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Between Stupidity and Wisdom

Leadership Freak

The Dunning–Kruger effect. There’s a name for people who are too stupid to know they are stupid. You haven't learned anything unless you're a fool. Wisdom is always learning.

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Oh No! Is the Hidden DK Effect Hurting Your Consulting Firm?

David A Fields

Watching the Dunning-Krueger Effect in action can range from amusing to frustrating to downright frightening. What is the Dunning-Krueger Effect? The impact on your consulting firm is very real because it affects your target market and also your consulting team (including you).


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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Knives Out

Joseph Lalonde

Intrigue, suspicion, and who-dun-it questions pepper the movie. Knives Out is Rian Johnson’s magnificent take on a Clue-like movie. For being a movie with a two-hour, ten-minute runtime, Knives Out flew by. The world of Knives Out is filled with colorful characters.

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She Didn’t Believe – But Others Did

Leadership Freak

It’s called the Dunning-Kruger Effect. Competence: The research of Dr. David Dunning and Dr. Justin Kruger… Continue reading → The incompetent may not recognize their ineptitude. I’ve known individuals who had no idea how unskilled they were.

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The Forrester Wave™: B2B Marketing Data Providers, Q2 2021

In our 24-criterion evaluation of B2B marketing data providers, we identified the 11 most significant vendors — Data Axle, Dun & Bradstreet, Enlyft, Global Database, InsideView, Leadspace, Oracle, SMARTe, Spiceworks Ziff Davis, TechTarget, and ZoomInfo Technologies — and researched, analyzed, and scored them.

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Why Leadership Development and Talent Programs Fall Short

N2Growth Blog

There is a cognitive bias trait called the Dunning-Kruger effect. Dunning suggests that deficits in skill and expertise create a two-pronged problem. It basically describes the traits of people who believe they are smarter and more capable than they really are.

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How To Excel As A Salesperson

Eric Jacobson

He has over three decades of leadership experience in sales, including Vice Presidencies at Dun & Bradstreet Software, AC Nielsen, Solcorp (then part of EDS, now HP), and Deloitte and Touche. Thank you to the books’ publisher for sending me an advance copy of the book.

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