Thought Leaders Series:Rampant narcissism, loss of motivation and engagement, deteriorating mental health | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Thought Leaders Series:Rampant narcissism, loss of motivation and engagement, deteriorating mental health

Are you feeling sad and lonely? Spending too much time scrolling TikTok? Has your dog started rejecting you for a neighbor?

Using his well-established Intentional Change Theory (ICT) and complexity theory, Richard has continued to research how people and organizations engage in sustainable, desired change. The theory predicts how changes occur in different groups of human organizations, including team, community, country and global change. Ongoing research supporting this theory includes developing new and better measures of an individual’s emotional, social and cognitive intelligence as well as studies that demonstrate the relationship between these abilities and performance, and fMRI studies to establish neuro-endocrine arousal of coaching to the Positive Emotional Attractor and resonant leadership.


Contact Information:
Patricia Petty
Assoc. Director, MPOD and Change Mgt.
patricia.petty@case.edu

Monday, Dec. 5, 2022 from noon to 1 p.m.
Speaker(s): Richard Boyatzis, PhD
Sponsored by: MS in Positive Organization Development and Change Program
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