Have you ever worked for a boss who liked coaching & developing people?
“I miss working for a manager who enjoys coaching me,” Tori told me.
Fortunately, her first manager loved developing people. But her current manager doesn’t.
“I really enjoy my work, my teammates, and our clients,” Tori explained. “But I’m considering leaving. My new manager demeans me.”
Tori’s a whip-smart rising star who gives her all. Yet her manager constantly finds fault in Tori, instead of tapping into her wealth of talents and insights.
Recently, her manager returned a report Tori wrote with unsupported criticisms like “this is dumb,” and “boring.”
These are toxic comments. They poison Tori’s good intentions.
Tori’s wise to plan an exit. I’ve seen too many people linger in a toxic environment. Over time, this kind of nastiness can make you question, doubt, and second-guess yourself.
The longer you stay in an unhealthy environment that harder it is to feel confident. You take the toxicity with you — until you consciously recover from it.
If your confidence at work is low due to a toxic boss or culture, I’m launching a Toxic Work Recovery Program, so you can get your mojo and your best self back.
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Now, YOU: Have you ever worked for a manager who loved to develop people?