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Over-estimating competence a set-up for failure

The Kiwi feel-good factor, or our tendency to self-inflate our competence, is terrible for business and one of the reasons so many small and medium businesses fail every year, a prominent New Zealand business venturist believes.

“We avoid giving negative feedback when it is warranted. Telling people ‘you can do anything’ is a set-up for failure,” says Chris Chandler (pictured), co-founder and director strategic relationships at OneHQ.

Read full article in NZBusiness here.

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