11 Differences between a Project Manager and Project Leader

In our fast-changing world that creates unpredictable outcomes and greater uncertainty, Herminia Ibarra and Anne Soular argue that leaders must now become coaches, rather than command and control managers. The difference can create vastly different outcomes for your city, organization, or business.

National, State, Regional, City, and Town planning projects need project leaders for better decision-making, development of their teams, and to cultivate and execute creative ideas. Here are 11 differences between a common project manager vs. a project leader.

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