Power and relationships

  • Roger Cartwright
Part of the Palgrave Master Series book series (MSB)


This chapter is concerned primarily with how leaders (and other team members) use power. Power, in simple terms is the resource that ‘gets things done’ (Cartwright, 2002a).


Team Member Body Language Resource Power Charismatic Leader Position Power 
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Recommended Further Reading

  1. Among the large number of texts dealing with power and conflict, the following are recommended to support this chapterGoogle Scholar
  2. Belbin R. Meredith, Managing Without Power (2001). Helga Drummond, Power — Creating it, Using it (1992), Charles Handy, Understanding Organisations (1976), Ronald E. Potter-Efron, Work Rage (2000, originally published as Working Anger, 1998).Google Scholar

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