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Sustainable Leadership Power

1. Explained who gets to define the leaders in the group.

2. Explained the usage of power in terms of task completion and resource allocation.

3. Analyzed and examined how people in an authoritative position use their power and whether it is ethical.

4. Explained the impact of authoritative power on team members.

5. Analyzed how the team defines power and what is easily accepted by the team.

6. Defined the influential powers you possess within your team.

7. Examined and explained the extent to which you exert your power.

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Sustainable Leadership Power

Leadership Definition:

Leaders are defined through the act of thinking about great leaders. The individual who has the capability of socially influencing other individuals through the employment of other wider varieties of tactics of influence is considered as a leader within a group. The power that a leader holds can always be measured by the tactics used and the attitudes of the followers available within the identified group in question (Hughes & Ginnet, 2009).

Power, Task Completion and Resource Allocation:

Within a sustainable leadership, power can be employed within the context of resource allocation and task completion. When an individual a substantial amount of power compared to the other individuals, allocating resources is considered as an easy task to carry out since he or she will simply identify the area where the resources are to be allocated and to allocate it at his or her own free will. Task completion is also considered a task which could be carried out in cases where an individual has an exorbitant amount of power since it will involve the act of using ...

Solution Summary

Sustainable leadership power is examined. The expert explains the usage of power in terms of task completion and resource allocation.