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How do you detect a leader, dictator, incompetent person, and cult member?
Who is a leader?
What are the attributes, skills, attitudes and characteristics of a good leader?
What should you do before you recommend a person, an organization, or a resource to others?
What’s the difference between a leader and a manager?
What is the difference between leadeship and management?
Q; How do you detect a leader, dictator, incompetent person, and cult member?
A: A racist, dictator, or cult member won't reply to your questions.
A racist, dictator, or a cult member will have no regard for the rights of others, while his or her rights are being fulfilled.

A leader will have answer to these questions.
A leader will practice answers to these questions.

Who is a leader?
One that leads or guides.

Good character, good behavior, and competence are essential for a leader/executive.

What are the attributes, skills, attitudes and characteristics of a good leader?
What should you do before you recommend a person, an organization, or a resource to others?

Make sure he, she, they have correct answers to relevant questions.

What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?
What is economy?
What is budget?
How do you define state economy?
How do you define a state budget?
What are the essential ingredients of an economy?
What is the Essential Commodities Act?
What is the Essential Services Maintenance Act?
What are the rights of a civilized human being?
Who is a civilized human being?
Do you know about state planning and development?
What do you know about state planning and development?
Where is it displayed?
Do you understand english language?
What standard and reference of the English language do you follow?
Where is this standard and reference of the English language displayed?
What is your political affiliation?
Where did you go to high school?
Where did you go to college?
What subjects did you study?
How old are you?
What is your mailing address?
What are your assets?
What are the locations of his assets?
Did you have these assets in 1980?
What were your assets in 1980?
What are your assets in 2013?
How did you accumulate your assets after 1980?
What are the assets of his relatives and friends?
Where are they located?

A leader will manage the budget this way.
Take a look at this. Does your leader have these characteristics?

Does a leader need power?
How can a leader avoid being corrupted by the power?
Can an "excess" of leaders turn into a problem?
Can someone be a good leader, but not a good manager?
Is there any index of success for turning common managers into leaders?
What makes you an effective problem solver?
How do you motivate people?
How would you build a team?
Are you a better manager or leader?
Does every manager need to be a leader?
What's the difference between a Manager and an Executive?
What's the difference between a Manager and a Leader?
Who is your leader?
What skills, knowledge, qualities, and character should a good leader have?
Does your leader have these characteristics?
What is the difference between a leader, a dictator, an incompetent person, and a cult member?
Is your head of state a leader, dictator, incompetent person, or cult member?
Is there a difference between a leader, dictator, incompetent person, and cult member?

Integrity is the integration of outward actions and inner values. A person of integrity is the same on the outside and on the inside. Such an individual can be trusted because he or she never veers from inner values, even when it might be expeditious to do so. A leader must have the trust of followers and therefore must display integrity.

Honest dealings, predictable reactions, well-controlled emotions, and an absence of tantrums and harsh outbursts are all signs of integrity. A leader who is centered in integrity will be more approachable by followers.

Dedication means spending whatever time or energy is necessary to accomplish the task at hand. A leader inspires dedication by example, doing whatever it takes to complete the next step toward the vision. By setting an excellent example, leaders can show followers that there are no nine-to-five jobs on the team, only opportunities to achieve something great.

Magnanimity means giving credit where it is due.

Leaders with humility recognize that they are no better or worse than other members of the team. A humble leader is not self-effacing but rather tries to elevate everyone. Leaders with humility also understand that their status does not make them a god.

Openness means being able to listen to new ideas, even if they do not conform to the usual way of thinking. Good leaders are able to suspend judgment while listening to others' ideas, as well as accept new ways of doing things that someone else thought of. Openness builds mutual respect and trust between leaders and followers, and it also keeps the team well supplied with new ideas that can further its vision.

Creativity is the ability to think differently, to get outside of the box that constrains solutions. Creativity gives leaders the ability to see things that others have not seen and thus lead followers in new directions. The most important question that a leader can ask is, "What if … ?" Possibly the worst thing a leader can say is, "I know this is a dumb question ... "

Fairness means dealing with others consistently and justly. A leader must check all the facts and hear everyone out before passing judgment. He or she must avoid leaping to conclusions based on incomplete evidence. When people feel they that are being treated fairly, they reward a leader with loyalty and dedication.

Assertiveness is not the same as aggressiveness. Rather, it is the ability to clearly state what one expects so that there will be no misunderstandings. A leader must be assertive to get the desired results. Along with assertiveness comes the responsibility to clearly understand what followers expect from their leader.

A sense of humor is vital to relieve tension and boredom, as well as to defuse hostility. Effective leaders know how to use humor to energize followers. Humor is a form of power that provides some control over the work environment. And simply put, humor fosters good camaraderie.

Intrinsic traits such as good looks, height and so on are not necessary to become a leader. Anyone can cultivate the proper leadership traits.


What is manager?
What type of manager are you?
How good are your management skills?
How good are your project management skills?
What are the types of managers?
What types of managers are required in the state?
What types of managers are not required in the state?
Here are further guidelines.
What’s the difference between a leader and a manager?
What is the difference between leadeship and management?

