Toxic Coworkers? 4 Simple Steps to Create Protective Boundaries + Thrive on Hello Freedom with Terri Cole

Toxic Coworkers? 4 Simple Steps to Create Protective Boundaries + Thrive on Hello Freedom with Terri ColeWith Boundary Bootcamp well underway, today we talk about boundaries at work. Do you have toxic coworkers or a toxic work environment? The crazy part is, sometimes the drama or negative relationships in your workplace don’t even have to do with you, but they still have an effect on you. Relationships create the work culture, and if you have a boundary-bully at work, whether or not it directly involves you, the experience can make your work-life miserable.

Today I want to talk to you about four simple steps that you can use to change the experience that you’re having in your toxic workplace. Download the cheat sheet here!

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“If you work an office, if you have a regular job, how many hours a day are you spending with these people? And if it is stressful or you’ve got a war going on with someone or other people have got a war going on, even if you’re not in it, it impacts you.” – Terri Cole

Show Notes:

  • How to deal with toxic co-workers
  • What is a toxic work environment
  • How to fix a toxic work environment
  • What is psychological transference
  • Why you have negative relationships with coworkers
  • The importance of communicating your needs
  • First: As yourself ‘does your coworker remind you of someone else in your life?’ If so, who?
  • Second: Create intentions
  • Third: Do your power-pose
  • Fourth: Make a simple request

“The power of your intention…please don’t underestimate it because it can actually change things.” – Terri Cole

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“You have to give yourself permission. Accept the reality. When you change the dance, the behavioral dance that you’ve been doing with other people, they may not like it. And that’s ok.” – Terri Cole

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