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A Leader’s Role in a Toxic Workplace Culture

Old-fashioned organizational problems require a leader committed to change

The past few years have unquestionably changed how workplaces function. But workplaces are still made up of people, which means they’re still subject to complicated, even divisive, relationships.

That trouble can be a difficult thing to identify and treat, regardless of the workplace arrangement. Sometimes toxic leaders can be too easily forgiven as "hard-charging." Sometimes, toxicity breeds because leaders are too hands-off, sometimes because they’re too self-centered. And that's an issue regardless of whether you're working in person, remotely or both.

Some new research on toxic workplace culture assigns a lot of responsibility for the problem to the top leader. But, the researchers found the problem doesn’t always start there.

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