Why we elect Narcissistic Leaders

June 18, 2019
Hosted by Kimberli J. Lewis

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There is increase worldwide in High Conflict Personalities (HPC). Is it the media, the extreme competition, the global economy, video games and movies or a combination of all of the above? It sometimes seems that HPC, narcissistic and sociopathic behaviours are dominating our boardrooms and the political arena, but we are the ones putting them there. The traits that accompany these personalities have been widely studied, and there is some evidence that these people are more likely to succeed in attaining leadership positions and are more likely to be elected in politics explaining is why we are seeing more and more of them in such positions. But is this good for our nations, companies and ourselves? In this episode we discuss how narcissists, HPC behaved individuals and sociopaths are not sneaking their way into our lives, how we can recognize them and what to do about it.

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Kimberli J. Lewis

Kimberli J. Lewis

Globalization and technology have changed the way we do business, consequently shifting the core leadership skills and values that are needed today. Leaders today not only focus on the immediate operative needs of a business but also on the global and diverse organizations they lead if they want to drive long-term success. Being able to engage employees, regardless of gender, cultural, generational or ethnical background is a must and Kimberli J. Lewis is passionate about this.

Kimberli has over 20 years of C level management experience across multiple industries and has lived in or worked in over 18 countries. She has 25 years’ cross-cultural executive management experience in Europe, Russia, USA, and the Middle East. She has over 29 International awards in marketing and leadership in her pocket, along with degrees from Webster, George Washington University and Harvard. She is a certified executive and systemic team coach. Kimberli specializes in cross-cultural leadership training, diversity implementation and leadership training for women and provides training and consulting for several international companies. Kimberli is the author of “Ponytale Talk, It’s All About You! Winning career strategies for Women.”

Kimberli currently serves as Board member of the Search and Information Industry Association, Europe. She is an American national, owner of the international company Global Business Therapy s.r.o. and partner of the Academy of Executive Coaching London.

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