A management role runs along the same line as babysitting. Basically, you are responsible for overseeing your coworkers' actions.
For a more specific answer, I'd have to know which kind of company it was for, as all are slightly different.
Are you asking about roles in the side of Magament Science?
If my memory is good it was something like that:
a) Role of Leader
b) Role of Manager
Leader is someone who can inspire people. Manager is specialized in managing the company. I hope that I did not make a mistake ;]
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