Inc: According to Neuroscience, the Best Leaders Are the Most Vulnerable

Walter McKenzie
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Confidence has long been regarded as a cornerstone of effective leadership. And there's no denying its importance; after all, who would follow a leader unsure of their own direction?

Yet confidence can be a double-edged sword. It shines best when paired with humility and the willingness to admit your vulnerability. On the other hand, when it spills over into arrogance, it narrows your vision and risks alienating your team.

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