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Calendar of Events

Upcoming Rumbles/Rambles

October 20, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Conversation: Let’s Ramble
Topic: Psychological safety. What is it and why does it matters?
Your Debaters/Coaches: Nathalie Doré & Mirella De Civita
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Stefano Di Lollo

Nathalie Doré GHI Coach
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.

To view: Visit our GHI public pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, or YouTube.

November 24, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Conversation: Let’s Ramble
Topic: Leadership Beyond The Leader
Your Debaters/Coaches: Gabriela Nitu & Maryse Matta
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Stefano Di Lollo

Gabriela Nitu
Maryse Matta

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

To view: Visit our GHI public pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, or YouTube.

December 15, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Conversation: Let’s Ramble
Topic: The Workplace Engagement Crisis
Your Debaters/Coaches: Stefano Di Lollo & Garbriela Nitu
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Stefano Di Lollo

Stefano Di Lollo GHI Coach
Stefano Di Lollo
Gabriela 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.

To view: Visit our GHI public pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, or YouTube.

Previous Rumbles/Rambles

July 28, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Debate: Let’s Rumble
Topic: The value of 360 Feedback
Your Debaters/Coaches: Kim Miles & Mirella De Civita
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Nader Daou

Kim L. Miles
Mirella De Civita

Description: Whereas 360 feedback tools are quite common in leadership development, be it resolved that they can change the lives of people for the better. Kim Miles will argue for this. Mirella De Civita will argue against it.

 

Books and resources mentioned during live streaming:


RESOURCES
:

  1. The Birkman Method- visit https://birkman.com/the-birkman-method/
  2. The Hogan Assessments- visit https://www.hoganassessments.com/
  3. The Values in Action- visit https://www.viacharacter.org/

 

 

August 25, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Conversation: Let’s Ramble
Topic: The Future of Work
Your Debaters/Coaches: Gabriela Nitu & Enza Cignarella
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Stefano Di Lollo

Gabriela Nitu
Enza Cignarella GHI coach
Enza Cignarella

Description: Organizations around the world are on a quest to find the right answers in relation to the Future of Work. Before landing on these answers, now would be the time to pause to consider the questions we are asking beyond “where to do our work?”

While we cannot predict the future, coaches are trained to ask some powerful questions. Join us as we share our insights this evolving topic.”

To view: Visit our GHI public pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, or YouTube.

September 15, 2022 12:30 pm

Time: 12h30 to 13h00 (30 mins)
Format: Conversation: Let’s Ramble
Topic: Let’s set the record straight on psychopathology in the business world
Your Debaters/Coaches: Nathalie Doré & Mirella De Civita
Technology/Software/Platform: Streamyard (live streaming on multiple platforms)
Producer (behind the scenes): Stefano Di Lollo

Nathalie Doré GHI Coach
Nathalie Doré
Mirella De Civita

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.

To view: Visit our GHI public pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, or YouTube.

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