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A list of issues of global concern is provided above. With a focus on Asia, select five items you deem as the most pressing issues from the list for your discussion. Research on the issues selected and discuss why they are pressing or significant (within the context of Asia). Note that your views could be in the positive light because of the opportunities created or could be negative because of the challenges posed. For instance, migration could have led to increased availability of labor for economic growth (positive) or could have led to increased population and limited resources (negative). In your discussion, also indicate or note how each issue discussed has spurred or could spur a change in any one of the four themes of this class in Asia or any part of the continent. Also briefly explain the present and likely future impact/status/perception of each issue discussed (See example below).
Please follow this below:
Start by clearly telling us the global issue you are discussing (place it and the number as a sub heading or include in bold letter in your opening sentence for each issue). Then do the following:
(1) Discuss the significance or why the issue is of interest/pressing in the continent.
(2) Clearly discuss the relevant course theme, i.e. how the issue discussed has or could spur a change in ONE theme of this course. Discuss the most relevant theme to the issue and use the exact theme words (do not manufacture yours or a variation of the theme).
(3) Clearly discuss the present and future impact/status/perception of the issue discussed (see assignment for instructions and example).
Other than the personal power, which calls for respect from the seniors, there is also the power of authority. This power is mostly directed to the subordinates in the office. It can be subdivided into: Line authority. This is the authorityover subordinates inmy chain ofcommand. However this authority corresponds directly to the place within my chain of command and does not exist outside my chain of command i.e this power cannot be exercised beyond my department Staff authority. This is the rightof staff to counsel, advice, or make recommendations to line personnel, and as a member of staff, I feel this is one of the powers that I possess. This type of authority though doesn’t give me the right to give line personnel orders that affect the mission of the line organization The managers, possess the power of authority and position power over their subordinates of which am one. Position power and authority have been interchangeably used in the present times based on Etizioni’s findings. This is by applying various tactics, some of which are: Authority to sanction, i.e. any permission or approval that makes any course of action valid is under them. Therefore any intention to misuse their power and an important idea seeking their approval results to waste. This influential principle dictates what and when.a choice is to be made. Michener and Burt (1975) examined factors responsible for leadership success in eliciting compliance. They reported that compliance was greater when leaders explained that their demands as good for the group, had power to punish persons who did not comply to the leaders’ commands, and had a legitimate right to make demands on subordinates. Another study (Gamson, 1968) suggested that leaders would shift toward coercion of subordinates if they perceived that they lacked subordinates’ approval but did have the legitimate authority for asking for compliance Authority to Reward i. e having the final say in matters pertaining to promotions, working is directed towards trying to appease the seniors, with a notion of hard work recognition that will lead to a promotion. This results to award of promotions without merit considerations. Persuasiveness contributes positively to powerfulness of managers while appeasement and doing favors to superiors contributes negatively to the same. Powerful managers perceive their subordinates’ behavior relatively more positively. Enforcing discipline, pressure for compliance, persuasiveness and authority to reward emerge then as important influence strategies to arrest dysfunctional employee behaviors. Exchange of favors on the other hand seems to be ineffective influence strategy as it helps in thriving dysfunctional employee behavior. Knowledge (granted or withheld, shared or kept secret) Knowledge can be expressed as expertise and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject or what is known in a particular field or in total; facts and information>GET ANSWER