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GE347: Week 5 Using Power Analysis 5.1 Use of Power in Groups 1 In this assessment, you will submit a Word document, analyzing how power is used and how leadership is developed in peer groups. The purpose of this analysis is to give you an opportunity to explore and reflect on your level of personal power and leadership skills. A summary of the process by which group members mobilize their power to accomplish their goals consists of five steps outlined below: Step 1: Determine your goals. This step involves clarifying your personal goals. Goals are desired future states based on wants, needs, and interests. To plan to attain your goals you must be aware of them, accept them as valuable and worthwhile, and be willing to enlist the aid of other group members to accomplish them. Step 2: Determine your relevant resources. This step involves contributing your resources to achieving the group’s goals and your personal goals. Step 3: Determine your needed coalitions. This step involves assessing what coalitions you need to secure the
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