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Level of Difficulty: 1 EasyTopic: The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence71.Tracy is outgoing, warm, and truly inspirational when she talks about where she wants to lead her division. Her employees seem eager to do anything she asks. Because of her personality and not her position, Tracy has ______ power. A. legitimateB.referentC. rewardD. coerciveE. expertReferent power is power deriving from one's personal attraction. This kind of power characterizes strong, visionary leaders who are able to persuade their followers by dint of their personality, attitudes, or background.AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: ApplyLearning Objective: 14-01 I don't want to be just a manager; I want to be a leader. What's the differencebetween the two?Level of Difficulty: 3 HardTopic: The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence
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72.In recent studies, the generic influence tactic that employees cite as most used in the workplace is There are nine tactics for trying to influence others. The most used is rational persuasion, which is trying to convince someone by using reason, logic, or facts.AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: UnderstandLearning Objective: 14-01 I don't want to be just a manager; I want to be a leader. What's the differencebetween the two?Level of Difficulty: 2 MediumTopic: The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence73.The three least used influence tactics, according to a recent survey of employees, are There are nine tactics for trying to influence others, the least used of which are legitimating, pressure tactics, and coalition tactics.AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: UnderstandLearning Objective: 14-01 I don't want to be just a manager; I want to be a leader. What's the differencebetween the two?Level of Difficulty: 2 MediumTopic: The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence
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74.Acting humble or friendly or making someone feel good or important before makinga request are influence tactics known as Ingratiating tactics include acting humble or friendly or making someone feel good or feel important before making a request.AACSB: AnalyticBlooms: RememberLearning Objective: 14-01 I don't want to be just a manager; I want to be a leader. What's the differencebetween the two?Level of Difficulty: 1 EasyTopic: The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence
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