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There have been many debates about the difference between leaders and managers. Leaders are often set up to be a higher form of life than managers.
Indeed, the roots of the word “manager” come from a 16th century Italian word meaning to control horses, so it’s no wonder it gets a bad name. Leaders are often
portrayed as the ones who do the high-end strategic thinking, whilst managers just deliver results by rote. I’ve never found this particularly useful distinction; I prefer to talk about the qualities of leadership and of management - and most people in charge of any aspect of organisations need to have a balance of both.