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.
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International relationships help to encourage positive change but new research shows that firms must do more to boost women into senior leadership positions.