Workplace toxicity: In a new exponential world, command and control doesn't work

A toxic workplace can take on many forms and can start from the top.

Azania Mosaka speaks to exponential leadership company Cycan's CEO Bryan Hattingh.

Hattingh describes what a toxic workplace looks like.

It starts on the leadership and starts at the top. How they behave is an extension of how they show up and where they are at in a place and very sadly a lot of our leaders are not self-aware....more than that leaders operate from a fear motivation rather than towards motivation.

Bryan Hattingh, CEO - Cycan

Command and control, there is a time and a place for it but increasingly so in a new exponential world, command and control doesn't work.

Bryan Hattingh, CEO - Cycan

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