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By Tom Davidson

Being proud (confident), “but not arrogant,” is the subject of this blog series, and as we’ve been discussing, there is more than a fine line between the two states. In the final installment, I look at the role of arrogance. Successful leaders learn to strike an ambiguous balance in many parts of their work. Jim […]

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By Tom Davidson

Egotism is a blind spot, so if you have it, you are unlikely to know it. See if you can relate below or find out how to deal with those who are egotistical! A leader can never have too much confidence, but the daily news is filled with stories about derailed executives, athletes, and politicians […]

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By Tom Davidson

Do you have enough confidence without being overconfident? What differentiates the two, and how do you recognize the difference on a daily basis? Find out below! “Confidence is golden; arrogance is toxic,” said Tish Squillaro, management consultant, putting a fine point on a big problem for leaders at every level. But while the difference is often described as […]

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