A researcher studying corporate executives found that they tend to have “take charge”
personalities, with the predominant traits of assertiveness, decisiveness, and self-confidence.
The researcher concluded that people who are more “take charge” than the average person
are more likely to become corporate executives. Which of the following, if true, most
seriously weakens the researcher’s conclusion?
A) Holding the job of a corporate executive causes people to develop “take charge” personality
b) When working on charitable or community projects, corporate executives often use their
ability to make decisions and lead people to make those projects successful.
c) Some people who are not executives have stronger “take charge” personalities than some
people who currently serve as corporate executives.
d) Many people who aspire to become executives exhibit different management styles in their
e) The executives that the researcher studied were often unsuccessful when they tried to
manage their family activities as they do their business activities.
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