How to Heal After a Toxic Incident at Work

Navigating the complex aftermath of toxic incidents in the workplace involves a nuanced understanding of the emotional and practical challenges one faces. Research involving over 400 professionals highlights the tenacity required in deciding whether to report an incident, the ongoing struggle during and after reporting, and the long journey towards healing. The process can be divided into phases, each requiring specific coping strategies and support systems. Identifying these phases and having appropriate support to navigate them is crucial. This comprehensive analysis offers invaluable insights for individuals and leaders, revealing the deeper dynamics and guiding strategy for handling such situations effectively. For a thorough exploration of these phases and personal stories that illuminate the realities of dealing with workplace toxicity, the full article provides a detailed and enlightening perspective.

How to Heal After a Toxic Incident at Work (Purushothaman, HBR, 11/27). 

Categories: PulsePublished On: November 30th, 2023Tags: , ,


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