Date: March 16, 2023
Time: 3:00 - 4:30 pm EST
Time: 3:00 - 4:30 pm EST
Toxicity in the workplace is no joke. At some point in your career, it’s very likely you'll encounter manipulation, bullying, yelling, micromanagement, lack of productivity, lack of trust, high stress levels, and discrimination. More often than not, you'll see these signs coming. Prepare yourself with tools, techniques and strategies to cope with these uncomfortable situations and provide your team with a psychologically safe environment.
During the workshop, you'll discover how to identify and address toxic behaviors, and the best ways to make your workplace more transparent, nurturing and inclusive. Learn why it's important to openly discuss toxicity and its aftermath with your team. Understand the benefits of setting healthy boundaries and how to communicate them clearly.
Ultimately, you'll develop a plan to redirect toxic behavior, become “unstuck”, and shift your company culture forward with positivity!
- Discover the main characteristics of a toxic workplace.
- Learn the principles of power-politics and their impact on organizational culture.
- Examine 3 methods of how a leader's power and influence shape employee performance.
- Understand the difference between a boss and a leader.
- Identify tactics for dealing with and surviving a negative boss.
- Explore the key ways to recover from an unhealthy work environment and emerge as a high-performer.
Dr. Campbell is the Director of the International Peace and Leadership Institute, which provides emerging leadership research on peace leadership development and leadership development and training programs for international, national, and non-governmental organizations.
During his career as a senior military officer, Dr. Campbell worked for the Department of Defense specializing in global experiences in strategic planning and execution, organizational crisis leadership, leading organizations in uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments, and national strategies for learning and leadership development for senior leaders. He is a Global Goodwill Ambassador.
Dr. Campbell holds a Doctorate of Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne, IN. and a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management from Norwich University. As an adjunct instructor, at Yale University, Leading through a Global Crisis. Air Force Global Center for Professional Military Education. He is certified Ken Blanchard Situational Leadership and Global DISC certified.
Dr. Campbell is a recognized national and international speaker on toxic leadership, character-based leadership, NeuroLeadership, and organizational conflict management and resolution.