Webinar: Trust Building®
as Tonic for Toxic Workplaces and Bad Bosses
Toxic workplaces are obviously unhealthy mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually to leaders and their employees. There is also a heavy financial cost. One in five Americans have left their jobs in the past five years due to a toxic workplace or bad boss. This cost is an estimated $223 billion in recruitment, according to a recent SHRM report on workplace culture.
A toxic workplace culture is the result of multiple layers of broken trust and betrayals starting with top leadership. 76% of people surveyed say their manager sets the culture. When a leader, who is self-serving, throws a tantrum, yells and screams at his/her people, they set the stage for an unhealthy and unproductive work environment. People will respond doing what they have to get by and/or they leave for another job. The company and leadership do not get the best that people can offer.
What is not so obvious is that these workplaces are often the result of the accumulation of minor, unintentional betrayals that add up and become major betrayals. These betrayals may not get addressed, but they do not get unnoticed. Small but hurtful situations accumulate over time into the confidence-busting, commitment-breaking, energy-draining patterns. What is important is how you respond.
No matter your vantage point, this working session offers a proven process to heal pain, rebuild trust and renew the spirit of relationships. This compassionate, practical approach will help you reframe the experience, take responsibility, forgive, let go and move on. You will feel safe to give yourself and your organization your best thinking, highest intention, calculated risk-taking and creativity.
Participants will learn:
- The specific steps to rebuild trust in your professional and personal relationships, particularly during these challenging times.
- A scientific approach to restoring trust and renewing the vitality of your relationships.
- The accumulative effect of small ways trust is broken and that 90% of broken trust is unintentional.
- 2-3 opportunities to rebuild trust where needed and grow your trustworthy leadership.
- How Rebuilding Trust is key to transforming trust and creating a workplace where people want to work and want to produce.