Their swaggering arrogance and natural authority can make it seem like they were born to lead.
But, though dominant individuals frequently make it to the top of the career ladder, their self-obsession often makes them the worst bosses, a study has shown.
University of Amsterdam researchers divided 150 participants into groups of three. One in each was made leader and the other two were told they could advise, but that the leader would make the decision.
The groups then had to choose the best candidate for a job.
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