what is the difference between being a manager and being a leader?
Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your ideas, analysis, and comments supported with application of course learning materials. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
Review the UWEAR and PALEDENIM scenario found here.
You will first meet with the CEOs of each organization, Theresa Tramlin and Mike Miller, to help them understand their important leadership roles for the success of the merger.
The merger is a significant change for both organizations; there is growing anxiety and uncertainty among the employees of both organizations. The goal is to complete the merger in a way that maintains employee performance and allegiance to the merged organization. Both CEOs were promoted from managerial positions, so one of your tasks is to help them understand how to distinguish the two roles.
Please discuss the following with your classmates:
- In your opinion, what is the difference between being a manager and being a leader?
- Read research findings by Kabacoff (1998) that, although men and women are perceived as equally effective in leading, women tend to focus more on production, attaining results, and people, while men tend to focus on strategic planning, organization vision, and business tasks.
- Considering this, in your opinion, which leadership theory or style will be effective when leading the merger and why?
Kabacoff, R. I. (1998). Gender differences in organizational leadership. Portland, ME: Management Research Group. Retrieved from https://proxy.cecybrary.com/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/446780574/abstract?source=fedsrch&accountid=144789