Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about failed leaders making successful comebacks.
“The comebacks of failed corporate and political leaders are not that uncommon,” Thomas writes.
“In situations of uncertainty, when the boat is rocking, followers tend to look towards those that have led them through the previous storms. And those saviours do not necessarily need to have done so successfully: good enough is often sufficient.” he writes.
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