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Archive for June, 2019

Toxic Workplace

I Quit!

As noted in last week’s post, according to the Mayo Clinic, your supervisor is more important to your health than your primary care physician! And recent Stanford research found that toxic workplaces are the 5th leading cause of death. Are people quitting you or the company? Is your workplace guilty of creating dead people working or worse?

Bottomline, shitty supervisors suck the life and health out of people… Be careful. People want to work for Good People and a Good Cause. How do you and your company measure up?

Here’s a few preventative first steps on dealing with a toxic workplace from Inc., in an article by Scott Mautz.

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Doctor or Boss?

People Be Warned

Is a bully boss or a toxic relationship negatively affecting your health? If so, it’s time to ask – is it really worth it? Is this your only option?

We spend far too many hours of our lives at work to put up with a bully, ongoing criticism, and negativity. Bottom line – your health and wellness are at stake if you continue to turn a blind eye to important issues like this.

For more, here are 10 timeless leadership lessons from a world class doctor.

 

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Jackie’s Heading to Texas, Y’all

The Daring Way

Jackie, like countless others, is a huge Brené Brown fan. For 30 years, Jackie has been writing and speaking about leadership and many of the same principles that are so foundational to Brené’s work on courage.

We’re excited to announce Jackie has been selected to become a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. Jackie will spend a weekend in San Antonio in the arena…learning directly from Brené about what it takes to bring courage, vulnerability and empathy into organizations to pave the way for daring leadership.

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Dare to Rumble

Lay Down Your Armor

Leaders dare to have the tough conversations. Do you? Thanks to Brené, we can borrow from her list to shed our armor of protection and comfort and dare to engage in the tough conversations to grow authenticity and learning in our work and life.

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