In my opinion the president should be allowed certain powers in order to run the country properly, he is also the leader of the country which grants him the right to have certain powers according to the constitution. With that being said our modern presidents have been given more power than they need and more than they know what to do with causing issues throughout the country and the world. Modern presidents have the power of total destruction, they have the power to manipulate, and their power affects everyone and is not formally given to them. Presidents today have the informal
Totalitarianism holds the authoritative power throughout the state while fascism beholds a great power to control any anti-regime activity. Examples of Totalitarianism: 1. Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union: From 1929 to 1953, Stalin ruled Soviet Union. After the Civil War ended, Stalin took over the country and started to rule by force. Initially Soviet Union was a nation of low level farmers but in his time period it became a powerful government of strong military and industrial strength.
If I were to compare autocratic leadership style with a type of government I will say it is like dictatorship. In dictatorship a ruler has the total power over his or her country and his or her word is final and in most cases is a law. People who have different opinion from a dictator are not listened to and in most cases are jailed or killed. Former president of Uganda Idi Amin used it in the 1970s. Currently countries such as North Korea and Cuba use autocratic leadership style to govern their countries.
Both figures would eventually rule by decree. Despite treading on different paths of ruling, both figures still find some commonalities. Two prominent differences would certainly come to mind when distinguishing Stalin from Hitler. The first notable difference lies in the fact that both men had reigned over different territories. Stalin was the dictator of the USSR whereas Hitler was the ‘Führer’, leader in other words, of Nazi Germany (McAleavy, 2002).
Similarly, system thinking “needs the discipline of building shared vision, mental models, team learning, and personal mastery to realize its potential”. (Senge, 1994). Systems thinking provide “a conceptual framework, a body of knowledge and tools that has been developed ……to make the full patterns clear, and to help us see how to change them effectively” (Senge, 1994) Four dimension of Learning Activities Four Dimension of learning activities model by Wei H.C. The learning activities in an organization introduced by Wei H.C. were divided into four dimensions. The four dimensions include Organization Learning, Organization Leadership, Organization Culture and Organization Structure.
WHAT IS DICTATOR? A dictatorship is a form of government or social situation considered by the total rule of one person or a very small group of people who hold all political supremacy without input from anyone else.. While a dictatorship is a kind of government in some countries, dictatorships are seen by non-dictatorships as dangerous and cruel because of the mode they tend to treat their citizens. Dictatorship indicates absolute power — one person who takes control — of a political situation. The noun comes from the late 14th century Latin word, dictare, which means to "repeat or say often."
He has access to unlimited powers, such as military, rules/laws and judges, similarly to a dictator. The leader has controll of all the separation of power. The statues of an autocrat is the same with a monarchy. In Autocracy, the leader is a little less wicked, whereas in dictatorships the leader is more vicious (most of the time). In autocracy, the leader has always been individual, from generation to generation, whereas in dictatorship, several leaders have been
INVESTIGATION Hitler officially became the undisputed leader of the party in 1933 after the law concerning the head of the state of the German Reich merged the positions of the president and the chancellor 1 . This, however, did not eradicate his reliance on subordinates to enact his “will”, and it is within this is where the notorious confusion in Nazi government lies, giving rise to the debate over the extent to which Hitler succeeded in creating a totalitarian government in that he exercised absolute control over all state institutions, subordinating all others to his authority2 .The historiography of this area is characterised by the debate between Intentionalists, who hold that the confusion within government was a tool of control used
Federal states and stateless territories. Absolute monarchy in other words absolutism is when a ruler or leader has ultimate authority to run a state and the ruler ruled by Devine right. Devine right was the claim that a king was given his position by some higher power. The authority of the monarchy included the following areas administration, taxes, justice and foreign policy. In an absolute monarchy decisions
Diversity changes and challenges established norms and helps to evolve people, principles, and organizations. Leadership, both its understanding and execution, is affected by workplace diversity for a variety of reasons. In this short reflection, the focus will be how relational leadership compares and contrasts with other ideas, evaluating the four-step framework, and the three primary cultures of leadership. Finally, I will evaluate my workplace in light of these comparisons. The article by Nakash and others highlights a four-step framework for building a more relational work environment and explains three non-relational workplace models.