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Moravian College to host program on management
and leadership

(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)-- The Moravian College Accounting Club and Economics and Business Club will play host to a program titled "Management vs. Leadership: The Synergy of two Concepts" presented by Bethlehem Steel's Don Robertson and Donna Gross on October 18, at 6:30 p.m. in the Synder Room, Haupert Union Building. Robertson is the director of organizational leadership, and Gross is the senior consultant of leadership development at Bethlehem Steel. The program is free and open to the public.

Their program will attempt to address the difference between the ideas of "management" and "leadership." Robertson and Gross will offer answers to the distinctions of each in a group setting and discussion. There are many values between "management" and "leadership" and the pair hopes to clarify each of these as well in their program.

During the program, Robertson and Gross will introduce the concept of "control" as a tool in the workforce. The traditional methods of using control are to be discussed first and then newer methods such as using influencing skills instead of control will be introduced. Robertson and Gross will use video examples to demonstrate how control adds value and how it can be used as a detriment.

For more information, call 610-861-1491 or visit www.moravian.edu.