Employee engagement; worker safety; the war for talent ... surely this should be an exceptional time to be employed anywhere in the world. And yet, when we scratch the surface, we so often find workplace abuses, a sense of disengagement, disillusionment, even cynicism, and a pervasive fear - of reprisal, of being held back, even of job loss and the personal and social devastation that can cause. More of us feel more pressure to perform and workplace stress than ever before, resulting in massive hidden costs - absenteeism, loss of productivity, and - more important for the long-term health of the economy - loss of creativity and innovation in parts of our workforce. Today's conversation is on toxic workplaces and how we can recognize them and then detoxify them to create productive, effective, results-oriented and healthy workplaces for everyone.
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#101: Bianca shares her experience working in toxic workplaces and having a micromanager. She shares how it affected her confidence and self worth, and what she had to do to recover and build herself back up again.Today, Bianca is a Content Strategist and Creator based in Toronto. She is also recently engaged and starting on a journey soon of being a digital nomad. Bianca's EbbsFear of showing up live on Instagram Imposter syndrome Toxic workplacesMoving citiesBeing micromanagedLosing confidence and self worthSelf sabotagingChanging careersBianca's GlowsBecoming a UGC Content Creator Building a businessLearning to put ego asideFinding a company that valued her growth and competence Gaining your confidence and self worth backLet's Connect!Looking for a Toronto Realtor?: Book An Intro CallJenelle Tremblett: Website | Instagram | TikTokPodcast: Website | Instagram | TikTokBianca Rhéaume: Instagram
MAJOR DAUGHTER IN CONVERSATION WITH SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR, EXECUTIVE COACH, AND LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST SCOTT ANDERSON Scott Anderson is the founder and CEO of Doubledare, an executive coaching and consulting practice that dares entrepreneurs and executives to fully live their unique talent, passion, and purpose. Since 1982, Anderson has managed closely-held family businesses, and launched four for-profit companies (sold them) and two not-for-profit organizations. Anderson received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a master's degree in clinical counseling, and is a licensed mental health therapist. He is also certified as an executive coach by The Coaches Training Institute and the International Coach Federation. In 2007, Anderson founded At Ease USA (www.AtEaseUSA.org) a research accelerator that develops and distributes leading-edge PTSD treatment technology for military families, first responders, survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and children recovering from abuse. Anderson published his first book, Playing Big, in 2013. http://www.doubledareyou.us/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/major-daughter/message
I have been fired from my dream job. In this episode I'm revealing the story of when I was fired and why I'm so grateful that I was! I'll tell you what I learned & the Red flags of the Toxic Workplace that you need to be aware of in the field of Social Work. Lastly, I'll cover when it's time for you to move on. This episode is for anyone who has been fired, who has been made to feel like you are less than, or who are wondering, "Is it just me?" ____________________________________ Tap Here to Subscribe to the Social Workers, Rise! Email Resource List ____________________________________ Thank you to our SPONSORS RISE Directory - A national directory of Clinical Supervisors who are looking to help the next generation of Clinical Social Workers GROW. Therapist Development Center (TDC) Homepage TDC Continuing Education Courses On The Edge of Life: An Introduction to Treating Suicidality Use the code SWRISE10 at checkout to receive 10% off Horse Therapy Centre of Canada Mention code SWRISE when you email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for up to $700 off certification. www.horsetherapycanada.com ________________________________
Another week, another episode! As we all know, dilemma talaga ng karamihan ang workplace toxicity. It can leave you feeling unproductive, overlooked, stressed and drained most of the time. Kaya naman kung isa ka sa mga taong nakakaranas o nakaranas ng isang toxic workplace environment, tune in and join our conversation with our guest, Anthony Pioray. - Ralf
