The unbearable weight of power

4 Feb 2017

In an invited commentary, SMU Behavioural Sciences Institute Director Professor David Chan discussed the scientific research on power and its practical implications for the workplace and in politics. He explained that power can corrupt and it tends to, but it depends a lot on the person because power reveals the person’s true nature. He proposed several approaches to minimise power corrupting and maximise power doing good.

Source: 
The Straits Times

Last updated on 07 Feb 2017 .