Self-Esteem, Tenure, and Narcissistic Leader's Performance

Hanna Peltokangas
2016 International Journal of Business and Social Research  
<p>This study investigates the associations between the narcissistic leader and performance and the moderating effect of a leader's tenure and self-esteem. The hypothesis were studied with Pearson correlations and stepwise hierarchical multiple regression analyses (n=203). The moderating effect of leader's tenure on the relationship between narcissism and leader performance was confirmed. The narcissistic leader's performance tends to be positively evaluated only because the leader has held the
more » ... position for a very short period. Self-esteem exhibited a very strong correlation to leader performance. The results support the view that narcissism is a personality dimension, albeit one that is not necessarily pathological. The results of this study suggest it would be wise to add Rorschach Comprehensive System (RCS) to the tools available in the personnel assessment situation.</p>
doi:10.18533/ijbsr.v5i12.899 fatcat:hzrol3phjzfbxcxobouzylauuq