Why leaders like Elizabeth Holmes may make risky choices

Psychologist Dr. Jonathan Fader says some charismatic leaders may make risky decisions: “You fail to see the things that you’re doing as a leader that are, perhaps, putting other people in jeopardy.”

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29 thoughts on “Why leaders like Elizabeth Holmes may make risky choices

  1. It is a shame, because people are jealous of Elizabeth Holmes's fame. And so, people are try to punish Elizabeth Holmes. She did nothing wrong. What need to punish are those 800 employees. Steve Jobs know nothing about computer technology. But his employees make it work. If those 800 employees make Edison Device work. The story will be different. The story not quite ended yet. Because I can make Edison Device work. Try me.

  2. Poor girl, in 2014, Elizabeth Holmes really have a great idea of blood-testing. It is a revolutionary concept and technology at that time. The technology didn't work , because she just too young (19 year old) to understand that the technology beyond her ability. She do try her best , and still did not make Edison device work. That don't mean she is fraud.

    Elizabeth Holmes start her company and done her job brilliantly. But her 800 employee suppose to make the Edison device work. They did not do their job. Some employee even become Whistleblower . It is not fare.

    If Elizabeth Holmes give me two of her Edison devices. I can make it work in one year. I will add a 12 inches touch screen monitor for information and a printer for test result. I hope, that can help Holmes's trial and clear her name.

    My company only take 8 months to make this COVID-19 Respirator.

    The COVID-19 Respirator design by our company
    (Sorry, I can not post the picture)

    Young Diamond Medical Technology

  3. I'd hardly call her a hero or a leader. She lied and did "allegedly" – legal disclaimer- hurt patients which is Not even allowed to present in court. That's wrong. We should hear how the patients who bought into her scam were affected. After all this is healthcare and it should be patients over profits. Investors didn't do their diligence they got what they deserved but patients did NOT deserve to be lied to.

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