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New Thinking at Berkeley Haas: Jerks, Narcissists, and their Impact on Organizations
January 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join Berkeley Haas Profs. Jennifer Chatman and Cameron Anderson for a conversation led by Prof. Don Moore about management lessons drawn from their recent research on toxic personalities and the damage they inflict. Chatman, a leading expert on organizational culture, has published several papers on the ways that narcissistic leaders weaken their organizations and cause long-lasting damage. Recent research by Anderson, who studies power and status, found that people with disagreeable personalities are prone to aggressively push ahead of others, but thwart their own careers through their lack of collaboration. Even so, both of these personality types are all too common in the ranks of management. How can organizations avoid the problems they create?
Prof. Jennifer Chatman, Berkeley Haas
Paul J. Corteste Distinguished Professor of Management & Associate Dean for Learning Strategies
Prof. Cameron Anderson, Berkeley Haas
Lorraine Tyson Mitchell Chair in Leadership & Communication II
Prof. Don Moore, Berkeley Haas
Lorraine Tyson Mitchell Chair in Leadership & Communication
About the series:
The “New Thinking at Berkeley Haas” series is hosted by faculty to highlight cutting-edge, high-level thinking and analysis on a range of topics around business, economics, and equity – during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. The series is streamed live on YouTube, where viewers can ask questions via chat.