Why the best leaders have a bit of self-doubt

05/3/2013 | CBS MoneyWatch

When it's time to pick a new boss, those in charge "shouldn't be seduced by the smug and the brash but should look out for the smart leaders who don't quite know how good they are," writes Margaret Heffernan. People who don't think they already know all the answers are more inclined to seek out new solutions and develop people with complementary skills, Heffernan argues.

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