Protect Yourself from Sociopaths at Work

charisma-Recent events have increased my curiosity about sociopaths—terrorists, mass shootings, politicians, The Big Short, and non-criminal business people who use others to get what they want.  I’d like to share what I’ve found.*

Who’s a sociopath?

Sociopaths (or psychopaths or people with antisocial personality disorder) make up about 4 percent of the population.  That’s actually quite high.  Think about 25 people you know personally.  One of them is likely to be a sociopath—a person without a conscience, a person who knows right from wrong but doesn’t care.  Did I get your attention? Continue reading Protect Yourself from Sociopaths at Work

Connecting Generations: Guest Dan Negroni Speaks

I am pleased to support my fellow Generations Expert and San Diegan, Dan Negroni, by sharing some of his tips with you in this post.

We all catch ourselves complaining about the “other” generation—millennials, boomers, Xers, you name it.  Dan says:

  • STOP pointing out problems and saying others are the problem.
  • START asking yourself, “What about me is not connecting and getting results? What am I doing to widen and maintain this gap?”

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