It's good to be humble when you're the boss - as long as that's what your employees expect.
Humility is the latest badge of virtue for those in positions of influence. From politicians, to executives, to chart-topping artists.
It's no surprise that some of the most celebrated leaders in the business world also happen to be self-promoting narcissists.
US astronaut Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 comrades Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins paid tribute to their late commander's talent and accomplishments on Saturday, noting that they would miss him.
The famously private Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, has been coaxed into giving a rare interview -- with an Australian accountant.
Humble leaders are more effective and better liked, according to a study forthcoming in the Academy of Management Journal.
The more honesty and humility an employee may have, the higher their job performance, as rated by the employees' supervisor. That's the new finding from a Baylor University study that found the honesty-humility personality ...