Harvard Business Review: Wells Fargo Example of How Power Can Corrupt Leaders and Compassion Can Save Them

In an earlier post, we talked about how Wells Fargo’s decisions while driving fake accounts to drive revenue deviated from their mission and vision. Harvard Business Review has an interesting take on how power can corrupt leaders such as former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf and how compassion can actually save them.

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