Some people in the company I now work for interchange the terms 'management' and 'leadership' seemingly at will. In the ensuing debate, some accept that there is a difference; others fail to see the point. To me, management is about making things happen, and leadership is about setting direction. Also, I see another difference: in my old military environment leadership was expected from the senior person present in any situation, whereas in civvy street there is more scope for a natural leader to take the lead (albeit with the consent of the senior person present). In today's environment, what do you see as the differences between management and leadership?