A toxic support system can make us feel lost and confused by deceiving us. This is why you should make sure your support system is actually supportive.
If you know what to do, and what NOT to do when engaging with them, you’ll have an easier time working with them.
If you recognize these red flags, know that leaving a toxic workplace is a hard choice but also a decision that will make your mental health so much better.
Ostracization, at its core, strips individuals of their fundamental needs of belonging, self-esteem, control, and a search for a meaningful existence. Work shouldn’t be painful.
Understanding why there is a crisis of meaning in the workplace.
Dealing with people who complain or are negative can be draining. Both negativity and positivity are contagious.
Try these tips if your narcissistic boss is making your work life miserable.
Working around the clock has become a pandemic within the pandemic. Here are my top tips to stop working around the clock, to own your days and not feel like they are owning you:
Below are 10 questions that will help you identify if a particular leader or manager is truly someone you should be supporting and working for (or voting for):