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When your superior offers you a raise if you will perform additional work beyond the requirements of your job, he or she is exercising ________ power. A. Legitimate B. Coercive C.
Reward D. Personal
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User: When your superior offers you a raise if you will perform additional work beyond the requirements of your job, he or she is exercising ________ power. A. Legitimate B. Coercive C. Reward D. Personal





Weegy: The answer is B!
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User: Political behaviors usually A. lie outside of an individual’s specified job performance B. are counter productive to individual goals C. are seen only in large organizations D. are frowned upon by organizational leaders

Weegy: The answer is C!
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User: Regardless of the composition of a group, managers can leverage diversity to achieve superior performance by which of the following approaches? A. Emphasize the higher-level similarities among members. B. Ensure that everyone knows the importance of diversity in groups. C. Explain the legal and ethical implications involved of not having a diverse group. D. Focus on the benefits of having a diverse group.

Weegy: The answer is D!
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