Workplace culture is created by the people on your team, your leaders, and the written and unwritten rules that guide behavior. When these “norms” result in feeling psychologically unsafe or they get in the way of your being effective, it is toxic. Adam Grant says there are two fundamental tensions in organizational culture - the tension between results and relationship and the tension between rules and risk. When these tensions are out of balance, it leads to a toxic workplace. Grant says the first sin of a toxic workplace is bad behavior - or toxicity. What we are talking about here is disrespectful, demeaning and abusive behavior, people who are non-inclusive, unethical, cutthroat or overly competitive - and of course the list goes on. The workplace where these negative behaviors occur prioritizes results over relationships. This kind of behavior in the workplace is one of the drivers of the great resignation. If a workplace goes to the other side and flips the focus from results to relationships, we have the second sin, which is mediocracy. These workplaces value relationships above results to such a degree that people are not held accountable. There is no incentive to do a good job because whether you do a good job or a terrible job, the rewards are the same. The third deadly sin of the toxic workplace is bureaucracy. Bureaucracy helps up manage risk - and that is good. If a culture is focused on rules and procedures to manage risk, then there is no creativity, no change and no risk. As with mediocrity, there is no reward for efficiency, innovation and collaboration. The other side of bureaucracy is anarchy, the fourth sin of the toxic workplace. In a culture of anarchy, there is all risk and no rules. Anyone can do whatever they want, strategy and structure be damned. No one learns from the past or lands on the same page. It's pure chaos. Interpersonal relationships are difficult in a culture with no or few rules because everyone is on their own. Grant has some questions to ask before you take a job to determine culture - and these are great questions for us to ask ourselves about our current work situation: Tell me what happens here that does not happen in other places? Tell me about a time when people did not walk the talk here? Tell me a story about who gets hired, fired and promoted? Learning about workplace culture is vital before you take a job. For those of us who are currently in jobs, these questions can help us discern our discomfort and take action to address it - whether that means leaving a job, changing our attitudes, accepting what is - or even just getting affirmation that our discomfort is valid. Why Every Leader Needs to Worry About Toxic Culture Toxic Culture Is Driving the Great Resignation
Why is “quiet quitting” the best move for you? In today's episode, Emilie talks about the pros and cons of quiet quitting” depending on your current career stage, goals, and audience. Related Links:Check out today's blog post here Gallup's latest engagement surveyLevel Up, our leadership acceleratorHIRED, our job search acceleratorSee Emilie's feature in Business InsiderGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
More than 60 Million people working in the USA are affected by workplace bullying, according to the Workplace Bullying Institute. Whether it's sexual harassment, racial discrimination or other negative behaviors, a toxic workplace can be devastating to our self-confidence. I know, because it's happened to me more than once! Business Coach Zenica Chatman turned her own bullying experience into her business coaching specialty. Her six-week, virtual course, Surviving Corporate, is the first step to reclaiming your MOJO and getting "back in the saddle" after workplace setbacks. Listen here or your favorite podcast platform to learn how to recognize, survive and power back up to your full potential after toxic workplace experiences.
On today's episode, the NBA Investigation was made public about the Phoenix Suns toxic workplace and Allegations of racism and misogyny within the Phoenix Suns under Robert Sarver's 17-year tenure as owner. We discuss the major findings, the accountability measures within professional sports, and explain why Mark Cuban showed us what every professional sports owner is contemplating when it comes to accountability for toxic workplaces and removing owners Reporting for this story is courtesy of Baxter Holmes of ESPN Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver suspended, fined $10 million after investigation finds conduct 'clearly violated' workplace standards Phoenix Suns Report - WLRK Ashley ✨ she/her/hers on Twitter Mark Cuban of Dallas Mavericks rails against Donald Sterling, but not in favor of kicking out owner Dallas Mavericks: Inside the Corrosive Workplace Culture - Sports Illustrated CKSAML Productions Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 3: Kawhi Leonard – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 4: What Happened in 2018?? – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify Part 5: The Fall – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV50” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit This show is presented by ButcherBox Meat Delivery Subscription. Use our Code “BLEAV” at Checkout
A toxic work environment isn't a new thing, but now more than ever, unhappy employees are not putting up with it. They are leaving jobs even if they do not have a new job lined up. In a recent study by SHRM, 58% of employees quit a toxic workplace job because they value their mental health more than being unemployed. A toxic work environment can look the same, but they have different effects on an employee's wellbeing. Tiffany Atkinson joins the podcast to share her story of experiencing a toxic workplace culture while being on active duty in the Military. She opens up publicly to share her experience and the effects this played in her life post Military. She shares the signs to look for in your current or future company and how to handle it if you are currently seeing it.More about the GuestMeet Tiffany- Click To Learn MoreInstagram - @doyouknowtiffanyCONNECT WITH JILL30 Min Free Clarity Call: Ready to get unstuck?Free Discovery Chat Meet Jill: Wife - Boy Mom - Jesus Follower - Purpose Coach & SpeakerMeet Jill O'BoyleJoin My Newsletter: Inspiration delivered to your inbox every Monday!Newsletter - Click HereRate My Podcast: Your star ratings and reviews mean the world to me! Click Below.Rate My Podcast and Receive a Free Bonus GiftLet's Connect: Follow me on Social Mediahttps://linktr.ee/JillOBoyleLinkedIn Profile
