Leaders and managers are distinctive but complementary roles. One cannot function without the other in executive leadership.
When it comes to preparing yourself for high-level roles, the prevailing belief is that you should stop acting like a manager and be more of a leader.
Author and business professor, John Kotter suggests that – management and leadership are different but complementary skill sets. They need to work in tandem as you mature into an executive role.
(Source: What Leaders Really Do by John P. Kotter, December 2001 Harvard Business Review )
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