The difference between leadership and management is based on a variety of factors: organization and execution vs. generation and direction. Although both are necessary to achieve results, management and leadership have specific skills to set each apart. This set of cards and activities is designed to allow participants to learn to distinguish their personal differences when managing or leading. Contributed by Steve Sphar.
- To demonstrate ways in which leadership differs from management
- To allow participants to learn from distinguishing characteristics of leadership from their own experience
- To allow participants to learn about leadership from one another
Group Size: Any size group in subgroups of 5 to 7
Time Required: Approximately 1 hour
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