Length: 3â€“5 pages, not including title, abstract, and references pages.n this assignment, using literature of your choice on traditional models of leadership and literature from this unit on relational models of leadership, you will reflect on your propensities to take endogenic and exogenic perspectives within organizational life.By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:Analyze models of relational leadership.Evaluate leader behavior and practice in an inclusionary leadership model.Evaluate barriers and facilitators to inclusionary leadership practice.Apply inclusionary leadership theories and models to personal practice.Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.After completing the assigned course readings, reflect on your experiences of leaders whose actions were either authoritarian or inclusive. What were the differences in your feelings and in how you and your peers responded to these leaders? Use the Capella library to find research that supports your critical thinking on relational models of leadership.Complete the following:Describe the primary principles of relational theories. What common patterns or distinctions do you identify in the literature?Assess personal and group perspectives to resolve differing views in the workplace. Use a current or past work example.Describe personal barriers that prevent adoption of an exogenic perspective. Reflect on work experiences where you were at odds with others. What personal practices can you identify?Based on the literature you have read, consider what you can do to become more exogenic in the workplace.Your analysis should be written coherently to support a central idea, with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a business professional.REFERENCES: Read Uhl-Bien’s 2006 article, “Relational Leadership Theory: Exploring the Social Processes of Leadership and Organizing,” from The Leadership Quarterly, volume 17, issue 6, pages 654â€“676.Read Wood and Dibben’s 2015 article, “Leadership as Relational Process,” from Process Studies, volume 44, issue 1, pages 24â€“47.