by Michael Holland
As a leader, you have authority over critical resources. What’s the basis of that authority? Generally, authority could be defined as: the power, the right, the clout to influence people and get them to do what you want and need them to. But in active leadership we can delineate that definition a bit further. Here are several types of authority that can be leveraged.
Legal – based on the ability to influence others based on your official authority and position.
Expert – based on . . .