Ch 14 - BUS 315-003: Instructor: Global Management &...

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BUS 315-003: Instructor: K. Skylar Powell Objectives: The objectives for our classes on March 11 th and 16 th are to review, discuss, and understand the various perspectives on Power, Influence, and Leadership. On Tuesday, we may watch a film that highlights how power, influence, and leadership can be misused. Assignments: The last ethical issue is on the 11 th . Outline of Slides/Study Guide: Group warm-up questions: Do you think that political leaders and business leaders need to have the same characteristics? Why or why not? 1. a. Power (Related to authority) i. Personalized Power: Power directed at helping one’s self. ii. Socialized Power: Power directed at helping others. iii. Five sources of Power that leaders may draw upon: 1. Legitimate Power: Power resulting from one’s formal position within an organization. 2. Reward Power: Power resulting from one’s authority to reward subordinates. 3. Coercive Power: Power resulting from one’s authority to punish subordinates. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course BUS 315 taught by Professor Powell during the Spring '11 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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Ch 14 - BUS 315-003: Instructor: Global Management &...

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