1. The distinction between "leadership" and "management".
2. Are "leaders" born or developed?
3. Are "managers" born or developed?
The two words leadership and management have always been confused and used interchangeable. To be sure, many researchers conforms or looks at management as precisely concerned with utilization of resources and keeping track of the progress of any organization that one is in. On the other hand, leadership concerns itself with how one can influence or rather impact the behavior of those who surrounds him or her. This in turn can result into a good outlook per work or quality performance improved as a result. Critical to this paper will be to unearth and critically discuss the existing differences among leadership and management. The later part of the paper will also be interrogating the notion of whether leaders and managers are made or developed.