The Machiavellian Leader

@inproceedings{Furnham2010TheML,
  title={The Machiavellian Leader},
  author={Adrian Furnham},
  year={2010}
}
The Prince was written by Machiavelli, arguably the first political scientist, in 1532. The author’s name has been lent to a style of leadership and management associated with cynicism, deceit and guile. To be described as Machiavellian is to be insulted — it means being duplicitous, egocentric and manipulative. The Machiavellian is exploitative, competitive, and selfish. 

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