The Peril of Power Without Status

Face it: Despite talk of flat, egalitarian workplaces where everyone is a “team member,” some workers have more status or power than others. Some people have both status and power, some have neither, while others have some combination of the two. And, says Nir Halevy, a Stanford Graduate School of Business professor, those with little status but plenty of power can create corporate havoc not because they’re unpleasant people, but because their unenviable positions make them prone to bad behavior.

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