In today's episode, Emilie welcomes back Amy Gallo, author of the new book: Getting Along and co-host of HBR's Women at Work podcast, to discuss how women can overcome microaggressions at work and build interpersonal resilience when dealing with difficult people. Related Links:Learn more about AmyGrab a copy of Amy's new book: Getting AlongEp 264: The Benefits of Conflict in the Workplace, with Amy Gallo Grab a copy of Emilie's book, Bossed UpLevel Up, our leadership accelerator HIRED, our job search accelerator Broadcasting Happiness by Michelle Gielan Join the Bossed Up Courage Community HBR's Women at Work podcastGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
Interviews! They're a doozy, and they're an integral part of the career process. Oftentimes, we are in the position of vying for their favor. But what if that workplace may not be the best fit for you? How can you find this out through the only outlet you have: interviews? We give you 8 red flags to watch out for when you're in the thick of interviewing, as people who've gone through countless interviews and have experienced the other side of the interview table.Episodes about the workplace & job hunting:188. Defining Our Job Requirements ft. Milyza Flores183. Your Guide to the Job Hunt117. Honoring your Values, Energy, & Worth While Job Searching: Catch up with Reina Murooka47. Advocating For Yourself, As Told by a Manager ft. Kevin J. NguyenHow to support bamboo & glass:
Subscribe if you love the DPM show! https://anchor.fm/drpsychmomshow/subscribe And you'll get all my awesome bonus episodes, most recent is on why going back to work can help some stay at home moms who feel overwhelmed/anxious/depressed! For more discussion about these topics, join my secret Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/becomesupporter/DrPsychMom For therapy, contact us at www.bestlifebehavioralhealth.com Follow me on TikTok! https://www.tiktok.com/@therealdrpsychmom and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqLm4xRaUeroBodFc-h4XDQ If you've been in multiple toxic work places, it's likely that there is internal deeper work you need to do to figure out why. In this episode, I discuss which types of people end up in these situations, how they relate to your family of origin and trait levels of sensitivity, and ways to reframe toxicity as a concept! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drpsychmomshow/message
This is a podcast within a podcast. I was invited by Eusebius McKaiser to take part in a podcast on this subject on his platform, In the Ring with Eusebius McKaiser. We are good friends, colleagues and mutual coaches. The motivation behind this episode was that we BOTH constantly have people sharing the pain the pain they experience as a result of a toxic workplace - very often as the result of having a boss from hell.We unpack this issue along with a few recommendations of how to survive this type of environment.Eusebius had such a great response to this episode that he kindly agreed to me repackaging it for my platform.Hope this helps you if you are in this position. Or will encourage you, if you are such a boss, to change NOW!
“In a toxic workplace, employees are not going to reach their full potential because they're afraid.”As employers compete for the best talent in our current competitive job market, many business owners are wondering how they can improve their company culture to attract and retain good employees. We've all heard the term “toxic workplace,” but how do you know if your company has become toxic? In this episode of HR in 15, Kelly Tavares, an HRBP at PrestigePEO, speaks with guest Ken McCarthy, President of Integrity by McCarthy, Inc. They discussed what exactly a toxic culture is, why it's important, and how to identify if your workplace has a toxic culture. Highlights Include: Risks of an unchecked toxic cultureWarning signs that you may have an unhealthy workplaceConsequences if you do not correct bad behavior in the workplace Have questions? PrestigePEO is always available to help with HR, employee benefits and payroll, and more. Call Us Today at 888-PEO-PEO1 or visit prestigepeo.com.Ken (he/him) retired from the Canadian Public Service in 2020 and created Integrity by McCarthy Inc. to raise the bar in how organizations prevent and resolve incidents of workplace harassment, violence, wrongdoing and fraud. He has seen the devastating consequences on individuals and organizations and set out to make a difference. Ken has led a workplace investigation program for a workforce of over 15,000 employees. He has also provided executive oversight in more than 500 workplace investigations and has designed and delivered investigation training sessions to 500 front-line managers. Ken is based in Ottawa, Ontario.
