Let's Talk: How to Intervene When a Manager is Gaslighting Their Employees
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About the event
Gaslighting is a colloquialism that is loosely defined as making someone question their reality. The term is also used informally to describe someone who persistently puts forth a false narrative which leads another person to doubt their own perceptions to the extent that they become distressed.
Too many people suffer in silence. We are gaslighted, told that it is our fault for the pain inflicted on us by these toxic managers. Some of us are put on PIPs (Performance Improvement Plans), not as a way to "improve" but as a means for HR to protect the toxic manager and the "company" from liability.
When high performers become quiet and disinterested and are then labeled low performers, we as leaders must understand why.
During this call, Mita Mallick will discuss findings from her article, "How to Intervene When a Manager is Gaslighting Their Employees," recently published in Harvard Business Review.
Join our next Let's Talk: How to Intervene When a Manager is Gaslighting Their Employees on October 6, 2022:
- 2 pm- 3 pm PST San Francisco, CA
- 5 pm- 6 pm EST New York, NY
- 10 pm - 11 pm GMT, London, UK
- 7 am - 8 am KST, Seoul, South Korea
Mita Mallick is a corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses. She believes companies have a responsibility to make social impact. She gives innovative ideas a voice and serves customers and communities with purpose. She is currently the head of inclusion, equity, and impact at Carta and is a top LinkedIn voice of 2020. As the former Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Marketing at Unilever, Mita's efforts to build an inclusive culture have been celebrated. Under her leadership, Unilever was gender-balanced at manager level and above. Unilever was named the #1 Company for Working Mothers by Working Mother Media in 2018 and the #2 for Best Employers for Women in 2020 by Forbes. Mita also co-created the first of its kind Cultural Immersions series to increase the cultural competency of marketers, training over 5,000 marketers to date.