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Leader as Politician I
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Power Definition Potential ability to influence others so they  do things they would not do otherwise Bases of Power (where it comes from ) Coercive power: fear Reward power: positive benefit Legitimate power: authority of position Referent Power: identification with person
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Primary Base of Power:  Past U.S. Presidents Kennedy : Referent Nixon : Coercive Ford : Legitimate  Reagan : Reward Carter : Expert Clinton : Expert/Referent Bush:???
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Video “9 to 5”
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Power as Dependency The greater the dependency, the  greater the power “A” has power over “B” to the extent: “A” has control over something “B” values  (importance ) “B” cannot obtain it elsewhere (scarcity ) “B” cannot easily find substitutes for it  (nonsubstitutability )
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