posted by Arika on .
Consider your immediate peer group at work. How would you describe authority as it exists and is exercised in this group? What causes it to be exercised this way? How can the study of psychology improve group “dynamics”?
Since I have no way of knowing about YOUR peer group and authority, only YOU can answer these questions.
You need to search your psychology text or the Internet under "types of leadership/authority" and "group dymanics." Then apply these principles to YOUR situation.
Here are some articles that might be helpful:
I hope this helps. Thnaks for asking.