Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has dominated the headlines after being suspended following an alleged "fracas' with a producer. As the main figurehead of the TV show, he has played a leading role in its global success – bringing in significant revenue for the BBC. But can success and achieving results ever excuse bad behaviour?
Paul McGinley recently captained Europe to a win at this year’s Ryder Cup, giving businesses a masterclass in the power of inspirational leadership. Here, executive coach Martin Palethorpe explains what lessons can be learned.
Turning a blind eye to a rogue employee's antics just because they're getting you results will always come back to bite you in the end, according to leadership coach Martin Palethorpe.