My vs. Our for Leaders

As they say, it’s lonely at the top.

In a strict hierarchy, the type of power most commonly employed is what is known as legitimate power. Legitimate power is defined as “…when someone is in a higher position, giving them control over others”. Curious about the various types of power? Read on the American Express website. Legitimate power can result in even senior leaders talking in the first person about ‘my’ needs. We have observed people in power using that power with…