ENHANCEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE THROUGH LEADERSHIP POWER

Balakumaran Sadagopan

Abstract


Leadership is one of the personalities which a human will show interest in developing it. For being a good leader certain powers should be followed. This article will clearly picture the powers which are needed by the person for being an effective & efficient leader. There are five major powers which is utilized or used by the leaders, they are as follows:

  1. Reward Power
  2. Legitimate Power
  3. Expert Power
  4. Referent Power
  5. Coercive Power

To get the work done by others is leadership. It’s the leader responsibility to understand for using the powers depending upon the subordinates.


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