Friday, 16 September 2016

When Leaders Protect Their Power

To help their group achieve its goals, leaders are often endowed
with power. Power—operationally defined in terms of asymmetric
control over group resources—affords the capacity to influence
others by providing or withholding resources and administering
punishments some leaders display a tremendous taste for power and are more concerned with preserving their own power than with fos-tering their group’s goals (Maner & Mead, 2010 readmore

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