Make sure your leader has a ‘healthy ego’

Harald Ackerschott highlights the fine balance of power and ego companies should consider when picking a top executive.

Choosing a leader involves ensuring not only that they will take on the task with commitment, but also that their personal agenda is in harmony with the interests of the owners and the workforce. It’s a matter of identifying a ‘healthy ego’.

The demands on top executives are enormous. The calm, modest technocrat who simply ‘does his job’ does not attract much...

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