The downside of charismatic leadership

Confidence and charisma are widely regarded as positive attributes in a leader, with such characteristics regarded as useful in conveying a message and convincing of its merits.

Of course, it is not solely positive, with a study conducted in 2014 finding that confidence can be a particular flaw in a leader.  It found that such charismatic and confident leadership can result in feedback being drowned out and ignored, thus preventing the leader, and their organization, from learning.

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