Part 1 of this blog series focused on why your dream job can become a disaster and what you can do about it. If you're on track toward a career or career change, read this blog.
This is the second in a 2-part series that focuses on organisational culture. In part one, we focused on why an organisation’s culture is important.
But do you ever wonder what type of organisational culture you're working in? Here are some strategies to find out...
This is the first in a 2-part series that focuses on organisational culture. Part 1 is about understanding organisational culture, part 2 offers strategies on how to identify your organisation's culture.
We’ve all heard that an organisation’s culture is important. And certain organisational cultures (like toxic ones!) are easy to identify. But what lies beneath the creation of organisational culture?
This is the final part in our 3-part series focused on toxic work environments. If you’ve read part 1 and 2, you’ve identified your workplace as toxic, and realised your coping mechanisms aren’t going to last forever. This blog focuses on how to leave a toxic work environment the right way.
This is part 2 in our 'toxic work environment' series.
If you read our recent blog ‘Are you in a toxic work environment?’ and found yourself answering ‘yes’ – this follow-up blog offers strategies on how to cope in the long-term, or how to cope until you can leave.
You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘toxic work environment’ thrown around quite a bit recently, either by friends, co-workers or media. You might initially think of bosses yelling at employees or gender discrimination – and you would be right.
But what really is a toxic work environment and how do you (personally) know if you’re in one?
How many meetings do you attend every week? Two? Three? Five?... Too many?
Is one meeting blurring into the next? Is your attention span waning as hard as your team’s attendance? Chances are your colleagues feel the same.
Here’s 5 Tips to fire up your weekly meetings without loosing that professional edge.