Leadership and management must go hand in hand. They are not the same thing. But they are necessarily linked, and complementary. Any effort to separate the two is likely to cause more problems than it solves.

Still, much ink has been spent delineating the differences. The manager’s job is to plan, organize and coordinate. The leader’s job is to inspire and motivate. In his 1989 book “On Becoming a Leader,” Warren Bennis composed a list of the differences:

– The manager administers; the leader innovates.

– The manager is a copy; the leader is an original.

– The manager maintains; the leader develops.

– The manager focuses on systems and structure; the leader focuses on people.

– The manager relies on control; the leader inspires trust.

– The manager has a short-range view; the leader has a long-range perspective.

– The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why.

– The manager has his or her eye always on the bottom line; the leader’s eye is on the horizon.

– The manager imitates; the leader originates.

– The manager accepts the status quo; the leader challenges it.

– The manager is the classic good soldier; the leader is his or her own person.

– The manager does things right; the leader does the right thing.

Perhaps there was a time when the calling of the manager and that of the leader could be separated. A foreman in an industrial-era factory probably didn’t have to give much thought to what he was producing or to the people who were producing it. His or her job was to follow orders, organize the work, assign the right people to the necessary tasks, coordinate the results, and ensure the job got done as ordered. The focus was on efficiency.

But in the new economy, where value comes increasingly from the knowledge of people, and where workers are no longer undifferentiated cogs in an industrial machine, management and leadership are not easily separated. People look to their managers, not just to assign them a task, but to define for them a purpose. And managers must organize workers, not just to maximize efficiency, but to nurture skills, develop talent and inspire results.

The late management guru Peter Drucker was one of the first to recognize this truth, as he was to recognize so many other management truths. He identified the emergence of the “knowledge worker,” and the profound differences that would cause in the way business was organized.

With the rise of the knowledge worker, “one does not ‘manage’ people,” Mr. Drucker wrote. “The task is to lead people. And the goal is to make productive the specific strengths and knowledge of every individual.”

What is the difference between leadeship and management?

Leadership focuses on people, management focuses on things.

Leadership looks outward, management looks inward.

Leadership articulates a vision, management executes plans.

Leadership empowers, management controls.

Leadership creates the future, management improves the present.

Leadership trusts and develops, management directs and coordinates.

Leadership creates change, management manages change.

Leadership uses influence, management uses authority.

Leadership uses and deals with conflict, management avoids conflict. Leadership acts decisively, management acts responsibly.

Leadership is doing the right things, management is doing things right.




Essence Change Stability
Focus Leading people Managing work
Have Followers Subordinates
Horizon Long-term Short-term
Seeks Vision Objectives
Approach Sets direction  Plans detail
Decision Facilitates Makes
Power Personal charisma Formal authority
Appeal to Heart Head
Energy Passion Control
Culture Shapes Enacts
Dynamic Proactive Reactive
Persuasion (Persuasion) Tell
Style Transformational Transactional
Exchange ________ ________
Likes Striving Action
Wants Achievement Results
Risk Takes Minimizes
Rules Breaks Makes
Conflict ________ Avoids
Direction New roads Existing roads
Truth Seeks Establishes
Concern What is right Being right
Credit Gives Takes
Blame Takes Blames

Attributes of a leader:
1.Studies, and develops ideas and principles
3.Resourceful and looks for solutions to problems
4.Empathetic with a focus on people
5.Inspires trust among stakeholders
6.Understands the big picture
7.Superior listening skills
8.Challenges the state of affairs, and asks why and what can be improved
9.Looks for opportunities to develop strengths
10.Develops a following

Attributes of a manager:
2.Accepts the status quo
3.Pragmatic in accepting trends and events, but goes no further
4.Focus is on control, structure and systems
5.Has a linear perspective – only follows what’s at the end of her/his nose
6.Asks a limited set of questions – just how or when?
7.Acts like a chameleon or imitator of other managers 8.Perceives threats
9.Minimizes weaknesses
10.Manages subordinates but has few, if any, devotees

Leaders and Managers can be compared on the following basis:

Basis Manager Leader
Origin A person becomes a manager by virtue of his position. A person becomes a leader on basis of his personal qualities.
Formal Rights Manager has got formal rights in an organization because of his status. Rights are not available to a leader.
Followers The subordinates are the followers of managers. The group of employees whom the leaders leads are his followers.
Functions A manager performs all five functions of management. Leader influences people to work willingly for group objectives.
Necessity A manager is very essential to a concern. A leader is required to create cordial relation between person working in and for organization.
Stability It is more stable. ______________
Mutual Relationship All managers are leaders. All leaders are not managers.
Accountability Manager is accountable for self and subordinates behaviour and performance. __________
Concern A manager’s concern is organizational goals. A leader’s concern is group goals and member’s satisfaction.
Followers People follow manager by virtue of job description. People follow them on voluntary basis.
Role continuation A manager can continue in office till he performs _________ . _________.
Sanctions _________ _________

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