How Power Affects People

  1. POWER OF APPLIED PRESSURE
  1. Self Image– How you view yourself
  2. Peer Image– How you view your peer (power inferior, power equal or power superior)
  3. Feedback Factor– How you read the power play in the interaction
  4. Situation Image– How expertise pertaining to a certain situation determines the power equation. (e.g. Situational Expert Power)

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A creative person with a zest for life, alumnus IIT Delhi, Lawrence School Lovedale, Vikram Karve is a retired Navy Officer turned full time Writer and Blogger

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Vikram Karve

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A creative person with a zest for life, alumnus IIT Delhi, Lawrence School Lovedale, Vikram Karve is a retired Navy Officer turned full time Writer and Blogger

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