Leadership and Management

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Introduction
Leaders and managers are not the same thing - leaders have extra qualities. Leaders need to be good at motivation and managing style. There are different management styles, too: autocratic,…
Case Study: Leadership and Management in Action
Stephen Maynard, boss of manufacturing company Blakeway, has been good at buying up failing companies and turning them round - but what kind of a manager is he? Is he…
Managers in Action: Centor insurance company
Managers in Action: Centor insurance company
Managers in Action: General Mills UK
Managers in Action: General Mills UK

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