How a businessperson could be an effective leader yet an ineffective manage or an effective manager yet an ineffective leader.

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As stated in the chapter an effective leader requires a balance of their knowledge of how to lead as well as manage a group of employees. Leader must have acquire combinations of planning, organizing, and controlling tools. A leaders can be influenced and motivated within the group, but yet if the a leader is not able to aid and establish a well running work place through the organization the leaders would not be able to lead a team properly. When the six types of power such as legitimate, reward, coercive, expert, referent and subordinate by the leader to the employees and does not divide the power with the employees so they can be partners in decision making, this constitute the leader as ineffective among their team members. The thing that leaders are burdened with is the vision, change, motivation, persuasion, creativity, and influence, but if they able to put the vision with a plan, and make a conversion at an applicable time, motivate and influence the right personnel with a complete and practical plan their leadership will become ineffective.

Lack of management tools can cause a leader to fail in bringing out the concept out in the open. Leaders are likely to loss important items and forecast decisions that can affect a business plan. Failing to chain the right employees can compose a waste of resources. Nevertheless when a manager is effective but an ineffective leader it is because the leader has a lack of valuing the power of influence, motivation, accept other opinions, which are the six types of power. When a manager is extremely technical, controlling and endlessly planning and organizing it creates an atmosphere of doubtfulness. This can also cause dependence among the employees and confine their developmental skills. Sometimes managers tend to become autocratic...