Organizational Management and Leadership In any organization the first step to actualizing change is to realize there is a very real difference between managing and leading. It is not uncommon to have a manager who is not a leader and a leader who struggles to manage. It is still a popular solution to organizational change to hire separately leaders and managers. Hiring managers and leaders separately creates a stagnant environment in the organization instead of embracing the desire for organizational change. There are leadership principles available that HRM can use to shift the operations of an organization. The first principle is to turn managers into leaders and to enhance the management of employees by leaders within the organization...The end:
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