Leaders who feel powerful are likely to reveal more about themselves at work.
According to new research from the NEOMA Business School, vulnerable narcissistic leaders are especially likely to irritate employees during crises.
Significant shifts have occurred throughout various professional arenas over the past century.
But we are in danger of being stuck with hard-nosed leaders who don’t care about or listen to any criticism.
The research found that under some circumstances, teams performed better when their leaders learned from missteps.
The current working climate has been fraught with challenges and difficulties for workers, causing employees to take more time to assess their lifestyles.
The critical role played by NHS workers has been thrown into the spotlight during the pandemic.
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People who place a high value on hierarchical structures brought on by the perception that the world is a threatening place.
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Female national leaders locked down earlier and suffered half as many COVID deaths on average as male leaders.
Leadership is a difficult skill to master for many across the world, and new research has highlighted how the path to leadership is far from easy.