Yup, as a manager you might be in charge, but this field is not about controlling those around you, or to grin at the top of your tall horse. To be a good manager, you need to be a good leader, and you achieve that when you lead by example. You want people to listen to you out of respect and admiration, not fear.
Some people are born with the natural ability to lead. You might imagine leading a community, business or sports team to foster a better culture. Maybe you want to learn management skills so that you can achieve great things in your life and in the lives around you, and to improve the way things are done. To thrive in a management position, you need to have excellent communication, some knowledge of social science, as well as have a knack for problem solving.