Toxic traits | We're failing managers, and they're passing that failure on to staff

We're failing managers, and they're passing that failure on to staff

The role of a manager is a pivotal one. In most cases, managers are the individuals in the business who are tasked with carrying out HR’s policies, and upholding company values in the way the interact with staff.

Yet, a recent survey conducted by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) reveals alarming statistics about how managers, particularly female managers, are grappling with toxic workplace cultures and passing these challenges down to their staff.

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