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Friday, February 2 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Strategies for Dealing with a Toxic Workplace

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A dysfunctional or “toxic” workplace is often characterized by poor communication, lack of trust, gossip and cynicism, blame and scapegoating, negativity, and a leadership style that relies on shame and anger to manipulate employees, or worse – is oblivious to toxic employee behavior.  The result of this type of unhealthy and unpleasant work environment is often poor organizational performance, low morale, and high employee turnover.  This interactive session will provide attendees with a checklist that can be used to determine whether your workplace is in fact toxic, and will share effective strategies to clean up the toxins and rejuvenate the organization.

Learning objectives: 
  1. Learn and understand what a toxic workplace is
  2. Learn the symptoms of toxicity in the workplace
  3. Learn how to diagnose a toxic workplace
  4. Learn the effects and impacts of a toxic workplace
  5. Learn strategies for combatting toxicity in the workplace

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Shelley Langan

Human Resources Manager, Placer County Water Agency
Shelley Langan, SPHR has 30 years of experience within a broad range of full service HR arenas, including recruitment, testing and assessment, job analysis, workforce planning, staffing and retention, employee relations, classification and compensation, and human resource program... Read More →
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Michael Willihnganz

Director of Administrative Services, Placer County Water Agency
Michael Willihnganz is currently the Director of Administrative Services for the Placer County Water Agency (PCWA), a water and power utility located in Auburn, California.  In this capacity, he oversees a variety of programs including human resources, payroll, information technology... Read More →

Friday February 2, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
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