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Power Poisoning November 10, 2010
Bob Sutton    |   Stanford University
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Lecture Series
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According to author Bob Sutton, when someone is placed in a position of power, three things can happen to cause "power poisoning": 1) The individual focuses on their own needs and concerns; 2) The individual focuses little attention on the needs of others; and 3) The individual often acts like the rules don't apply to them.  Evidence is also mounting, says Sutton,  that the more successful a manager is, the more likely they are to break the rules.

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