Incompetent managers can have a negative impact on their subordinates. Their incompetence may result in inflated self-assessments and a failure to recognize competence in others. Furthermore, when incompetents are in charge of people, they can harm not only their own careers but also the careers of their subordinates.
- Psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger conducted a study in which participants rated their abilities highly in humour, grammar, and logic, despite being less competent than their peers.
- Incompetence can lead to cluelessness in terms of performance and self-awareness.
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