Experiential Leadership Exercise #1: Carefully respond to the following questions: 1. Is leadership

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Experiential Leadership Exercise #1: Carefully respond to the following questions: 1. Is leadership different from management? 2. Have you ever experienced an individual with effective leadership skills but ineffective management skills? 3. What personal capacities should a person develop to be a good leader versus those developed to be a good manager? 4. Why do you think there are so few people who succeed at both management and leadership? Is it reasonable to believe someone can be good at both? Please make sure you fully support your responses to the exercise.

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Experiential Leadership Exercise #1: Carefully respond to the following questions: 1. Is leadership different from management? 2. Have you ever experienced an individual with effective leadership skills but ineffective management skills? 3. What personal capacities should a person develop to be a good leader versus those developed to be a good manager? 4. Why do you think there are so few people who succeed at both management and leadership? Is it reasonable to believe someone can be good at both? Please make sure you fully support your responses to the exercise.Leadership ManagementInstitutional AffiliationDatesoution1.There is an overlap between leadership and management and in most cases it is likely the two terms will be used interchangeably. However, the two are quite different in definition and orientation despite their interacting nature. This is given credence by the words of Gary Yukl (2012), "it is obvious that a person can be a leader without being a manager and a person can be a manager without leading" (p. 6). Though defined differently, the two concepts should exist in a successful person who is in charge of an institution as they co-exist. 2.I have seen cases where an individual has very impressive leadership skills but happens to be very ineffective in terms of management. The individual has all the right ingredients of leadership but lacks the adaptive and flexibility that is required of a great manager. He has helped to

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