Psychopathic leaders may be attracted to leadership positions which give them control over people. These so-called “successful psychopaths” display traits which are widely associated with effective leadership, such as being assertive, creative and charming. So do you have to exhibit psychopathic tendencies to be a successful CEO? Not according to new research.
As women continue to be underrepresented in high status positions, can women benefit from being funny in the workplace? New research from INSEAD Business School finds that humour can be a powerful tool for women, helping them gain influence in the workplace.
Air pollution, researchers say, adversely impacts managers’ mood, judgement, and decision-making on corporate investments. As a result, firms are risking their profits.
It looks like remote working is here to stay whether we like it or not. Research has highlighted that, for innovation to remain high, it is more important than ever for managers to ensure the right communication methods are used.