Toxic leaders affect companies, and governments. How to deal with them

Toxic leadership is characterised by a number of familiar traits: unwillingness to take feedback, lying or inconsistency, cliquishness, autocracy, manipulation, intimidation, bullying, and narcissism. The toxic leader can – if allowed to run rampant for long enough – destroy organisational structures over time and bring down an entire organisation. This applies to countries too.

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5 Ways to Make It Safe for Employees to Speak Up

It’s not easy, but the results will be very well worth your effort.
Creating an environment dedicated to open and honest communication is a very difficult task, especially if you’re approaching it as a leader outside of the office’s circle of tight-knit employees.
But while creating a safe office environment is challenging for any leader, it can be accomplished with intention, thought, and planning. The results will be very well worth your effort. Read up on 5 ways how.

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Organizational Distrust Is Rampant: Why Leaders Should Be Worried

Distrust is rampant. It’s worldwide. It’s pervasive across all types of organizations in the business world. Even though the trust of CEOs is at an all-time low, we can help heal the distrust that may exist in your organization and boost your trust-factor among your tribe.

Are you ready?

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Tearing Down The Silos — Why Integrated Companies Perform Best

A lack of alignment typically leads to a raft of unintended consequences that pop up throughout the organization—not unlike a game of whack-a-mole. Engaging cross-functional teams to solve problems will significantly reduce the unintended consequences and further drive alignment into the organization.

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