What's the secret to smart leadership? Hiring employees who keep you keep in check.
Making bad decisions is all part of being a leader. But one way to avoid them might be firing your "yes men."
Noreena Hertz writes in the Harvard Business Review that every CEO needs a "Challenger in Chief," or someone who voices dissent. Having access to several opinions, she says, might improve group-think, lessen bias, and help executives find smarter solutions.
Via Jenny Ebermann