Leadership and Ethics for Managers (MGT615 -1507 -HGFSN)MAIN

In 1996 study of global food and beverage company

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good example. In 1996 study of global food and beverage company, McClelland found that when senior managers had a critical mass of emotional intelligence capabilities, their visions outperformed yearly earnings goals by 20%. Meanwhile, division leaders without that critical mass unperformed by same amount” How are leading and managing different? The leaders and the managers will need to share knowledge and experience in order to improve company's performance.
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COMMON ASSESSMENT PROJECT Ada As we know, a leader is person who influence the other people to achieve their goals. On the other hand, managers are people who make a use of accomplishing things professionally. Leaders and managers tend to work together like a glove and hand. They are not the same things, but they complement each other and can be linked together to achieve a common goal. The leaders focus his work strategically in order to understand how should he work; for example: In a 2010 study of CEOs conducted by IBM, 60 percent of respondents listed creativity as the most important quality of a CEO, followed by integrity and global thinking. While integrity is a staple for the building of trust in business relationships, creativity and global thinking are seldom requirements for a managerial role. Manager on the other hand, in order to work good, they need to be trained first. For instance, before a manager start working in a manufacturing area, he will need to know first what are the articles the company produce, how they produces and distribute them. He will need to make plan and control everything so that he will know the best way to organize and optimize his work. To improve the client satisfaction managers and leaders will need to avoid their differences; for instance: A good leader innovate while a manager administer, a manager is a copy while a leader is original, a leader develop; however, a manager maintain. Manager tend to plan organize and coordinate while leaders tend to inspire and motivate others. Both roles are vital part of an organization, so they will need to avoid differences and work together for certain times to improve the company's productivity their belong.
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COMMON ASSESSMENT PROJECT Ada Is the CEO trying to lead or manage this change initiative?
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