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Avoid falling prey to the most common lie leaders tell themselves— that they allow people below them to make decisions—by analyzing four or five of your most recent important “group” decisions. If you really made them yourself, you may be lying to yourself … and stifling your team.
—Adapted from Leadership and Decision Making, Victor Vroom and Philip Yetton, University of Pittsburgh Press.
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