It’s easy to be a leader when things are going well. But when your team is in the trenches under fire, you need some serious leadership skills to hold it all together!
We all know that one person – the one without anything nice to say, harrassess others and makes work life dreadful to all. Unfortunately, toxicity can spread like wildfire, directly or indirectly disrupting the organisation. Other than the possibility of winding up with more bad apples, organisations are more likely to lose 54 percent of good employees when they work with a toxic co-worker. So, what should you do when you have a toxic employee?
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Confucius has a message for business leaders who want to succeed: reflect