A lack of self-confidence in a manager can lead to all of the following except:

Possible Answers:

  1. Avoiding confrontations
  2. Over-controlling employees
  3. Avoidance of difficult decisions
  4. Delegating tasks to subordinates

The Correct Answer:

D. A lack of self-confidence in a manager can lead to all of the following except delegating tasks to subordinates.

Explanation:

A leader helps to manage several people by coaching and convincing them to work more than their abilities. A leader is someone who has faith in themself and has proper training and support from their team members. A person with self-confidence and self-knowledge can become the best leader.

A leader with self-confidence will always support their team member and listen to them before coming to a conclusion. A manager with no self-confidence will always try to overcontrol their employees, avoid confrontations, and not take any action on difficult decisions.

A person or a manager who has confidence will always delegate the task to the subordinates, which shows that they trust the individuals or team members.

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