By David Burkus
As any leader knows, growing your career means growing your network. Whether deliberately and intentionally or just organically as your career grows, the number of people you meet and the demands on your time listening to or helping those people grow with it. When it comes to decision making, this is generally a good thing. More colleagues, associates, and friends mean more and more diverse perspectives and information are provided when it comes to making important decisions.
Or does it?