Why Google’s Best Leaders Aren’t Stanford Grads With Perfect Sats | Inc.com

Tens of thousands of job candidates have gone through Google’s hiring process, which can be scrutinized to see whether interview performance correlates with on-the-job success. Crunching the numbers on the question of what makes a successful leader, Google found outthat leaders must be predictable and consistent. When managers are predictable, they eliminatean obstacle from employees’ progress–themselves. Managers have their own tendency to interfere, dictate, second-guess, and be a backseat driver.
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