There's either a lack of communication, or the communication you’re receiving lacks clarity and is full of mixed messages. Or worse, you're exposed to passive-aggressive communication that pushes all of your bad-vibe buttons.
High school cliques can trigger feelings of not belonging, being overlooked, or talked about behind your back, causing emotional trauma.
When leaders focus on profits over people, they're not truly valuing employees' contributions and worth. While profits are important, people make the wheels turn in any organization.
Lack of motivation in a team can stem from burnout, lack of passion, or poor leadership. It indicates organizational issues and disengagement.
Toxic work culture starts with overworked senior management. It sets the tone for the rest of the organization, creating a culture of long hours and high expectations.
Everyone needs a "Nice job!" or "Excellent work!" from time to time. As humans, we thrive on feedback about how to move through the world in a good way.
The pressure to do more with less takes a toll on mental, emotional, and physical well-being. The Great Resignation showed there's another way to work. Don't burn out trying to keep up.
Lack of boundaries invites toxic behavior, causing stress and burnout. Set boundaries for personal space and well-being in the workplace.
Lack of workplace trust hinders collaboration and communication, leading to toxicity. Trust builds healthy relationships and fosters idea sharing.
Toxic work environment lacks support for growth. Limited opportunities lead to frustration, demotivation, and stagnation. Support promotes career goals and engagement.