The best leaders don't have to prove how smart they are

06/5/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

You may have unique insight as the leader of your company, but Les McKeown cautions that you shouldn't spend all of your time trying to show off your knowledge. "[R]emember, if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room," he writes. It's also important to dedicate your full attention to the task at hand rather than allowing yourself to be constantly distracted by new developments, and to not be overly concerned with being liked by your employees.

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