Have you ever encountered a corporate predator? One thing is that predators can be very charming at first. They draw you in. If you are someone who relies on “vibes” when it comes to people and a predator can overcome that. They have learned a way to appear like a nice person who helps out. Brain scans of sociopaths, with emotional stimuli, says it goes to the analytical side of their brain, rather than just reacting like the rest of us.
In this episode, we look at how Carrie Toldstedt went from a Most Successful Woman to a corporate predator. We will discuss how she went from the head of Well's Fargo and #27 on Fortune's Most Powerful Women to being in charge of a division that gave 2 million, mostly unauthorized accounts for their customers and eventually forced to give back 67 million dollars.
We weave in personal stories, and at the end, we give tips on how to handle corporate predators in your life.
Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout
Dangerous Personalities by Joe Navarro - this includes the predator "checklist"
A New Day in a New Sector
The Oceans Continue to Rise
Stories About a World that Once Was
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