Hypocrisy is not hard to miss. Sometimes is at family gatherings, politics, work and countless other places. On the receiving end, however, some may say it does not bother them a bit while others want to call it out. Stressing out over the hypocrisy of a co-worker or the actions of a manager can create not only anxiety, stress but also disengagement. This unquestionably affects productivity. So, how do you manage hypocrisy at work and how do you know when it is appropriate to call someone out?
Founder & Owner, Arturo has over 30 years of professional experience in management, sales development & training and diversity & inclusion. He has worked in 23 countries including cities such as Seoul, Montreal, Tokyo, London, Moscow, Sao Paulo, Madrid, Rome, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Dubai, and in 45 U.S. states. His professional experience includes a diverse background in various industries such as executive in a Fortune 500 company, administrator for a state agency and managing satellite locations for a community college. Arturo’s volunteer experience ranges from holding the position of Co-Chair Diversity Business Council at the Conference Board, Board Chair for INROADS Midwest Region, Strategy Planning committee member for MERS Goodwill Board to presenter at The Forum on Workplace Inclusion Conference. He holds a master's degree in International Business and is ABD in a doctoral management program on Management Theory & Practice. He is also fluent in Spanish. And his alma mater is Northern Arizona University.