Position: position power comes from having a position in an organization’s hierarchy, such as being the boss or a key member of a leadership team. This power comes when employees in the organization recognize the authority of the individual. Such as, the CEO determines the overall direction of the company and the resource needs of the company.
Expert: Expert power based on one’ experiences, skill or knowledge that have in a special field such as accountant. Expert power plays a very important role to influence people’s action in their organization. Managers can get employees to do almost any activity to help the business because of the employee's respect of the manager's expertise and experience.
For example, if we get lost in the forest, an you know the way out of the forest, then your are the leader at least until we get out of the forest.
Relationship: Personal power comes into play when a leader can influence a follower by a conversation. One person has an attraction somehow to the person giving the power. Influence gained by persuasion. Sometimes a person has influence because of personal characteristics. Simply, when people like you, they are more likely to be influenced by you. Relationship power can also come from your social network. Social network gives you power because it gives you access to the expertise and influence of people who know you and trust you. For example, an employee may be able to influence his supervisor’s decision concerning what computer to purchase.
Coercive power is derived from a person's ability to influence others via threats, punishments or sanctions. Coercive power is, therefore, a person's ability to punish, fire or reprimand another employee. Coercive power helps control the behavior of employees by ensuring that they adhere to the organization's policies and norms. don’t use position power to strike fear in the hearts and minds of employees. Every employee is equal...