Power is powerful in human relationships
A presentation by Andrew Marty, Managing Director.
In this presentation, we look at what it is that causes people to acquire power, plus where the Neuroscience of Power comes from. Power seeking indicates a risk of negative behaviors such as self interest and domination. What you really want from people is an outcome focus, not a power focus. You can assess for these characteristics before you hire, and it’s a good idea to do so.
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