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Expert power usually stems from: A. a superior's credibility with his or her subordinates., B. the belief that a certain person has the right to exert influence and that certain others have an obligation to accept it., C. a person's ability to influence the behavior of others by offering them something desirable., D. a person's ability to penalize the actions or behavior of another., or E. a person's perceptions that his or her goals or objectives are similar to another's.
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User: Expert power usually stems from: A. a superior's credibility with his or her subordinates., B. the belief that a certain person has the right to exert influence and that certain others have an obligation to accept it., C. a person's ability to influence the behavior of others by offering them something desirable., D. a person's ability to penalize the actions or behavior of another., or E. a person's perceptions that his or her goals or objectives are similar to another's.

Weegy: D. a person's ability to penalize the actions or behavior of another.
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User: EXPERT POWER USUALLY STEMS FROM

Weegy: Much of the power of this selection stems from the fact that it is *a personal narrative*. .............
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