While toxic CEOs may leave organizations, their style of leadership and the damage they leave behind have a long shelf life.
Is it time to put a moratorium on the meaningless word ‘leadership?’ In the business world, leadership now often simply means performing mundane managerial duties.
Effective organisations encourage self-control, good process, proper discussion and are more driven by growth mindsets than unrealistic performance metrics.
Ethical scandals at Uber and Fox have focused attention on the leaders of the organizations, but the problems of a toxic culture often embed deep within an organization.
Organisational psychopathy, generally known as toxic leadership, is common in the private sector. It’s emerging more often in the public space too.
There’s a widening global crisis in the legitimacy and credibility of leadership. It can be attributed to five sources: unable; unintelligent; immature; immoral and/or destructive leadership.
A leader with high contextual intelligence understands that they need the ‘right set of glasses’ to look at the world.
Three in ten leaders across the world are toxic. Toxic leaders destroy individuals as well as organisations, and affect the performance of a society and country.