A 7th Source of Power: Participative Power




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Imane Nassir
Coach, Morocco

A 7th Source of Power: Participative Power

Achieve participative power by having:
- Common goals
- Clear vision
- Constant communication
- Everyone is involved
- Consensus (for important decisions).
 

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Jonnette Labrador
Philippines
 

Participative Power: Empowerment

Empowerment occurs when leaders communicate their vision, employees are given the opportunity to make the most of their talents and learning. It is in empowerment of employees that creativity and exploration are encouraged.

 
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Jaime Fernandez V.
Professor, Chile
 

Participative Management? Yes

Two XXIst century questions:
1. Is democracy only fit for politics or... Can modern organizations benefit from democratic & participative management? My feeling is... YES!
2. Is new knowledge development and modern knowledge management possible without participation? Is the "knowledge worker" able to grow in a traditional non-participative organization? My feeling is NO!

   

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