The two words that best translate the difference between management and leadership are complexity and change. A manager is somebody who deals with managing the administrative complexity, while a leader creates and generates new things or changes to existing things.
Indeed, the leader must be able to captivate his people and to motivate them to actually implement ideas. However, the worst thing that could happen is that the people develop a dependence on him and thus advance their inability to build their own capabilities. One of the basic roles of a leader is to support but not overtake the game, so that it can continue after his departure.
Dan LUCA / Brussels