Top Labelssuccess factors
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carol kinsey goman
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The faux-smart boss has great confidence in his own skills, knowledge and abilities, likely based on some past successes. What makes this a difficult pattern to handle at work is that faux-smart bosses are often blind to their lack of knowledge or skill regarding current problems or issues. Buoyed by his track record, he may mistrust the skills of his employees and demand that they comply with his directives.
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