'In general, Timothy Judge, a management professor at the University of Notre Dame, said his research has shown that agreeable people-those who are cooperative, nice and gentle-are less likely to emerge as leaders than disagreeable people. That's even though agreeable leaders tend to do just as good a job as disagreeable people, he said.'
'Many experts say it can be hard, at first, to distinguish the gifted leader from the narcissist or the bully. That's partly because some of the attributes we admire in leaders - such as the boldness and attention to detail so coveted by the likes of the late Apple executive Steve Jobs-can also turn darker.' http://tinyurl.com/k5r6nvx [ http://finance.yahoo.com/news/sometimes-boss-really-psycho-100000866.html ] Thinking about the boss of World Teacher Seminars, and similar failed organisations. As for the TM org, it seems to be dying, but it is not dead yet.