The hallmarks of senior leaders is not high scores in outgoingness or charisma, and leaders' level of dependability and conscientiousness is not different from that of others. Instead, it's the willingness to take action, bring others along, and remain open to new opportunities and better ways of doing things that make effective leaders.
Are all managers good leaders and teachers? This question brings us to the concept of corporate leadership that highlights the role of effective leadership in the growth and success of an organization. Managers need to possess leadership skills like planning, organizing, delegating and effective communication. Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right thing. But when the line between the two blurs, managers become excellent leaders and leaders become effective managers.