**Manager vs. Leader
Manager: a formal position for authority in an organization that is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, monitoring, and controlling the activities of others or project activities. May or may not be effective leaders. Focus on doing the things right. Essentially keeping the team on track. Focus on objectives, telling how and when, shorter range, organization and structure, autocracy, restraining, maintaining, conforming, imitating, administrating, controlling, procedures, consistency, risk avoidance, bottom line.
Leader: a person who by virtue of his/her personal attributes, can exert influence on others, ability to influence people toward the achievement of goals. May or may not be manager. Focus on doing the right things. Focus on vision, selling what and why, longer range, people, democracy, enabling, developing, challenging, originating, innovating, directing, policy, flexibility, risk opportunity, top line