17 Feb Episode 69: How Can You Avoid Creating a Toxic Work Culture?
Toxic workplaces are everywhere and are frequently cited as one of the main reasons why people quit their jobs. What kind of culture allows toxic workplaces to flourish? And if you are a manager, what can you do to turn things around? To talk about how to avoid creating a toxic work culture, Linda Nazareth is joined on this episode by Charlie Sull, the Founder of Culture X and the co-author of an article on the topic in the MITSloan Management Review.
Charlie Sull Co-Founder, Culture X
Charlie has advised the senior executive teams of dozens of multinational organizations on cultural management, strategy development, and strategy execution. He conducts regular research at MIT, and his thought leadership has been featured in the Economist, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Bloomberg, CNBC, Fortune, Forbes, the Financial Times, Fast Company, Business Insider, Inc., and more.
With Don, Charlie created the MIT Sloan Management Review // Glassdoor Culture 500, the largest systematic study of corporate culture ever conducted. Charlie graduated from Harvard College, where he was the President of the Harvard Lampoon and wrote a New York Times-bestselling novel.