Coming down hard on employees or expecting them to fend for themselves when they complain is equally damaging.
Losing your job is a traumatic event. It also consists of the fear of what to do next and a loss of identity that is part of your career.
Often a lack of engagement with employees is usually a sure sign that a toxic culture is in place. This often stems from senior leadership.
Stay safe and remember the fundamental principle of business your employees and teams are your greatest resource, so treat them well.
When workers have the sense that they are a part of the organization, they are more likely to get involved with the beliefs and goals.
State and local governments should consider enhancing communications to employees on the value of the benefits that they provide.
Define, align, and refine – these are the elements that make up our proven three-phase culture refinement process.
A toxic work environment makes you feel psychologically unsafe. You feel like you could be punished or rejected at any unknown time.
For leaders and for those aspiring to leadership, the pursuit of excellence in leadership and governance, should not be an ambitious pipe dream.