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By Default

Much has been written about the differences between, and similarities across, management and leadership. But unsurprisingly, most managers equate the word “manager” with the word “leader” by default. After all, they’ve been appointed by other “leaders“. Thus, by (their) definition, managers are leaders.

On the other hand, most raw employees equate the word “manager” with “manager” by default.  Err, on second thought, since (as usual) he has no supporting “data“, this BD00 post is prolly full of BS00:

Our old arrogant, egotistical nature (continuously) seeks out sustaining agreement with itself and its distorted opinions. – William Samuel

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  1. May 18, 2013 at 2:54 am

    Hierarchy is like a tree full of monkeys.

    The ones above look down and see monkeys, the ones below look up and see arseholes.

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