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The Workplace Engagement Crisis

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The Workplace Engagement Crisis
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Your Debaters/Coaches: Stefano Di Lollo & Garbriela Nitu

Description: Statistics have consistently shown that employee engagement, trust, and resilience at work remain extremely low, and the pandemic only appears to have amplified an existing crisis. Stefano and Gabriela will discuss the red flags and red threads of the matter.

Resouces:

  • Love and Work: How to Find What You Love, Love What You Do, and Do It for the Rest of Your Life, by: Marcus Buckingham

Leadership Beyond The Leader

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Papillon MDC Inc.
Leadership Beyond The Leader
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Your Debaters/Coaches: Gabriela Nitu & Maryse Matta

Description: Gabriela and Maryse will discuss what leadership can look like beyond the specific type of leader.

Let’s set the record straight on psychopathology in the business world

Papillon MDC Inc.
Papillon MDC Inc.
Let’s set the record straight on psychopathology in the business world
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Your Debaters/Coaches: Nathalie Doré & Mirella De Civita

Description: Nathalie and Mirella look at the concept of psychological safety and share what they know from both a theoretical and experiential perspective.

Description: In this friendly exchange, Nathalie and Mirella engage in a provocative discussion at the evidence for and against psychopathology in business and set the record straight on where the idea came from, how it was used to create a narrative that limits growth, and what if anything can be done.

RESOURCES:

  1. Smith & Lilienfeld (2013). Psychopathy in the workplace: The knowns and unknowns. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 18; 204-218.
  2. Croom et al. (2021). Personality differences and buyer-supplier relationships: Psychopathy in executives, gender differences, and implications for future research. Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management, 27: 1-10.
  3. Babiak et al., (2010). Corporate Psychopathy: Talking the walk. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 28; 174-193
  4. Lee et al. (Spring 2017). Corporate Psychopaths in Public Agencies? Journal of Public Management & Social Policy.
  5. Caihol et al. (2017). Prevalence, mortality, and health care use among patients with cluster B personality disorders clinically diagnosed in Quebec: A Provincial Cohort Study- 2001-2012. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 62(5): 336-342.
  6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4321752/#:~:text=Psychopathy%20is%20a%20neuropsychiatric%20disorder,antisocial%20deviance%20and%20criminal%20behavior.
  7. https://www.healthline.com/health/psychopath

Guest Podcasts

Are You Following a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? 

Stefano Di Lollo is Stefano Calvetti’s guest on his Podcast: When Leaders Talk.

Imagine a leader: charismatic, confident, seemingly brilliant. They inspire you, motivate you, and propel you forward. But beneath the surface lurks a darkness, a manipulative streak that leaves a trail of devastation in its wake.

This isn’t just a scene from a thriller; it’s a chilling reality that many have faced in the workplace.

This reality is the focus of the latest episode of “When Leaders Talk.” My interlocutor is Stefano Di Lollo, a seasoned leadership expert and coach with a wealth of experience navigating the intricacies of human behavior. We delve into the complex and often hidden world of the “dark triad” – narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy – a trio of personality traits associated with manipulative and even toxic leadership styles.

We try to answer a few questions:

Does the Dark Triad have any potential benefit?

Are they really the “bad guys”?

What happens to someone working in a company where this kind of leadership is ingrained in the culture?

What tools can a person use to mitigate the adverse effects of a leader with Dark Triad traits?

Can this type of leader see their impact on the people around them?

Prepare to be surprised, challenged, and inspired as we navigate the light and dark shades of leadership.

Tune in now and embark on a journey to discover how understanding and addressing the darker aspects of leadership can lead to more authentic, effective, and compassionate leadership practices.

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