Position and Sources of Power
>> Position and Sources of Power
>> Power is a leader’s influence over their followers. While power has the
>> potential to control others, it is the perception of power rather than
>> actual use of it that can influence, manage, and move people and
>> organizations to a higher level of efficiency.
>> Do the following to complete this assignment:
>> – Discuss the differences between legitimate, reward, coercive, and
>> referent power. Give an example of each or the appropriate uses of
>> expert powers. Include responses to the following:
>> – Explain how they are similar and how they are different.
>> – Describe your experience with these types of power.
>> Write your initial response in a minimum of 200–300 words. Apply APA
>> standards to citation of sources.