Leadership + Low Emotional Intelligence = Uber Horror Show

In this episode of The Leadership Journey podcast, Kelli McCauley takes a hard look at car transportation and food delivery app, Uber, through a leadership lens.

She examines how CEO, Travis Kalanick’s, “gangsta culture” at Uber has threatened a genius business.

The culture at Uber appears to be ruled by hubris, intimidation, fear and revenge where people lied, cheated, harassed and targeted Uber enemies and discriminated against others. The stories have been plain awful!

And, there are three reasons why. Listen in as Kelli breaks down the poisonous leadership dynamics at work within Uber…



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