Influenced By Others: Bases of Power Across Employee Generations

Although training to help leaders influence work behavior is an area of significant investment for many organizations, the ability of both managers and coworkers to influence employee behavior may not manifest the same way across generations. The Center for Leadership Studies (CLS) partnered with Training Industry, Inc. to identify the effectiveness of different bases of power across generational, technological and geographic classifications. This report reveals how employees of all generations react to their leaders, peers and employers.

Read this white paper to learn which bases of power are most important in the workplace today when attempting to influence up, down or across an organization.

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