Organizations have optimal sharing of power when people can make their own commitments. We can invite and encourage people into making commitments and still allow everyone to make their own commitments. This is an agreement that no one makes commitments for others, no one takes that away from others.
One of the core concerns is what is there are things that some of us think need to be done and no one commits to them. When this is a concern, we can form an agreement that anyone with the required time, experience and knowledge for any needed task commits to it. It also helps on the front end that we together decide on what commitments to share, in the form of the sequencing and timing of possible intentions.