Top 5 personality traits of Google, IBM & Oracle CEOs

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

The No. 1 most valuable leadership trait is intellect, according to a Paysa report.

The career advisor platform used Watson Personality Insights API to analyze books, essays, interviews and speeches from the CEOs of prominent business. Paysa compiled the findings in a report detailing which personality traits industry leaders exhibited.

Here are the top five personality traits for three tech leaders.

Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet

1. Intellect

2. Emotionality

3. Immoderation

4. Altruism

5. Cooperation

Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM

1. Cooperation

2. Immoderation

3. Emotionality

4. Intellect

5. Altruism

Larry Ellison, former CEO of Oracle

1. Cooperation

2. Immoderation

3. Emotionality

4. Cautiousness

5. Intellect

Click here to view the full report.

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