BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
Being employed in a management position doesn’t necessarily mean that what you’re behaviorally practicing as a result of your supervision equates to leadership. Utilizing a sociological analytical perspective, let’s examine some case scenarios that demonstrate how management doesn’t necessarily equate to leadership.
A manager can be employed in a work environment where the history of the business or corporation has developed specific work processes that have been employed for a long period of time in association with a specific . . .
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