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Are you A Manager or A Leader?




In today’s dynamic workplace, organizations need inspirational leadership and active management for optimal effectiveness. We need leaders to challenge the status quo, to inspire and to motivate. But moreover, we also require managers to assist in developing and maintaining a smoothly functioning workplace.


Still, they should also have strong leadership skills to maintain a positive work environment as well. Organizations provide their managers with legitimate authority to lead, but there is no assurance that they will lead. Managers are the de facto leader in their organization, but their mindset and qualities prevent managers from becoming leaders.


To successfully navigate all the disruptions in today's fiercely competitive world, we need a new generation of purpose-driven leader who can inspire people to believe that the impossible is possible, to believe that they can achieve the unimaginable. We need leaders to stand up for their employees, to lead by example, and to create an environment; their employees will love to come too.


For a copy of my Amazon bestseller in Women & Business and Women's Spirituality, The Inspirational Leader, Inspire Your Team To Believe In The Impossible, you can follow the link below.



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Gifford Thomas
Gifford Thomas
Jun 25, 2020

Great share Alex, love every word.

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Alex munoz
Alex munoz
Jun 25, 2020

I've had the honor and privilege to be placed in the presence of incredible leaders throughout my career. Learning what to do was equally important as learning what not to do is. While climbing the ranks of my profession and developing skills on how to be a leader, one of the most impactful quotes a former U.S. Marine Corps Colonel told me was, "A manager does things right. A leader does the right thing." Knowing the difference between a leader and a manager is one of the first steps to becoming a great leader.

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