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Leadership and Management - Compare and Contrast

The four functions of Management are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The three traditional roles of Management are interpersonal, informational, and decisional. While Management focuses on efficient use of resources, Leadership focuses on the organizations direction and purpose. In analyzing the connections between Management and Leadership, how does management compare and contrast to leadership
•What are some management and leadership styles?
•What are the role, process, and types of budgeting?
•How can the impact of personal leadership style be assessed in regards to organizational vision and environment of educational organizations?

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The four functions of Management are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The three traditional roles of Management are interpersonal, informational, and decisional. While Management focuses on efficient use of resources, Leadership focuses on the organizations direction and purpose. In analyzing the connections between Management and Leadership, how does management compare and contrast to leadership

•What are some management and leadership styles?
Visionary, coaching, democratic, and affiliative are several types of leadership styles. Visionary is used when the organization is attempting to head in a new direction, coaching is used when the organization needs to develop its workers, democratic is used when the organization ...

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Leadership and Management

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