“My way or the highway”.
This phrase was made famous by political leaders and the military. It is also heard by a lot of employees who work with autocratic leaders who in turn use it for forcing the employees to obey for rules and regulations.
With the revolutions and progressive ideas that have appeared lately, we still find a blind submission to authority inside many institutions. This application of authoritarianism administrative is found in the government departments more than the civil institutions. Thus, if you compare a person who works in any company and a person who works for the government like the military, you will find that there is a numerous difference between their personalities. People who work with governments intend to be autocratic more than the normal people.
This issue had mentioned in the journal of Harvard University. Where the writer had talked about the autocratic or authoritarian leaders who use many of authorization means on their employees, and thus how this treatment may affect the relations between the employees and subordinates. Abuse, arbitrary, threats, discord, etc. are some of the regimes used by the tyrants to make others respect him and obey his orders, especially inexperienced staff. He depends only on his opinion even in small decisions. People who want to complete by their own won’t accept a treatment that will demoralize their creativity. So, they prefer to be on the highway rather than accepting to be a slave for anyone.
The question is why we have to move toward the authoritarian regimes while we can use democracy to achieve what we want? Many people consider that being authoritarian leader has good aspects because it will make him stronger and he will not face problems of having employees not listen to him. Whereas some of the studies have approved that being a democracy with your employees will bring you more successful and comfortable relations.
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The learners ability to use nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc. correctly in sentences, using verb tenses accurately, and having the correct agreement between subjects and predicates. For instance, one would say "they were" instead of "they was."
There are 3-4 grammatical errors
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There are 5 or more grammatical errors
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There are 3-4 errors in capitalization and punctuation.
There are 0-2 errors in capitalization and punctuation.
There are 5 or more errors in capitalization and punctuation.
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There are 3-4 spelling errors
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Mostly understandable. However, there are a few errors which cause confusion.
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