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A manager can be appointed. Leadership must be earned, even after appointment to a managerial position. Leadership is not a position on an organization, but an active, influencing force. Leadership is not based on a position or status, but on authority and prestige. Leadership may come from personal enthusiasm, personal authority, credibility, knowledge, skill or charisma (Darling, 1992).
Managers have to be excellent at addresing the needs and goals of individual employees. There is no one motivational approach that works for everyone. As it moivation theory suggest, individuals differ in their desired rewards, how they attempt to satisfy their needs, and how they view the fairness of what managers attempt to do for them and the work enviroment . each person is attracted to some set of goals. To predict behavior with any accucary, a manager must know something about an employee’s goals and about the actions that the employee has to take to achieve them (Gibson et al, 2006).
There are managerial positions and managerial work conducted in the positions, while leadership is not tied with a position, but it is a behavorial phenomenom that makes people and organizationfunction better. Without that latter, a waste and even a blockade of human resources in organizations take place leadership involves assertiveness that does not necessarily benefit the leader, but takes personal risks, commitment, and responsibility for difficult situations amidst conflicts, risks, and ambiguities. Leadership may be for better or for worse (Conger and Kanungo,1988). Becoming a better leader begins with efforts to know oneself. Each manager has diverse values, needs, goals, ethics, strengths, and weakness. These determines how he or she will use the arts of management and leadership. An…...

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