Turning around a toxic business culture
When allegations of bullying, harassment, spying and coercion were leveled against Uber in 2017, it wasn’t difficult to trace the company’s toxic workplace and business culture back to its root.
What followed was a painful restructure of the business, it’s relationship with partners, and most importantly, it’s relationship with its customers. But the Uber of 2020 is a more open, inclusive and popular place to work as a result of that organisation-wide review and rejuventation.
So what makes a business culture “toxic?” How can you know that your business has a toxic culture? And how can you address that culture, and change it before you do irreparable harm to your reputation?
In this session you will:
- Learn how to spot the signs of toxic culture in your business
- Find out how to identify the root causes of toxic culture
- Put guards in place to prevent toxic culture from creeping back in again
about the presenter
Business Station has a pool of talented business advisors who are experts in their respective fields. We have advisors located across WA, QLD and NT in both metro and regional locations offering face to face, online advisory sessions and training options. Our thorough screening process means that our experts are the best in their field and will be able to give you the most up-to-date, relevant advice.
More than just offering advice, our business advisors will teach you the skills you need to be able to enhance your digital capabilities within your business.
Offering advice on small business software, cyber security, websites and selling online and all areas of digital marketing, our team of experts are here to help you learn and grow your business.