What makes a good leader? Are there certain characteristics? Are there practices that are needed? Does it depend on responding appropriately in different situations? What role does the relationship between management and employees play? Or do leaders have to be especially inspiring, authentic, or even spiritual? A very different perspective on this issue has become increasingly popular: the question of characteristics and conditions that negative leadership entails. This is often referred to as the “dark triad” of personality traits: Machiavellian, narcissism and subclinical psychopathy.
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