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Leaders trust, develop the people around them, and think strategically.  Managers administer, rely on control, and focus on the nearer term. When renowned management professor John Kotter made these leader-manager distinctions in the Harvard Business Review over 20 years ago, he didn’t advocate for one side over the other. Instead, he called for balance, writing that “the real challenge is to combine strong leadership and strong management and use each to balance the other.”

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