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Leadership vs. Management Matrix
LDR/711A Version 10
Copyright © 2018 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.
University of Phoenix Course Material
Leadership vs. Management Matrix
Danielle Ita Worley
University of Phoenix

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Leadership vs. Management Matrix
LDR/711A Version 8
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Leadership vs. Management Matrix
Management
Leadership
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Management involves a focus on the organization, policy
development and compliance, implementation of systems, and
incremental focused improvements (Hallinger & Chen, 2014).
A good leader is supposed to fortify and support a productive
environment of their followers. Management leaders support
and nurture employees who think independently while good
employees ask questions, ponder tasks and decide the best way
to accomplish their tasks. Tests and questions are posed to
employees so that they deepen critical thinking skills and
innovative approaches to organizational goals (Hallinger &
Chen, 2014).
The University of Phoenix (2014) asserted that managers are
competent to the business model, making and executing plans
and decisions.
Authentic leadership involves the positive moral development
of the leaders and in the authenticity in followers through an
approach that relies on building the leader’s legitimacy
through honest relationships with followers which value their
input and are built on an ethical foundation (Hoch, Bommer,
Dulebohn, & Dongyuan, 2018).
Transformational leadership is a model developed by Burns, a
researcher who stated that transformational leadership
occurred when associates in an organization could connect
with each other in their task (Goertzen, 2014).

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Leadership vs. Management Matrix LDR/711A Version 10 University of Phoenix Course Material Leadership vs. Management Matrix Danielle Ita Worley University of Phoenix Copyright © 2018 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Leadership vs. Management Matrix Management Leadership Management involves a focus on the organization, policy Authentic leadership involves the positive moral development development and compliance, implementation of systems, and of the leaders and in the authenticity in followers through an incremental focused improvements (Hallinger & Chen, 2014). approach that relies on building the leader’s legitimacy A good leader is supposed to fortify and support a productive through honest relationships with followers which value their environment of their followers. Management leaders support input and are built on an ethical foundation (Hoch, Bommer, and nurture employees who think independently while good Dulebohn, & Dongyuan, 2018). employees ask questions, ponder tasks and decide the best way Transformational leadership is a model developed by Burns, a to accomplish their tasks. Tests and questions are posed to researcher who stated that transformational leadership employees so that they deepen critical thinking skills and occurred when associates in an organization could connect innovative approaches to organizational goals (Hallinger & with each other in their task (Goertzen, 2014). Actions Chen, 2014). The University o ...
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