Many people view power as the imposition of will to persuade others to do something they wouldn't ordinarily do. A greater quantity of information does not translate into a greater amount of power.
- Title: Leadership in Action - A Question of Leadership - How Do Leaders Acquire Power?
- Release date: October 2004
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 9781604913552
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