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The first step to becoming a great manager is to understand the significant difference between leadership and management. This is the goal of Kevin G. Armstrong’s new book, The Miracle Manager: Why True Leaders Rarely Make Great Managers, published with ForbesBooks. In it, Kevin presents years of data and experience through fascinating case studies of great leaders and coaches of the past. This is a book for progressive business owners and managers looking for a new approach to management, and the path to a healthier, more productive organizational culture.

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