Toxic leadership isn't dead yet

July 2014
Smart Business Florida;Summer2014, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p8
The article discusses the characteristics of dysfunctional leaders and solutions to ease their toxic leadership. Topics covered include toxic behavior of leaders such as denying when they are wrong, defending themselves through rationalizations and destroying the reputation of those who expose them. Also cited are working with a support team to plan ways of taking courageous action against dysfunctional leaders and not tolerating their behaviors.


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