Discuss how a relational leader would (1) acknowledge the diverse talents of employees, (2) trust the process to bring good thinking to the socially responsible changes that all agree are worthy goals, and (3) empower employees.

 

1.Relational leadership can be defined as accomplishing a goal or creating a change via the people in the organization. The goal and/or change is seen as beneficial for the common good. This thought values ethical behavior and inclusivity. Discuss how a relational leader would (1) acknowledge the diverse talents of employees, (2) trust the process to bring good thinking to the socially responsible changes that all agree are worthy goals, and (3) empower employees. Your answer should be three paragraphs in length

 

2.How does understanding a model of relational power help a manager? In two paragraphs, describe how a manager may use different power bases/sources to lead his/her employees?