3 incorrect notions about Power

From the Lead Change Group:

“Like love, power is one of those words rarely uttered in the workplace. And, when it is, those conversations happen in whispered tones, usually following a flagrant example of power gone wrong.  A  CEO believing what leadership ethicist Terry Price defines as “something that’s wrong for others but OK for me.”  A newly-promoted manager intoxicated with authority who bosses everyone about.  A quiet someone with a dissenting view who refrains from speaking up, believing they lack sufficient influence to affect outcomes.”

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