A manager has to reach goals through others, by planning, organizing, controlling and adapting resources.
A leader, however, must go much further and create a vision, stimulate change, inspire others to reach and even exceed their potential performance. So while managers must have skills to perform the task -technology, knowledge, experience etc- leaders must possess skills to motivate and inspire people.
With the Myers Briggs Type Indicator directors and managers look at themselves to identify their own natural leadership style and learn how to develop individually to become the leaders the organization needs.
It’s a custom made approach to leadeship development.