Are You a Leader or a Manager?

Published in London School of Economics
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Connson proposes a new way of looking at the difference between leaders and managers.

She argues that effective leaders should be ‘ambidextrous’ and able to use leadership skills on the one hand and management skills on the other hand, switching between the two seamlessly as the situation requires.

This article also was also published on the Word Economic Forum website.

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