75% of managers aren't born great. They need to learn the skills to lead others. Management is WHAT gets done, the easy part: planning, prioritising, getting functions completed through others, and meeting operational & performance objectives.
Leadership is HOW managers need to BE to lead people. This is the hard stuff.
Management is mostly about things: budgets, project plans, resource allocation, systems and processes.
Leadership is about people. Employees & customers. We know that how leaders behave directly impacts the culture of the organisation in which they work. When a company focuses on developing managers to lead, the employees they lead perform better. Why? Because they want to. They feel valued, heard and appreciated.