Leadership Lies We Should Unbelieve with Dr. Ryan Brown


I talk with social psychologist and leadership researcher Dr. Ryan Brown, Managing Director for Measurement at the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University. We’ll be debunking some of the most popular myths out there about leadership and what it means to be a leader, including: (1) That real leaders are always outgoing, (2) That the most self-confident people make the best leaders, (3) That leadership can’t be learned, and (4) That leadership can’t be measured.