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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The extent to which an area is brightly lit at night (or not) provides an indication of how abundant infrastructure is in the region. Knowing the precise locations of these unlit, potentially impoverished communities is essential if we are to improve their circumstances.
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A study has revealed that CEOs with an exaggerated sense of self-confidence can actually do more harm than good to their firms, being less likely to listen to performance feedback.
Research reveals that claiming to be patriotic can help boost a company’s performance. But is nationalism the key to long-term success?