EOs have wide-ranging influence over their firms. They are charged with plotting a company’s strategic course, helping set the workplace culture, and attracting new talent to the executive suite. Plenty of research exists on how factors such as CEOs’ management styles, experiences, and industry expertise inform their attitudes and behaviors when they are at the helm, which in turn helps determine a firm’s performance. But very little analysis has been conducted on the relationship between a company’s fortunes and another fundamental aspect of a CEO: personality.
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