Power and Influence

Glaser, Judith E.
March 2006
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Mar2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p16
Discusses issues concerning power in the workplace. Definition of power in the workplace; Distinction between the leader and others; Importance of being a positive influence to others.


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