Yes, as everyone knows, it’s lonely at the top. Or is it? In fact, people in positions of power tend to feel less lonely, rather than more, according to new research by associate professor Adam Waytz and professor Jon Maner, both in the management and organizations department at the Kellogg School. The opposite is also true. “More power leads to less loneliness, and less power leads to more loneliness,” Waytz says.
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