While being Machiavellian is generally seen as a negative characteristic, a study shows that it can offer important advantages for leaders.
Cold logic is not a vote winner for politicians or board members. Sir Keir Starmer needs to focus on his feelings.
Research suggests credit rating agencies perceive companies led by narcissistic chief executives as riskier propositions.
In conflicts and crises, people look to both political and business leaders for reassurance, competence and calmness under pressure.
Many workers are struggling to find inspiration and purpose post-pandemic. Leaders must nurture workforce rituals that create meaning.
The business world expects bosses to perform under pressure, not under fire. How are corporate leaders in Ukraine dealing with the crisis?
Behind every apparently calm surface lies a mass of board member interests, beliefs and emotions. How these conflicts can be managed?
Almost one in five US CEOs in a Stanford University survey is considered a narcissist by fellow directors. But this may not be bad news.
The impact any CEO makes on their organisation turns on a complex interplay of factors, from culture, industry and personality to timing.
When the personality you show the world doesn’t match your true self, it can sap the energy you need to deal with technostress.