Read the following observation:

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Read the following observation:All leaders need some degree of power to be effective, but more power is not always better.

Provide your thoughts on the observation above. Do you agree or disagree with what is being said? Why? Provide examples to help support your position.

Oct 3rd, 2015

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:All leaders need some degree of power to be effective, but more power is not always better

I agree with the above statement.


The degree of power that a leader requires is determined by the goals that she/he must achieve. For example, the leader of a country requires different powers than the leader of a church. Power is the possession of control, authority, and/or influence over others. This power is used to achieve a goal. Some leaders, such as presidents, have all or parts of the three, while others have only one.

Power does not corrupt. Corruption is the degree that someone's action has veered from a moral value that a society or community has set. Although the amount of their action is controlled by the type of power they have, it is their inner-self that drives the action.

When power is not controlled ( to the degree of excessive powers) especially with leaders  they tend to become rude,harsh and dictators an example is the then President of Uganda, Field mashal Amin Dada who became a President and a dictator after overthrowing Obote's government in Uganda .He gave himself the highest ranks of the military.


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