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Instrumental and Influential Power

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Lucy-kay Greeves

on 14 May 2015

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Transcript of Instrumental and Influential Power

Instrumental power is used when an individual already has power over another, this is often due to their high authority or the law. This power is used primarily to enforce and to maintain authority.

An example of this power could be used by teacher talking to a student in a classroom. The teacher has Instrumental power over a student due to their authority at the organization.

Instrumental power can
be asserted through spoken
language as well as written text.

Instrumental and Influential Power
Instrumental power
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