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What are three distinct outcomes based on the use of power. i. Compliance ii. Resistance iii. Commitment List and describe the five types of leader power i. Legitimate- Position power, authority granted from a formal position in an organization. ii. Reward- Position power, authority to bestow rewards on other people iii. Coercive- Position power, authority to punish or recommend punishment iv. Expert- Personal power, authority resulting from a leader’s special knowledge or skill v. Referent- Personal power, authority based on personality characteristics that command follower’s attention, respect, and admiration so that they want to emulate the leader. List and describe the four sources of leader power in organizations. i. Compliance- following the direction of the person with power, regardless of how much agreement there is with that person’s directions. ii. Resistance- the act of disobeying orders or deliberately avoiding carry out instructions iii. Commitment- Adopting the leader’s viewpoint and enthusiastically carry out instructions.
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