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1. Coercive Power in Leadership: Definition & Examples
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2. Reward Power in Leadership: Definition & Example
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Servant leadership is a style of leadership studied by contemporary management theorists. In this lesson, you will learn what servant leadership is, discover its characteristics, and be provided some examples. You will have an opportunity to reinforce your knowledge with a short quiz after the lesson.
4. Using the 5Ps Leadership Analysis
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5. Leadership Style & Fit in the Workplace
In this lesson, we'll review several types of leadership styles and discuss characteristics of each. The lesson also provides examples of which styles fit which types of jobs.
6. Coaching vs. Counseling in the Workplace
Coaching and counseling are two popular workplace employee strategies used by organizations today. This lesson describes the differences as well as their commonalities and gives a useful example of the two processes in a real-world setting.
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- Job Design: Help and Review
- Organizational Culture: Help and Review
- Organizational Change and Organizational Behavior: Help and Review
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- Career Management: Help and Review
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- Global Implications of Organizational Behavior: Help and Review