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“hand on” leadership and management. To the franchisee must have a passion and work hard in building both the dreams. Moreover, she states the importance that faith and prayer Dr. Mordi own success story, saying, “Without prayer, I would have never been successful.” Dr. Satterlee defines in the area of leadership by saying, “management and leadership are not synonymous” (Satterlee, 2009, pg. 5). While a manger must deal with planning, controlling, and organizing, the act of leadership is a separate function of management and addresses coping with change. When employees have a high quality connection with their manager, they benefit. For example, support from their supervisor, mutual trust, consideration, effective communication and esteem. Moreover, they are more likely to accomplish more, be satisfied with their job, and help their business to thrive. As the value of the manager employee relationship increases, the outside office environmental needs of the employee are more prone to be satisfied; therefore, eliminating obstructions to employee job fulfillment. Moreover, as the
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Management and Leadership value of manager employee relationships amplify, the fundamental needs of employees are as well likely to be satisfied; therefore, add to the probability that employees will be content with their job (Stringer, 2006) . References Bjugstad Kent, Elizabeth C. Thach, Karen J. Thompson & Alan Morris, Sonoma State University. A Fresh Look at Followership: A Model for Matching Followership and Leadership Styles Mordi, Aderonke, Frachising world (2010). 15244 vol. 42, issue 6,. Strategies for Diversity Success: Faith, Passion Satterlee, Anita (2009) Organizational Management and Leadership: A Christian Perspective. Published by Synergistics Inc. Roanoke, VA 24024 Stringer, L. (2006). The Link Between the Quality of the Supervisor–Employee Relationship and the Level of the Employee's Job Satisfaction. Public Organization Review , 6 (2), 125-142 doi:10.1007/s11115-006-0005-0.
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