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Indian managers high on self-confidence: Report

Indian managers have more self-confidence than their Chinese counterparts, says a recent report. 
Indian managers have more self-confidence than their Chinese counterparts, says a recent report. 
 
"About 41 per cent of leaders in India are confident from the start itself. Overall, 81 per cent of leaders in India and 63 per cent of leaders in China felt confident to lead within the first six months," according to talent management expert DDI's report titled 'Finding the Global First Rung Research'. 
 
Development Dimensions International (DDI) surveyed 1,373 front-line leaders in China and India, a PTI report said. However, the PTI report said the study found a disconnect between self-evaluation and assessment. The trend is particularly found in India.

 

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