Stay off your high horse

10/18/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

When you make all the decisions and have no one to answer to, it's all too easy to go off on a power trip, John Baldoni writes. To avoid that trap, he argues, leaders should constantly ask themselves three questions: "What good can I do with my power?," "What harm can I cause?" and "What can I do to stay humble?"

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