Don't let power keep you from listening to your team

08/25/2011 | Forbes

A study from New York University's Stern School of Business found that managers who perceive themselves as powerful are less likely to take their subordinates' advice. People's confidence in their choices is directly related to the amount of power they have, according to researchers. "Once you're in a position of power, it tends to make you more confident in your decisions," assistant professor Kelly See says.

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