This week we talked about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment.
You may have read the Amazon news recently about their toxic workplace culture. While not new news, the unfortunate fact is there are too many other “bullying” and undermining cultures in business today.
Like pollution, workplace bullying and harassment does not usually kill you right away, but an enormous amount of misery is caused — and time wasted — because of unkind words and behavior that cause hurt feelings that take a toll on workplace productivity and relative happiness.
All of us can take leadership roles in helping prevent and stop harmful behavior by example, create clear boundaries about what is and is not acceptable, and a plan for upholding these boundaries
A2. Workplace bullying and harassment causes a lack of trust and poor morale. #TChat
— Terri Klass (@TerriKlass) August 26, 2015
— Cyndy Trivella (@CyndyTrivella) August 26, 2015
A3: By creating and sustaining the culture of safety and respect from the very beginning, even if you're driving the bottom line. #TChat
— Kevin W. Grossman (@KevinWGrossman) August 26, 2015
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