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Here are recent links of interest:
“5 Ways to Avoid Displaying a Superiority Complex At Work” – Inc.
In 1999, two researchers, Dunning and Kruger, identified a cognitive bias wherein relatively unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly assessing their ability to be much higher than is accurate. Named Dunning-Kruger effect, it explains why some people we work with are over-confident in their self-assessment of their skills and abilities…” Continue Reading
“10 steps to becoming a successful young leader at work” – World Economic Forum
Young people should not be afraid to embrace leadership roles, according to career experts. Forbes argues that young people who are observant, have the right attitude and are keen to learn should put themselves forward for leadership roles… Continue Reading
“Step Aside And Watch Others Take The Lead” – Lolly Daskal
A world-famous violinist once said after a successful performance of Beethoven’s violin concerto: “I have a beautiful score, a lovely violin, and a very good bow. When I put these three together I only need to step aside.” In leadership, when you have a great mission, great purpose, and a great team… Continue Reading
“The Best Leaders Are Constant Learners” – HBR.org
As Juan Manuel Fangio exited the chicane before the blind Tabac corner in the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix, he stomped on the brake. It was a counterintuitive reaction for a racing driver exiting a corner — but one that likely saved his life. By slowing down he avoided plowing into a multi-car pile-up… Continue Reading
“10 Winston Churchill Leadership Lessons” – Management-Issues
Winston Churchill’s storied, spectacular career holds numerous lessons for 21st century leaders. Among the lessons of Churchill’s leadership: 1. Leaders Are Self-Created. Winston Churchill was anything but a “self-made man.” He was born to the aristocracy at Blenheim Palace. Nonetheless, as much as anyone could be, he was self-created…Continue Reading
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