We found that parental income was indirectly related to leader’s effectiveness. Higher parental income during one’s upbringing was related to higher levels of narcissism as an adult, and that higher narcissism was related to lower levels of engagement and relational, task and change oriented behaviours. Less engagement in these behaviours was associated with lower perceived effectiveness and with less helping and more counterproductive behaviour in the group.
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