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The Differences between a Manager and a Leader

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If a student is looking to find the differences between someone that manages a group of people or someone that leads a group of people, this solution details the different aspects of each and how to distinguish one from another.

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This 6 paragraph essay discusses the differences between managing employees and leading employees. This essay also helps students to distinguish between managers and leaders in a company.

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There are significant differences between individuals that manage a group of employees and individuals that lead a group of employees.

Managers are usually controlling, demanding, harsh, interested in the bottom line more than the group of employees, usually a "task-assignor", gives limited or only negative feedback, has vague goals and unclear expectations, and ...

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