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The missing link? Investigating organizational identity strength and transformational leadership climate as mechanisms that connect CEO charisma with firm performance

In this paper, we suggest that CEO charisma is related to firm performance via its effect on two important mediators. First, charismatic CEOs are expected to raise the transformational leadership climate within an organization....

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CEO grandiose narcissism and firm performance: The role of organizational identification

This study reconciles the positive and negative sides of CEO grandiose narcissism by examining the role that CEO organizational identification plays inmoderating the effect of CEO grandiose narcissism on top management team (TMT) behavioral integration....

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CEO-TMT exchange TMT personality composition and decision quality: Themediating role of TMT psychological empowerment

This research draws on the upper-echelons perspective to examine the effects of CEO–top management team (TMT) exchange quality and TMT personality composition on decision quality through the mediation of TMT psychological empowerment....

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The influence of economic context on the relationship between chief executive officer facial appearance and company profits

Inferences of leadership ability and personality from faces have been associated with leaders' efficacy across multiple domains. One influential factor that has only been scarcely explored however is the context in which leadership occurs....

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When do leaders matter? Ownership governance and the influence of CEOs on firm performance

Leadership and strategic management research suggests that the extent to which CEOs influence performance largely depends on the presence or absence of certain factors. These factors may include the characteristics of the task at hand subordinates the organization itself or the external environment....

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Narcissistic CEOs and executive compensation

Narcissism is characterized by traits such as dominance self-confidence a sense of entitlement grandiosity and low empathy. There is growing evidence that individuals with these characteristics often emerge as leaders and that narcissistic CEOsmaymake more impulsive and risky decisions....

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Gaining the ultimate power edge: Women in the dual role of CEO and Chair

Using archival data the authors explored whether female CEOs possess as much structural power as male CEOs and what demographic characteristics are essential for female CEOs to have in order to increase their structural power in their firms. The authors use status characteristics and human capital theories to develop hypotheses....

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Do transformational CEOs always make the difference? The role of TMT feedback seeking behavior

In the present paper we raise the question whether CEO transformational leadership invariably makes a difference for team performance and change effectiveness....

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CEO leadership behaviors organizational performance and employees' attitudes

This study explores the links between CEO leadership behaviors firm performance and employees' attitudes in a sample drawn from 125 firms in China....

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How CEO empowering leadership shapes top management team processes: Implications for firm performance

This study examines how CEO empowering leadership shapes top management team (TMT) behavioral integration and potency thereby enhancing firm performance....

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