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A good management leads to the improvement of a business. It is the act of controlling or making decisions about the business. Likewise, bad management causes the business or the organization to suffer. It might need a management training program.
On the other hand, Leadership, the power or ability to lead other people. The person or a group of persons in charge of a business or an organization.
Do the two acts go on parallel lines? Which is better, to be a leader or a manager? Is the leader a manager? Or is it the other way round?
Thanks for your kind views in advance.
Bahut shukriya Mishaikh janab! Thanks for your second comment on that discussion, Management and Leadership.
I think, yes, they are going on parallel lines... Although it is two different jobs. I mean that good manager can be bad leader and vice versa. I know both kinds of people: Good managers who are good leaders and good leaders who are good managers. And also there are 3 main categories of managers, which are separating to subkinds. So, one person can be good human resources manager but bad marketing manager.
Dyakuyu Roman! I really appreciate your nice comment about that discussion, Management, and Leadership. Good leaders can be good managers too, as you mentioned. As the beautiful, Evangelina mentioned, there is no room for weak managers or leaders. You have to be very strong and firm in your decisions. I also agree with you that a manager in some field is better than another field. Sorry, Roman for my late reply. Thanks for your nice comment.
No problem, Dara Gino:) Yes, Evangelina's comment is good!
Znavo dyakuyu Roman! Thanks for your comment.
Terima kasih banyak, Andy! Thanks Andy for pressing the like button of that discussion.
Wow! White Knight, mujhai is istalah charisam pasand hain. I really like that term "charismatic" You know how to choose nice and exact words for your comments, my dear good friend. That what makes White Knight unique on My English Club. Keep that up. Thanks you.