Leader vs Manager: an obsolete concept?
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Date:
Monday, May 29th, 2017
Time:
1:00 PM KSA / 10:00 AM GMT
Speaker:
Costi Bifani

Description Profile You Will Learn

The differences between a Manager and a Leader have graced most of the Leadership seminars, workshops, essays, and books. They are a staple of managerial discussions. However, gradually over time, many traits that were leaders' own are now being taught to most managers as a requirement for good performance. So what has been the legacy of the Leadership concept to managers? And what still differentiate a Leader from a Manager nowadays?

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