How do you know if your workplace is toxic? Well, if you know, you work there then you can feel it. Having words to describe it helps too! So, this week on the show, we are doing just that. Listen to learn more about the 6 signs of a toxic workplace. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kimregis/message
In Part 1 I talk tooth trauma! If you know, you know. For many of us the dentist's chair is the last place we want to find ourselves. I share a recent distressing dental experience and use it to discuss how anxiety manifests differently in different people. In Part 2 I answer a listener question about how to deal with a toxic workplace. I explain that all organizations exist on a spectrum of toxicity and then walk through how to decide whether poor mental health is the price the listener is willing to pay to keep her job. In Part 3 Taylor joins me to discuss Netflix' Keep Sweet, Prey and Obey. To submit a question, you can email it or send a voice recording of your question to be played on the podcast to email@example.com LINKS Taylor Wallis - https://www.instagram.com/taylorwallis/ The Advanced Bitchifesto - https://www.advancedbitches.com/the-bitchifesto Advanced Bitches Bingo - https://www.advancedbitches.com/bingo-instructions Keep up with me: https://www.instagram.com/advancedbitches/ https://www.advancedbitches.com/membership https://www.tiktok.com/@advancedbitches https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCND6RMWO-erRUYMXVOAynWQ My books: The Irreverent Grief Guide: How to F*cking Survive Months 1-3 https://amzn.to/3sZYalY The Irreverent Trust Guide: How to Trust Again after Past Trauma F*cked You Up https://amzn.to/3JJbIKA Produced by Wowow
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Today, I'm joined by Anna who has chosen the texts we'll be talking about this week: 1) A Toxic Work Culture Is Forcing High-Performing People to Quit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/toxic-work-culture-forcing-high-performing-people-quit-tim-denning/?trackingId=CqTCoCpw9oKthtgbDBYD2A%3D%3D Extra Reading (also chosen by Anna): 2) Do you feel burnt out? It's not just about working too much https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/feb/01/burnout-not-just-about-working-too-much 3) Your work is not your god: welcome to the age of the burnout epidemic https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2022/jan/06/burnout-epidemic-work-lives-meaning I recommend reading these articles before listening to the conversation (that's what this podcast is all about, after all) but the chat will still make sense if you don't! Download the Transcript: You can download the transcript for this episode here: www.rhiannonelt.com/deep-talk-podcast If you want to use the transcript and/or the podcast audio for more focussed language practice, you'll find a whole host of self-study activities on my website to help you. Get in Touch: Join my mailing list here: www.rhiannonelt.com Follow me on Instagram: @rhiannonelt Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I will be discussing why as Black women we accept crumbs instead of an apology that consists of acceptance and accountability. Why as Black Women do we allow those outside of our community to continuously use us and our trauma to make money. Why are we all too willing to see self appointed allies as Messiahs' of social justice. What is clear is the weaponisation of 'be kind' and mental health to evade accountability. The issue isn't where one sticks their foot or their pursuits in the bedroom. It is about racism and the use of racism by night and the pretence of allieship by day.We will also be discussing how to protect your job from those seeking to piggy-back on your shoulders to advance their careers.This episode also includes x2 dilemmasReferenced Podcast Episode: 'B.A.M.E - Our Racial Experiences are not the same: Defining & Clarifying Boundaries'.https://open.spotify.com/episode/408YzZFKrkIiPJS0Fa1YL8?si=MXoKov3lQiCU4vukK7EIFQEmail me: email@example.com Twitter: @toya_w (#ToyaTalksPodcast) Snapchat: @toyawashington Instagram: @toya_washington & @toya_talks YouTube: At Home With Toya https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbXlRNLSYLuA9GbPB8cUYvQ www.toyatalks.com https://toyatalks.com/
So, picture this: you're in your 20s and starting a new job, job searching, in school, or working. Maybe you have tons of support from family. Maybe you don't. So what does that look like when we also have to be our own person? How about when we have a partner? So many of these questions come up for young people today! We think to ourselves.. "OMG my partner just graduated, but I haven't yet." "I'm supposed to love my 20s, but I hate my job!!" "I feel so alone because everyone is in a different place than me." Think of this as a Part 2 to my episode on Post-Grad, where I share with you how adulthood has looked so far for me and my partner. Stay tuned for more! CLICK THE BELL TO TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS SO YOU'RE THE FIRST TO KNOW. SIGN UP FOR MY EMAIL LIST AT MAYATERSIGNI.COM FOLLOW @MAYATERSIGNI AND @VIBECULTIVATE ON INSTAGRAM --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maya915/support
This is a replay episode from 2021 with the brilliant Cate Sevilla! She is currently editor in chief of Huffington Post UK and author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind. The book is a relatable and reassuring guide to the messy, stressful and sometimes bizarre side of work that everyone experiences but no one talks about. I loved this book because it's for people who don't necessarily want work to take over their lives, people who don't necessarily want to keep climbing a ladder or taking over the world, it's for people who simply would like to be a bit happier at work every day. If you enjoyed this conversation, please do leave a little review somewhere! Thank you!My Substack page, come and say hi: https://thehyphen.substack.com/Check out Cate's book: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/153/9780241988992My books: https://uk.bookshop.org/contributors/emma-gannonBooks mentioned on Ctrl Alt Delete podcast: https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/books-mentioned-on-ctrl-alt-delete-podcastTwitter: Twitter.com/emmagannonInstagram: Instagram.com/emmagannonuk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We either been in one, know someone who's been in one, or are in one now. Toxic workplaces are everywhere, draining you of your energy, enthusiasm and self-worth. Liana Kerzner talks to Dr. Paul White about how to survive the nasty environments.
