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MM6015 BusinessLeadership

Managers and Leaders


Are They Different?
GROUP 7 Executive 46 29111311 Haidir Afesina 29111337 Chindia Ferdinansari 29112132 Rohimat Effendi

+ THE IDEAS
Business leaders have much more in common with ARTIST, SCIENTIST AND ANY OTHER CREATIVE THINKERS that they do with manager

To stimulate the CHANGE that the organization require Abraham Zaleznik Manager Building competence, control, and balance of power
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Leader Inspiration, vision and human passion

solid organizational framework

NEED

entrepreneurial culture

TRAIN GOOD MANAGERS and DEVELOP LEADERS at the same time.

+ THE PRACTICE
MANAGERS Attitudes toward Goals Take an impersonal, passive outlook Goals arise out of necessities, not desires LEADERS Take a personal, active outlook Set direction and influence others what's desirable and possible.

Conceptions of work

Negotiate and coerce. Balancing opposing views Compromises & limit choices Avoid risk

Fresh approaches to problems Increase options & ideas Seek risk

+ THE PRACTICES
MANAGERS Relation with others Prefer working with people, but lack of empathy Process oriented Bureaucracy and political intrigue Sense of self Comes from perpetuating and strengthening existing institutions Feel part of the organization LEADERS Attracted to ideas, empathy Focus on substance of events and decision Emotionally rich, sincere

Comes from struggles relationship Feel separate from organization

+ Perspectives
Manager Result oriented Delegates Responsibility Show how to do Doing things right Maintains Possitional power Administers Imitates Tells Systematic Says : Go I Something must be done Source : various article Leader Vision orientation Delegates Authority Show what to do Doing the right things Develops Personal power Innovates Originates Asks Charismatic Says : Lets Go We I must do somenthing

+ How to develop leaders?


Reduced focus on logic and strategic exercises build environment of creativity and imagination

1. Avoid overreliance on peer-learning on situations e.g. task forces Stifle the aggressiveness & initiative 2. One to one relationship i.e. mentors and apprentices Encourage intense emotional interchange tolerance of competitive impulses eagerness to challenge ideas

+ Conclusions

be a LEADER see the CHANGE