Episode 63: The Dangers Of Workplace Ego with Leadership Coach Christie Garcia
In this episode of The Thinking Leader, Bryce Hoffman and Marcus Dimbleby talk with Christie Garcia, a Leadership Coach, Speaker, Facilitator, and Founder of the digital Mindful Choice Leadership Academy.
They explore the different facets of ego and its impact on the workplace. Christie explains the key symptoms of ego that often manifest in the workplace and how they can be detrimental to team dynamics and productivity. Christie shares insights on how to overcome Impostor Syndrome, which is a common struggle among high-achieving individuals. Bryce Christie and Marcus also examine the three types of egos and how identifying them can help individuals and teams navigate difficult situations.
Christie gives tips on how to get out of ego and how intellectual laziness can sometimes lead to narcissistic behavior, before examining how narcissism can play a role in running for political office, particularly the presidency.
In this episode:
- Key symptoms of ego in the workplace
- Understanding the difference between confidence and arrogance
- How to overcome the Impostor Syndrome
- The easiest way to get out of ego Narcissism
- and running for president.
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Bestselling business author Bryce Hoffman and agility expert Marcus Dimbleby talk about decision making, strategy, resilience and leadership with some of the world’s best CEOs, cognitive scientists, writers, and thinkers in this weekly podcast. Each episode offers new ideas and insights you can use to become a better leader and a better thinker – because bad leaders react, good leaders plan, and great leaders think!