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Purpose: After this presentation the audience will have an understanding of what power is, the different types of power, and how to use it effectively Thesis: Power, when used properly can transform a manager into a better leader. INTRODUCTION 1. What do you think of when you hear the word power? Evil? Corruption? While these are the negative forms of power, power has its place in promoting great leadership. [Attention Getter] 2. I will discuss when a manager uses power effectively he can be more successful. [Thesis] 3. In the next few minutes I will explain what power is, the different types of power, and how to use it effectively. [Preview] Transition : Let me begin by explaining what power is. BODY 1. What is power? 1. Power- Definition 2. The wrong feelings about power Transition : Next I will discuss the types of power 2. Different types of power 1. Legitimate Power- definition, overview, and examples
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Reward Power- definition, overview, and examples 3. Coercive Power- definition, overview, and examples 4. Expert Power- definition, overview, and examples 5. Referent Power- definition, overview, and examples 6. Position Power- definition, overview, and examples Transition : Now that we understand the different types of power, I will discuss how it can be used effectively 3. Transforming power effectively 1. The challenges of leadership and power 2. Developing strategies for power 3. Dynamics of Power 4. Organizing the effects of power Transition : Now you should understand why power is such an incremental part to becoming a successful leader CONCLUSION 1. Power is important when used effectively by a manager because it allows them to become more successful. [Thesis/Review]...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ECON 254 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '12 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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