KINGDOM KEYSWhat Are You Feeding On? | Dr. Khaalida Forbes - https://youtu.be/vYcNeN_N6Dwtimestamps1:10 - let's talk workplace challenges 4:15 - fitting in a new workplace / making friends 11:11 making mistakes 12:36 - time management 19:06 - unpleasant coworkers (bullies)21:12 - office gossipers 25:28 - problems w/ your boss27:41 - don't fixate, advance the kingdom29:41 - why I stopped working as a GYN MA37:42 - my new job as a PEDS MA46:02 - why I Quit AGAIN50:11 - kingdom keys51:51 - guided affirmations 54:40 - you can't break my soul episode affirmationsToday, I will concentrate on taking one step forward, however small it may be.Every morning I wake up, I am given a new opportunity to learn and grow.Each new phase of my life allows me to grow as a person.I receive the lessons from each experience with a grateful mindset.I am proud of myself for staying calm and positive.I remain at peace even in this difficult moment. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode! If you enjoyed it, please subscribe! You can do so on Spotify, Apple Podcast, or wherever you listen to your podcasts! If you're not already watching the pod, don't forget there are accompanying video podcasts on my YouTube channel Beauty and Brains, so join me over there and subscribe to that channel as well! You can follow me on instagram and TikTok @BrelynnHunt or visit my website: brelynnhunt.com for weekly podcast updates or to contact me to share your story.Until next time, be sure to live each day to the fullest because you only live once, and give yourself some grace! We all are just a work in progress.send me a messageIf you have any feedback on the podcast, please let me know on Instagram or send me a message below. If you enjoyed the show, please share it with your friends and family and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! It really helps :)
Welcome to the Her Next Career Move podcast! This project has been a long time in the making, and we're so excited to finally share it with you! Today we get right into the #realtalk about Jasmine's own experience working in toxic workplaces and why she stayed in them. While there are a variety of ways a workplace can be toxic, the reason why we stay in them is usually guided by the same thing: fear. Together, let's name the fear. We'll cover a variety of fears that she has seen in her clients over the years, as well as concrete questions that you can take to do some serious reflecting. -------------------------- In today's episode, we cover: Why Jasmine started this podcast What you can expect in the next few episodes Tangible ways to face your fears Her experience working in toxic workplaces (and why she stayed) What makes a workplace toxic How to reflect on your work environment ----------------------- RESOURCES: Download your https://winning-experimenter-2613.ck.page/7cc54bedbf (FREE Spotting Toxic Workplaces Guide) ----------------------- Let's connect! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasmineescaleracoaching/ (@JasmineEscaleraCoaching) & https://www.instagram.com/hernextcareermove_/ (@HerNextCareerMove_) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasmine-escalera/ (Jasmine Escalera, Ph.D) Are you ready to support women of color to flourish in the workplace, and gain respect and credit? https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezFk5Na2LdPUprSlls4dZyXhEDVeQBiEbUV1jcXx7bDYSpTA/viewform (Book) Dr. Jasmine for your next event! https://www.jasmineescalera.com/ (www.jasmineescalera.com)
Let's talk about workplace trauma. Whether you've experienced or are experiencing a toxic workplace, there could be traumas that are sticking with you in your next career moves. In today's episode, Dr. Jasmine shares her personal journey of healing from traumatic workplaces. She opens up about the things she had to give herself to let go of limiting beliefs and finally feel empowered to leave these toxic environments once and for all. Healing and finding a workplace that truly values you is possible. -------------------------- In today's episode, we cover: How Jasmine kicked off her 40th birthday year The importance of healing How a toxic workplace can be traumatic Jasmine's healing journey from workplace trauma The 3 things she had to give herself to truly heal ----------------------- RESOURCES: Download your https://winning-experimenter-2613.ck.page/7cc54bedbf (FREE Spotting Toxic Workplaces Guide) https://www.amazon.com/Right-Within-Racial-Trauma-Workplace/dp/1541619625/ (Right Within: How to Heal From Racial Trauma in the Workplace) by: Minda Harts ----------------------- Let's connect! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasmineescaleracoaching/ (@JasmineEscaleraCoaching) & https://www.instagram.com/hernextcareermove_/ (@HerNextCareerMove_) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasmine-escalera/ (Jasmine Escalera, Ph.D) Are you ready to support women of color to flourish in the workplace and gain respect and credit? https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezFk5Na2LdPUprSlls4dZyXhEDVeQBiEbUV1jcXx7bDYSpTA/viewform (Book) Dr. Jasmine for your next event! https://www.jasmineescalera.com/ (www.jasmineescalera.com)
The medical system can be grueling and often toxic, as Dr Neela Janakiramanan knows first hand. The surgeon and author discusses how she survived her initial years of training and shares her lessons for dealing with a toxic workplace. WANT MORE FROM NEELA? Neela's novel The Registrar (Allen & Unwin, $32.99) is out now, see more here. You can catch her on Twitter @NeelaJan, or via her site. WANT MORE BODY + SOUL? Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley. On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV, here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Does the perfect doctor actually exist? Yes, they can, says Dr Neela Janakiramanan. The surgeon and author shares exactly how to get the most out of your next doctor's visit. WANT MORE FROM NEELA? To hear today's full interview, where she discusses working in toxic hospital environments and how she got through...search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. Neela's novel The Registrar (Allen & Unwin, $32.99) is out now, see more here. You can catch her on Twitter @NeelaJan, or via her site. WANT MORE BODY + SOUL? Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley. On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV, here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BONUS: Why people do bad things: a shadow work analysis of sexism, racism, homophobia, toxic workplace culture and how you can help change the world. Today's bonus episode is a BIG one. Please be aware that the topics I speak on may feel triggering, uncomfortable and upsetting, however, this is the truth of why I see shadow work is SO important and will help change the world if we do this work. Take a breath, notice if your mind wants to shut down because you start feeling like a ‘bad person' and remember that you're not, you're just a human - and this is the point of this work, to notice, and integrate so it doesn't run you. Tune in to learn: What happens when we suppress our shadow Why we suppress it Examples of how it can play out covertly and overtly Why your work REALLY matters If you want to test your own unconscious bias (what I discussed during the episode) please follow this link: https://www.diversityaustralia.com.au/services/test-your-own-unconscious-bias/ If you want to do shadow work with me, join IGNITE: https://completebycaitlin.com/ignite Please share this episode and work with people - it's here to change the world.
