How to Manage Toxic Behavior in a Remote Work Setting
Cultures that tolerate toxic people usually fail
It’s one thing to manage toxic behavior in the office—and it’s another to do it remotely, where it’s more difficult to reach and monitor workers. And when we work remotely, toxic behavior can get worse: That slight toward a coworker is more easily sent in an instant message than said face-to-face. The added stress from the pandemic and being stuck at home can also exacerbate negative behaviors.
“I definitely see more conflict happening. I heard that from my clients when everyone went remote,” said Jamie Notter, a conflict resolution expert and workplace culture consultant.
Use these tips to manage toxic behavior and prevent it from spreading in a remote setting.
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