Boss or Leader?
Which one are you?

The boss drives his/her people; the leader coaches them.
The boss depends on authority; the leader on goodwill.
The boss inspires fear; the leader inspires enthusiasm.
The boss says "I"; the leader ways "We".
The boss says, "Get here on time"; the leader gets there ahead of time.
The boss fixes blame for the breakdown; the leader fixes the breakdown.
The boss knows how it's done; the leader shows how.
The boss says, "Go"; the leader says, "Let's Go".
The boss uses people; the leader develops them.
The boss sees today; the leader also looks at tomorrow.
The boss commands; the leader asks.
The boss never has enough time; the leader makes time for things that count.
The boss is concerned with things; the leader is concerned with people.
The boss lets people know there he/she stands;
the leader lets his/her people know where they stand.
The boss works hard to produce;
the leader works hard to help his/her people produce.
The boss takes the credit; the leader gives it.