4 Leadership Involvement

Change Leadership

Learning Objectives

The learning objectives of this chapter are:

  • The Differences between Leaders and Managers

  • Leadership Approaches and Styles

  • Leadership and Organizational Development

  • Motivation to Change

While leaders can manage their respective organizations, it is unreasonable to assume that all leaders can perform as change practitioners simply because they are in leadership positions. Being a leader does not necessarily make one an organizational development practitioner. However, a leader can learn to become a change practitioner. Before discussing the leader as a change manager, it is necessary to understand more about the role and expectations of a manager – leader. While ...

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