Leadership Paradox: The Unexpected Power of CEO Overconfidence

Is CEO overconfidence a corporate setback or a strategic asset? Mannheim Business School's latest research challenges traditional views, uncovering the complex role of overconfidence in shaping a company's fate. Dive into this insightful study that redefines our understanding of leadership in the high-stakes world of business turnarounds
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Alice Weil

Features Editor at The Executive Magazine

In the world of corporate leadership, CEO overconfidence is a trait whose impact on company performance is not uniformly negative, as recent research from Mannheim Business School elucidates. This study delves into the complex role that CEO overconfidence plays in the context of corporate turnarounds, revealing nuanced insights relevant to the exe...


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