Introduction - Corporate Psychopaths as Organisational Destroyers The Origins of Corporate Psychopaths Corporate Psychopaths, Bullying, Conflict and Unfair Supervision in the Workplace The Influence of Corporate Psychopaths on Corporate Social Responsibility and Organisational Commitment to Employees Corporate Psychopaths and Organisational Constraints Corporate Psychopaths and Workload Corporate Psychopaths and Job Satisfaction The Organisational Seniority of Corporate Psychopaths Corporate Psychopaths and Organisational Type Corporate Psychopaths and Withdrawal from Work Critical Incidents in the Behaviour of Corporate Psychopaths Encouragement of Corporate Psychopaths by Organisations 206 Corporate Psychopaths compared to other Dark Leadership Personalities: Antisocial Personalities, Dissocial Personalities, Psychotics, Sociopaths, Narcissists and Machiavellians The Corporate Psychopaths Theory of the Global Financial Crisis Ethical Issues Involving Corporate Psychopaths
CLIVE R BODDY has been studying the effects of Corporate Psychopaths as experienced by hundreds of managers over the past five years. This has included collecting information on the perceived levels of incidence of experiencing Corporate Psychopaths, collecting reports of critical incidents involving potential Corporate Psychopaths and more recently, collecting data on the effects of Corporate Psychopaths on organisational outcomes.
Prior to this he was previously a main board director and one of seven founder directors of a pan-regional, Asia-Pacific marketing services (market research) company which sold to a marketing conglomerate in 2002 for a reported US$80m. Subsequent to that he became an Associate Professor in Marketing at a large UK University and now holds two UK Visiting Professorships, in Marketing and Marketing Research respectively. He is a Chartered Marketer and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a Fellow of the Association of Tertiary Education Managers.