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Power, Status, and Influence (11 October 2019)

 ​Lesson 1: Power

Baxter, Amy. “Dr. Baxter Discusses Power.” YouTube video, 17:37. “Air University eSchool of graduate PME”, 26 January 2017. [Not available outside of course.]

Lucas, Jeffrey W and Amy Baxter. “Power, Influence, and Diversity in Organizations.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 639, no. 1 (January 2012): 49-70.

Curphy, Gordon J., Hughes, Richard L. Hughes, and Roberg C. Ginnett. Leadership. Air Command and Staff College, AL: McGraw-Hill Custom Publishing, 2006. [Not available outside of course.]

Pfeffer, Jeffrey. “Telling the Truth about Power.” Podcast, 11:13. Harvard Business Review, 2010.

Keltner, Dacher. “Power Corrupts, but it Doesn’t Have To.” Podcast, 21:31. Harvard Business Review, 2016.

Olson, Wyatt. “Do Fired Navy COs Suffer From Bathsheba Syndrome?Stars and Stripes, 14 March 2012.

Coye, Ray W. “Change of Command: Leader Succession in the Military.” Air University Review 36, no 4 (May-June 1985): 41-44.

Reed, George. “Toxic Leadership, Unit Climate, and Organizational Effectiveness.” Air & Space Power Journal 26, no 3 (August 2014): 3-10.

Lesson 2: Status

Baxter, Amy. “Dr. Baxter Discusses Status.” YouTube video, 14:30. “Air University eSchool of graduate PME”, 26 January 2017. [Not available outside of course.]

Lucas, Jeffrey W and Amy Baxter. “Power, Influence, and Diversity in Organizations.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 639, no. 1 (January 2012): 49-70.

Fast, Nathanael, Nir Halevy, and Adam Galinsky. “The Destructive Nature of Power without Status.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48, no. 1 (January 2012): 391-394.

Anicich, Eric, Nathanael Fast, Nir Halevy, and Adam Galinsky. “How Powerful, Low- Status Jobs Lead to Conflict.” Harvard Business Review, 11 February 2016.

Kingsbury, Paul. “Harnessing the Influence of Senior Enlisted Leaders.” Joint Forces Quarterly  81 (March 2016): 70-75.

Rocap, Pember. “The Unknown Professional Soldier.” Air University Review 28, no. 2 (January-February 1977): 12-18.

Lesson 3: Influence

Baxter, Amy. “Dr. Baxter Discusses Influence.” YouTube video, 11:11, “Air University eSchool of graduate PME”, 26 January 2017. [Not available outside of course.]

Lucas, Jeffrey W and Amy Baxter. “Power, Influence, and Diversity in Organizations.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 639, no. 1 (January 2012): 49-70.

Cialdini, Robert. “Influence, The Psychology of Persuasion: Getting to Yes, How to Persuade People to Your Point of View.” Success Book Summary, June 2011. [Note: Not available outside of course]

Shulstad, Raymond and Richard D. Mael. “Leading and Managing through Influence: Challenges and Responses.” Air & Space Power Journal 24, no. 2 (Summer 2010): 6-17.

Kern, Anthony T. “Darker Shades of Blue: A Case Study of Failed Leadership.” Convergent Performance, 1995. 

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