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MGT 362T  Week 4 ApplyPower and Influence-Riding the Policy Wave

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Manager’s Hot Seat: Power & Influence—Riding the Policy Wave

 

To really understand leadership, we need to understand the concept of power and authority. Authority is the right to perform or command; it comes with the job. In contrast, power is the extent to which a person is able to influence others so they respond to orders. Managers need to be able to influence those around them in order to gain their commitment. Influence tactics may be hard or soft, and the tactic chosen may be contingent on the particular situation at hand.

 

It’s November and the holiday rush is upon a mid-size retail surf store. The store manager is having a meeting with some of his staff. They are quite disgruntled about two new policies that have been put in place. First, employees who are clocking out of their shift need to wait for a manager to check them before leaving the premises. Second, employees cannot take any leave during the holiday rush between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Employees are not happy about these policies. How is the leadership team handling the situation? How would you?

 

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Mark responds to Brianna’s concerns about the new employee end-of-shift policy with “…This is a policy straight from corporate. We have to follow it.” What type of influence tactic is Mark utilizing?

Multiple Choice

 
coalition tactics

 
exchange

 
rational persuasion

 
legitimating tactic

 
consultation

 

 

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Manager’s Hot Seat: Power & Influence—Riding the Policy Wave

 

To really understand leadership, we need to understand the concept of power and authority. Authority is the right to perform or command; it comes with the job. In contrast, power is the extent to which a person is able to influence others so they respond to orders. Managers need to be able to influence those around them in order to gain their commitment. Influence tactics may be hard or soft, and the tactic chosen may be contingent on the particular situation at hand.

 

It’s November and the holiday rush is upon a mid-size retail surf store. The store manager is having a meeting with some of his staff. They are quite disgruntled about two new policies that have been put in place. First, employees who are clocking out of their shift need to wait for a manager to check them before leaving the premises. Second, employees cannot take any leave during the holiday rush between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Employees are not happy about these policies. How is the leadership team handling the situation? How would you?

 

Click the ► button to watch the video. Then, answer the questions that follow.

 

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In response to the new employee end-of-shift policy Brianna proposes that Ollie pay its employees on their breaks instead of making them clock out. Brianna is most likely utilizing the ______ influence tactic.

Multiple Choice

 
exchange

 
pressure

 
personal appeals

 
ingratiation

 
inspirational appeals

 

 

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Manager’s Hot Seat: Power & Influence—Riding the Policy Wave

 

To really understand leadership, we need to understand the concept of power and authority. Authority is the right to perform or command; it comes with the job. In contrast, power is the extent to which a person is able to influence others so they respond to orders. Managers need to be able to influence those around them in order to gain their commitment. Influence tactics may be hard or soft, and the tactic chosen may be contingent on the particular situation at hand.

 

It’s November and the holiday rush is upon a mid-size retail surf store. The store manager is having a meeting with some of his staff. They are quite disgruntled about two new policies that have been put in place. First, employees who are clocking out of their shift need to wait for a manager to check them before leaving the premises. Second, employees cannot take any leave during the holiday rush between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Employees are not happy about these policies. How is the leadership team handling the situation? How would you?

 

Click the ► button to watch the video. Then, answer the questions that follow.

 

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Which of the following sources of power does Mark have in enforcing Ollie’s holiday scheduling policy?

Multiple Choice

 
expert

 
referent

 
legitimate

 
exchange

 
consultation

 

 

Required information

Manager’s Hot Seat: Power & Influence—Riding the Policy Wave

 

To really understand leadership, we need to understand the concept of power and authority. Authority is the right to perform or command; it comes with the job. In contrast, power is the extent to which a person is able to influence others so they respond to orders. Managers need to be able to influence those around them in order to gain their commitment. Influence tactics may be hard or soft, and the tactic chosen may be contingent on the particular situation at hand.

 

It’s November and the holiday rush is upon a mid-size retail surf store. The store manager is having a meeting with some of his staff. They are quite disgruntled about two new policies that have been put in place. First, employees who are clocking out of their shift need to wait for a manager to check them before leaving the premises. Second, employees cannot take any leave during the holiday rush between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Employees are not happy about these policies. How is the leadership team handling the situation? How would you?

 

Click the ► button to watch the video. Then, answer the questions that follow.

 

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Based on the video, Mark seems to be a ______ leader while Sherry is more of a ______ leader.

Multiple Choice

 
transformational; transactional

 
passive; active

 
active; passive

 
situational; transactional

 
transactional; transformational

 

 

Required information

Manager’s Hot Seat: Power & Influence—Riding the Policy Wave

 

To really understand leadership, we need to understand the concept of power and authority. Authority is the right to perform or command; it comes with the job. In contrast, power is the extent to which a person is able to influence others so they respond to orders. Managers need to be able to influence those around them in order to gain their commitment. Influence tactics may be hard or soft, and the tactic chosen may be contingent on the particular situation at hand.

 

It’s November and the holiday rush is upon a mid-size retail surf store. The store manager is having a meeting with some of his staff. They are quite disgruntled about two new policies that have been put in place. First, employees who are clocking out of their shift need to wait for a manager to check them before leaving the premises. Second, employees cannot take any leave during the holiday rush between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Employees are not happy about these policies. How is the leadership team handling the situation? How would you?

 

Click the ► button to watch the video. Then, answer the questions that follow.

 

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Mark’s apparent favoritism toward Amir is representative of

Multiple Choice

 
leader-member exchange.

 
servant leadership.

 
charismatic leadership.

 
laissez-faire leadership.

 
transformational leadership.

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