French business leaders like to make decisions alone. British leaders expect their decisions to be challenged. German leaders value modesty. A new study shows that national stereotypes like these thrive in the boardroom.The global personnel consulting firm DDI recently asked the research firms MORI and Westcombe to question captains of industry in France, Germany and the UK about the rewards and difficulties of leadership. While 96 per cent of British bosses liked to be challenged, in Germany and France the figures were only 52 per cent and 30...
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