The Difference Between Management and Leadership (Harvard Business Review)

Business group meetingHow can managers tell if they are really leading the employees that report to them? If people outside of your direct control come to you for advice, that’s one good sign you’re perceived as a leader, says Harvard Business Review. The article presents three distinctions that set leaders apart from mere managers: promoting each employee’s individual value, creating positive influence and motivating a team to accomplish goals.

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