ORGANIZATIONAL DYNAMICS AND “HELP:” It’s Not Your Help To Give. “Nothing so infuriates me as when a person, entrusted with authority by an institution, becomes so arrogant as to imagine that the authority they wield — the perks of their office, their power to reward or punish others — is their own personal possession. Anyone who has ever worked in a large organization knows the type. . . . Sherrod evidently regarded her government job as a personal possession, so that her exercise of official authority conferred upon her some special dignity, so that even a U.S. Navy veteran was required to approach her with an attitude of deference and supplication.”