How to behave like a leader (number 53)

Those who have the intellectual ability to understand complex issues and see the bigger picture but are unable to harness the views of others who have the experience and insight they lack are often described by colleagues and subordinates as overconfident, even arrogant. Alternatively, those who simply follow the advice of “experts” are often accused of abdicating responsibility for making decisions and giving into invested interest. So a leader requires self-awareness, knowledge of their strengths and weaknesses and how their behavior affects others. 

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