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Ego Is the Enemy of Good Leadership - HBR
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Ego Is the Enemy of Good Leadership - HBR
On his first day as CEO of the Carlsberg Group, a global brewery and beverage company, Cees't Hart was given a key card by his assistant. The card locked out all the other floors for the elevator so that he could go directly to his corner office on the 20th floor. And with its picture windows, his office offered a stunning view of Copenhagen. These were the perks of his new position, ones that spoke to his power and importance within the company.
Cees spent the next two months acclimating to his new responsibilities. But during those two months, he noticed that he saw very few people throughout the day.

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