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How to Fix a Toxic Workplace (or Survive One)

Monday, April 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Paul White, Appreciation at Work

More than 70 million workers in the United States have reported that they either endure or actively hate their job. People are increasingly describing their workplace as a toxic environment, and the levels of negativity, pessimism, and cynicism are rising within many workplaces. Employees at every level believe their work environment is unhealthy, but they don’t know what to do to make things better.

In this webcast, learn about three core areas that, together, make a workplace unhealthy. The presenter will share practical steps that you can take to help your workplace become a healthier environment. After the webcast, you’ll be able to:

  • Describe the characteristics of a “sick system,” the behavior patterns of toxic leaders, and dysfunctional individuals in the workplace.
  • Apply practical strategies to work relationships that, over time, can lead to a healthy, positive work environment.

 

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Presenter

Paul White
Paul White

Appreciation at Work

 Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. He has written articles for and been interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek, CNN.com, Fortune.com, Entrepreneur.com, Fast Company, FoxBusiness.com, Huffington Post LIVE, U.S. News & World Report, and Yahoo! Finance. Paul is the co-author of three books, including The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, written with Gary Chapman. The two have also developed a unique way for organizations to motivate employees that leads to increased job satisfaction, higher employee performance, and enhanced levels of trust. Their Motivating by Appreciation Inventory and Appreciation at Work training resources have been used by numerous corporations, colleges, universities, medical facilities, schools, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

Paul has improved numerous businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations by helping them reduce the level of cynicism and negative communication within the workplace, eliminate supervisors’ frustration from not knowing how to effectively encourage their staff, and communicate authentic appreciation.


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