When someone criticizes you in front of other people, here's what you can say. ✔️ How to respond to overly critical comments. ✔️ When to respond immediately vs. wait. ✔️ How to leverage your anger to speak up. Links: Find Courage To Speak Your Mind In These 9 Episodes: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/048-find-courage-to-speak-your-mind-in-these-9-episodes 10 Real-life Incredible Examples of How Assertive Communication Can Boost Your Career: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/044-10-real-life-inspiring-examples-of-how-assertive-communication-can-boost-your-career 8 Questions To Find Out If Your Emails Is Angry: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/8-questions-to-find-out-if-your-emails-is-angry 12 Questions To Know When To Ignore Criticism and Judgment: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/12-questions-to-know-when-to-not-take-judgment-seriously 6 Conflict Myths: Lies Teachers Like To Tell About Confrontation: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/029-6-conflict-myths-lies-teachers-like-to-tell-about-confrontation 5 Steps To Respond To Dismissive Comments: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/5-steps-to-respond-to-are-you-on-your-period-and-mistakes-to-avoid Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Communication Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter/ Assertive & Liked 10-Day Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/10daychallengeoffer Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915
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In this podcast episode, I'm joined by Phyllis Sarkaria, the author of the book Courageous Clarity. A book geared toward leaders in the workplace. I invited Phyllis to share her thoughts on navigating the way forward in your leadership journey. Guiding leaders who want to inspire, influence, and engage their teams for greater results. Listen as we discuss problem-solving from a place of inner curiosity and a desire to learn more rather than what's been ingrained in us from the past - that we must have all the answers.With more than 30 years of leadership experience, Phyllis is a certified coach, facilitator, and trusted adviser. Before founding The Sarkaria Group, Phyllis served as an internal adviser and coach to C-level executives and other key employees at Quidel Corporation, a leading medical diagnostics manufacturer. Phyllis currently works with clients in a wide range of industries, serving as a catalyst to help leaders and teams gain fresh perspectives and elevate their performance by building capacity within themselves to solve problems. Author of Courageous Clarity: Navigating The Way Forward On Your Leadership Journey, the essential guide for leaders who want to inspire, influence, and engage their teams for greater results, Phyllis is also a published scholar on authentic leadership. In this episode, we discuss:Tips on how you can get courageous clarity as a leader. How the spirit of discovery opens up magic possibilities for leaders.Ways to recognize nonverbal indicators that help you navigate their workplace.How to know when it's time to leave a toxic workplace.Resources from this episode:Win a free download of the Courageous Clarity book. To enter the drawing email me your feedback about this episode at firstname.lastname@example.orgGet your copy of the Courageous Clarity book Book - Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and LeadershipConnect with Phyllis:Send an email to email@example.comVisit sarkariagroup.comLinkedInQuote“As a leader, you need to know yourself. Self-awareness is absolutely key. Once you have a better sense of yourself, it's easier to then engage and use tools to build trust, learn more about others and collaborate in a productive manner.” - Phyllis SarkariaConnect with Amy: Sign up for: Create A Burnout Free Team & WorkplaceFree Activity: Three Steps To Love Your Job & Life TodayWork With AmyInstagram: @createmagicatworkWebsite: https://createmagicatwork.net/
In the workplace, I have long accepted that there is no such thing as a perfect job or workplace. Workplaces often thrive in toxicity breeding fear and control. I will always seek balance and peace because no workplace is perfect.In this episode, I discuss and conclude Florence who decided to attempt to discredit me and called into question my integrity her sole motivation was to abuse her position because she does not like consultants. After a Letter Before Action.....The organisation has agreed on an out-of-court settlement. Our greatest superpower is being underestimated.Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @toya_w (#ToyaTalksPodcast) Snapchat: @toyawashington Instagram: @toya_washington & @toya_talks YouTube: At Home With Toya https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbXlRNLSYLuA9GbPB8cUYvQ www.toyatalks.com https://toyatalks.com/
Certified life coach Kim Perone trains mindful leaders in her coaching groups. Learn the qualities of mindfulness and its applicability in the workplace. If you are an employee, a manager, or business owner, you will want to listen to this episode! The future of work is mindful. Please leave a review of the podcast where you can! Learn more about us at www.SlightlyUnmeditated.com or reach out to us on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube Check us and some other great spirituality podcasts on FeedSpot's 100 Best Spiritual Podcasts You Must Follow list.Support the show
Work is stressful enough without the added office drama. In episode 1 of "The Imaginable Workplace" podcast, hear first-hand accounts from employees and learn what you can do about it from Jackie Cañiza, managing partner at Haraya Coaching. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amanda Seales and her co-hosts JeremiahLikeTheBible and Taj Rani discuss toxic workplace environments, reparations, & Lil Nas X being snubbed from the BET awards and are joined by legendary comedian & radio host Earthquake. Like Smart, Funny & Black? SiriusXM subscribers get it a day early, plus Kevin Hart's Laugh Out Loud Radio, his 24/7 comedy channel, with great talk shows and stand-up. Stream SiriusXM Free for 3 Months. Offer Details apply.https://www.siriusxm.com/offers/3-lol-radio.
