I’ll be the first to admit that I, for many years, bought into the idea that influential leaders had to ooze confidence in groups — their good ideas and easygoing nature always on full display. In other words, I thought good leaders had to be outgoing, expressive extroverts. That’s probably because most of the leaders I’d been […]
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