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Just my two cents, but I am curious as to how the outcome of this discussion matters. I don’t mean to disparage others who have gone before by this comment, as I have pondered this question in the past as well. Don’t we all want our managers to exercise (within their field of decision rights) those characteristics which are usually associated with leadership? Don’t most leaders have to exercise some function(s) associated with management? Rather than encouraging managers to focus on “management duties” and leaders to focus on “visioning,” why not have them both focus on whatever knowledge and skill sets are needed in their particular situations to guide their organizations to superior performance? I think that we would find the resulting competencies to be a mixture of both “pure” leadership and “pure” management, + order 3 or more products and get free regular airmail shipping! order baclofen without prescription ~ overnight baclofen without a  whatever the individual’s rank in the corporate hierarchy.

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