In this episode, Kathryn speaks with Anne Cortina Perry of Jenner & Block, and how she balances her work at the firm, her personal life, developing her practice area, and even writing her book of business. Anne shares her transition from going to law school to her path to partnership, and her own advice to people who want to take the same path. She also runs down the different red flags in a toxic work environment and how the development of the culture risk and sensitive investigations practice can help a firm. Episode Resources https://jenner.com/people/AnneCortinaPerry https://www.linkedin.com/in/anne-cortina-perry-b1904a15 Episode Highlights Why Anne decided to go to law school What her path to partnership is like Advice to people to fit in or do well at a law firm How her work at Jenner appeals to her The development of the culture risk and sensitive investigations practice and what are the legal risks it is designed to do What the red flags are in a toxic work environment How she maintains the balance between her work at Jenners, her personal life, developing her practice area, her billable hours, and her book of business How the pandemic impacted the big law What were your experiences like before people cared about flexibility and still staying in that partnership? The highs and lows: The best of the best and the worst of the worst parts of her career Subscribe, Share and Review To get the next episode subscribe with your favorite podcast player. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Leave a review on Apple Podcasts
In today's episode, Emilie chats with Tessa West, an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University and author of Jerks at Work, a new book about how to navigate the day-to-day realities of working with toxic colleagues. Related Links:Learn more about TessaGrab a copy of Jerks at WorkEnroll in Level Up, our leadership acceleratorEp 31: Giving Effective FeedbackEp 206: How to be the Best People ManagerEp 268: How to Lead with Emotional IntelligenceEp 343: Got a Bad Boss? How to Manage Up EffectivelyEp 147: Toxic Workplace Warning SignsEp 292: How to Leave a Toxic Workplace BehindDownload our FREE Job Search Guide & Negotiation Guide Join the Courage Community on FacebookGot a boss move you'd like to share? Schedule a call to chat with Emilie!Got a career conundrum you want me to cover on the podcast? Leave me a voicemail at 910-668-BOSS(2677) or shoot us an email at email@example.com.
Christian Podcast Live with Beto Gudino presents our guest: Al Lopus CEO and founder of Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI) Helps Christian organizations set the standard as the best, most effective workplaces in the world. Al Lopus. Road to flourishing. Eight keys to boost employee engagement and well-being. Get the book here: https://www.ivpress.com/al-lopus SHOP CHRISTIAN PODCAST EMOJI MERCH: https://www.christianpodcast.com/shop/ DOWNLOAD OUR APP: https://www.christianpodcast.app CHRISTIAN PODCAST SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.tiktok.com/@xtianpodcast https://www.youtube.com/christianpodcast https://www.facebook.com/XtianPodcast/ https://twitter.com/xtianpodcast https://www.instagram.com/xtianpodcast/ ADD CHRISTIAN PODCAST CHANNEL ON ROKU TV: https://channelstore.roku.com/de-de/details/c32b2ed51da0fcd2096003289b059377/christian-podcast SPONSORS: Soundstripe Royalty Free Music | Copyright Safe Music, SFX & Video Enter Promo Code: ChristianPodcast for a 10% Discount in your subscription. https://soundstripe.com?fpr=christianpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christianpodcast/message
After graduating business college, Khloe's professor offers her a position at his company. He paints the position to be one that will jumpstart her career in the industry in which she studied. She excitedly accepts the offer only to realize the position is nothing as he described and the workplace functions in silos under his micromanagement. She witnesses a darker side to her professor. After an inappropriate comment he makes to her colleague, she quickly puts in her two weeks notice and with some luck she receives another job offer shortly after... what she doesn't realize is she is diving right into another toxic workplace.
