Young children considered to demonstrate more narcissistic traits are viewed by their peers as "true leaders", even when their actual performance was average. Researchers investigate whether narcissistic leadership could develop during childhood.
Study sheds new insight into gender disparities in leadership roles. Researchers found men were more likely to supervise more individuals in the workplace, regardless of GPA or the educational achievements of women.
Being extroverted may be a clear advantage in the workplace. A new study reveals extroverts tend to be more motivated, conscientious, emotionally positive and better communicators than their more introverted peers.
As if being picked on wasn't bad enough, victims of workplace mistreatment may also be seen as bullies themselves, even if they've never engaged in such behavior.
Study confirms infants can detect differences in power between individuals and expect those differences to endure over time. Researchers say, at 21 months old, a child can distinguish between respect based power asserted by a leader and fear based power asserted by bullies.