Effective Uses of Power and Authority, The
- 1978 ----- color ----- 32 min ----- 16mm
Power is a word of very common usage. It appears in almost every field of endeavor--from politics to sports to love. Dr. Stan Charnofsky presents a general framework of the use of power in interactions between people. Six major sources of power are explained and power movements, which occur when one person has conflicts with the power of another person, are examined. The strategies that can be used to deal with power movements are explored. Scenes from a Power and Influence Seminar conducted by Dr. Roger Harrison explain the two major styles in the development of effective skills of personal power and influence. Positive and negative uses of influence skills are illustrated.
- Topics: (Business Administration, Political Science, Sociology)