August 24, 4:00 PM

How to Prevent Toxic Workplace Culture with Leadership Training and Coaching

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According to a recent study, the number one reason employees quit during the Great Resignation wasn’t compensation…it was because of toxic workplace culture. Employees who feel disrespected, excluded, or like they’re working in an unethical environment won’t hesitate to jump ship—leaving you scrambling to train and hire new talent. So, what can L&D and HR teams do to address potentially toxic behavior before it gets out of hand, or better yet, prevent it entirely?

For Nicole Villani, Coach at Bravely, and Heather Blue, Knowledge Manager at 360Learning, the answer lies in effective leadership coaching and training. Toxic workplaces are mostly a top-down phenomenon. By supporting your company’s leaders in developing essential soft skills before there’s a problem, you can future-proof your organization against crippling employee turnover. As the old saying goes, people leave bad managers, not bad companies.

Join us Wednesday, August 24th at 12:00 pm ET to learn:

  • What are the signs of a toxic environment?
  • What does effective leadership and training look like in practice?
  • How to blend internal subject-matter expertise with off-the-shelf content
  • Individualized support is key to employee wellbeing and success
  • Coaching provides a confidential, third-party space for employees to work through challenges, map out goals and stay focused on finding solutions
  • Why a collaborative learning approach to leadership training will save your L&D team time and resources


Nicole Villani
Heather Blue
Knowledge Manager