Leadership

Why being in charge could be making you worse at your job

Feeling powerful creates a sense of social distance others, which in turn changes how you interact with them. Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Trevor Foulk

Assistant Professor of Management and Organisation, University of Maryland

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