It’s often said that power changes people. In fact, they say that being in a position of power goes to people’s heads and hardens their hearts. It’s true that some biases in terms of social influence and power creep in. Indeed, this is a phenomenon that’s frequently seen. Taking on a new position requires developing new strategies and behaviors. Therefore, a change is required to sustain the new position and develop a leadership style capable of achieving specific objectives. However, the problem is that sometimes, this change brings with it aggressive behaviors and attitudes or a lack of empathy….