155 In the Trenches of a Toxic Workplace with Jenn Trepeck
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“Don’t live the same day over and over again and call that a life. Life is about evolving mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.”Germany Kent
What red flags have you missed?
When starting out, you can be caught up in the excitement of the job or dynamic and excuse behaviors while in the moment. A little thing here, a little thing there, it is easy to miss all these little signs. But hindsight is 20/20 and eventually you’ll see the writing on the wall.
Now it is becoming more important to recognize dysfunctional and toxic behaviors in the workplace.
Jenn Trepeck of “A Salad With A Side Of Fries” joins us to talk about her previous experience working in an environment that turned toxic over time and what red flags you should watch out for.
Jenn has worked at ad agencies, in-house with clients on brand management, and spent 12 years in the world of finance while growing her own business. Now Jenn is a Health and Wellness Coach and Entrepreneur.
What you’ll hear on today’s episode:
- What Toxic Environments Are
- Falling into Toxic Environments
- How Past and Personal Dysfunction can excuse current behavior
- Scarcity and Urgency
- The Push of Loyalty
- Responsibility without Ownership
- Mixing Business with Family and Friends
- Public versus Private Personalities
- Extinction Burst Behavior
- When To Leave
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