How Leaders Can Learn To Be Humble And More Effective

Forbes interviews Nancy Levit

The ability to learn how to be humble may not be the real problem, however, according to a forthcoming paper. The problem may, instead, be that organizations do not select for humble leaders, but use competitive tournaments to select for corporate executives promising immediate results, explains UMKC School of Law Professor Nancy Levit. Read the story online.

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Published: Oct 20, 2020

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