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Are the skills and techniques used by leaders of organizations the same as those used by direct leaders or supervisors?  
Many of the skills and techniques used by both types of leaders are the same. However, senior leaders in organizations tend to be strategic thinkers who are responsible for things like creating the organization’s vision. They look more at the big picture, whereas direct leaders tend to focus more at the tasks at hand as well as the near-term future associated with their area of responsibility. Leaders, whether they are direct or strategic leaders, need to select the leadership tools that are appropriate for the position and the specific situation. Learn more about effective leadership from the resources listed.
Keywords: Leadership, Organizational management, Techniques

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U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Field Manual 22-100 Publication

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