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Why Being the Beta Chief Is Better Than Being the Alpha Chief

One expert proposes that the most effective leaders demonstrate authority through collaboration.
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If you’ve sat through one staff meeting, you’ve sat through them all. You know the drill: The extroverts monopolize the dialogue, tuning out the input of others, while the introverts go to the opposite extreme, suppressing their own ideas in favor of allowing other voices to dominate the discourse. Then there are the ambiverts, who inhabit the

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