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London Business School Review
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour
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Power shapes our every interaction – so better learn how to use it
Those impressive achievements you’re so proud of? They can come back to bite you
People in positions of power become cynical about the motives of their colleagues. And that means they think less of themselves
Keep these five key points in mind and you’ll be able to handle any negotiation with confidence
Although people often seek power in the pursuit of feeling loved and valued, the powerful often find true love elusive.
Research shows that people are willing to trade one source of personal control for another. Power is control over ...
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