What is empowerment ‘For Marco Tulio Cisneros, empowerment is’ turn a herd of buffaloes on a culture of geese’ He tells recruiting us that a herd of buffalo in the feature is job search to follow the leader at all times, even if this is winnowed down the precipice. Strategies and techniques are what makes him phenomenon is a very talented business man With empowerment is fostered teamwork, geese, however, leaning honk to each other. Daft gives us sales jobs a definition that refers to the freedom that workers feel when given power and authority. ‘Empowerment is the participation in power, ie the delegation of power or recruitment authority to subordinates. ” According to Koontz and Weichrich ’empowerment means creating an environment in which employees of all levels feel they have a real impact on standards of quality, service and business efficiency within their areas of responsibility. ” Thus, both employees and administrative work as teams gain real power in their areas, leading to take responsibility for them. For these authors power equals responsibility. Ken Blanchard gives a different recruiter view to us that ‘Empowerment is to unleash the knowledge, experience and motivation than they already have …’ for, unlike much of Daft as Weichrich Koontz and not about giving power to employees of a company, in other words is empowering employees so they can make decisions without the need for approval by management. Thus, the various viewpoints of our authors, we gathered the following items: Teamwork Participation of power by the subordinate workers’ real influence in decisions within their area of responsibility Liability Release Power knowledge and experience workers. With all this I conclude that it is logical that decisions in some activity or task to be taken by the person or group of people closest to her. In the modern globalized world, constantly changing environments and technologies increasingly innovative and recruiting encourage quick speed and ability of the decision to skip time-consuming in the channel of communication where the executive must obtain the information of workers, review, take the decision and then send workers to act. However, the empowerment model shows a radical change in organizations, change to which the executive may refuse for fear of its consequences.