The best leaders care about their status more than their power
In a series of five experiments, Steven Blader, a management professor at New York University's Stern School of Business, and Ya-Ru Chen, a management professor at Cornell, demonstrate that it is status in the workplace, rather than power that motivates people to act fairly. "In other words," says Blader, "although power and status are often thought of as two sides of the same coin, they in fact have opposite effects on the fairness of people's behavior."
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