Let's talk about having confident conversations and how “perception becomes reality”. Specifically, how people can create a reality of narrative about you, why they may see you a certain way and your role in the conversation.
Michael Schoettle has forty years of experience working with people managing their careers. As a Partner of Heidrick & Struggles, a leading global executive search firm, he placed executives in client organizations. He then created and co-managed a course and career coaching program for Executive MBAs at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. In addition, he volunteered for five years at the non-profit Chrysalis, teaching “Job Prep” to felons recently out of prison. Earlier in his career, he worked in sales and marketing for five different business units of Xerox Corporation.His experiences taught him how people get jobs and the importance of relating well to the people and culture of the organization and concentrating on the moment and not something in the future.Book & WebsiteLinkedinAbout Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship” Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all. However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent.Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal! Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods. But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.” They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problem, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems!Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about SarahContact Sarah
Molly Fletcher shares two short posts covering why you aren't as good of a leader as you think you are, and four characteristics of a toxic workplace Episode 590: You're Not as Good a Leader as You Think You Are AND 4 Characteristics of a Toxic Workplace by Molly Fletcher Too many leaders, teams, and organizations are stuck. Instead of achieving greatness, they remain stagnant, failing to reach their potential. That's where Molly Fletcher comes in. She is a trailblazer in every sense of the word– a rare talent of business wisdom, relationship brilliance and unwavering optimism. A popular keynote speaker, she shares the unconventional techniques that helped her thrive as one of the first female sports agents in the high stakes, big ego world of professional sports and now a successful entrepreneur. The original posts are located here: https://mollyfletcher.com/leadership-ego/ & https://mollyfletcher.com/4-characteristics-toxic-workplace/ Indeed is the #1 source of hires in the U.S., according to TalentNest. Go to Indeed.com/STARTUP to claim your $75 credit. Offer good for a limited time Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, Morgan From Australia joins the show to talk about the Al Horford game, how much fun the 76ers vs Heat series is, and why I'm starting to fall in love with this weird Dallas Mavericks team. Also, we talk about Tyrann Mathieu, the Chicago Cubs, and how terrible the 2017 NBA Draft class was between Jayson Tatum at #3 and Donovan Mitchell at #13. I also have a whole bunch of stats about how the Miami Heat have let Philadelphia back into the series, and I break down the story that Mark Davis Fired Las Vegas Raiders Team President for Reporting a Toxic Workplace to the NFL CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
In this Monday Mini episode we share bonus content! Host Paola Soares speaks with Toxic Relationship expert Sarah K. Ramsey. As a coach and host of the globally-acclaimed podcast Toxic Person Proof and her newest podcast Problem Solved: Decision Made. Sarah who has been coaching women on how to become toxic person proof for years, found that an interesting thing was happening as a side effect to her toxic person proof coaching.The women she was working with started getting promotions, salary raises and seeing lots of growth in their career all because of one of the principles she was teaching them which was how to become better at making decisions! Time and again this would happen so though she is the queen of helping people become toxic proof she is now opening up what she teaches to the masses and teaching people how to make better decisions which is what last week's episode was about. As working in toxic work environments and working with toxic bosses or colleagues is becoming more and more common, we couldn't miss the opportunity to ask her about this fascinating topic that she is so well versed in. So in today's Monday Mini you are going to get bonus content on how to identify when a person is truly toxic and advice on dealing with a toxic person. Connect with Sarah SarahkRamsey.com Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed But First, She Failed FB Community Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, all! This before I get into the questions this week, I talk a bit about my personal situation. Unfortunately, I had a breakup with a partner of mine and I share some of the realizations that I had in the process as well as my protocol for making it through this sort of hardship. After that, I jump into the following awesome listener questions: I have had bipolar I for a long time, but started getting a new symptom of paranoid thoughts over the past few years. Why might this be happening? My workplace and coworkers are toxic, but I am a non-confrontational person. What can I do about it? As always, you can send me your questions to email@example.com and find the show notes at http://duffthepsych.com/episode296 This episode is brought to you by Ana Luisa Jewelry and Policygenius Ana Luisa has amazing quality gold jewelry at affordable prices. Perfect for Mother's day or any time you want to spoil a loved one in your life (including yourself). Right now, Ana Luisa is doing a buy one, get one 40% off promotion. Check it out at https://shop.analuisa.com/duff Shopping for insurance can be a confusing nightmare, but with the licensed experts at Policygenius, it doesn't have to be quite as scary. They work for you, not the insurance companies, to help gather the best options at the best price points. Head over to http://policygenius.com and answer a few questions to get your free quotes today!