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Nurturing Leadership and Toxic Leadership
Nurturing leadership and toxic leadership

Some leaders are lucky enough to operate in mostly constructive and positive organizational environments – and they may also have a tendency to encourage this state in the way they operate. By contrast, the term ‘toxic leadership’ generally refers to the idea that an environment for leadership, a specific leader, and even leadership as an activity, can act like a poison, weakening and even destroying an otherwise healthy organization. A certain style of leadership can be actively healthy and growing and – conversely – damaging and destructive. The leader can have a positive, nurturing influence – or a negative, debilitating ...

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