The crabs pulling others down in the bucket are living a mediocre, ordinary existence. This is typically caused by implicit issues that were likely created a long time ago…
In public service, when you escalate a situation with Emotional Rage onto a community member, a co-worker, or a person on a traffic stop, and you apply un-necessary excessive force… Game over!
Public servants know who within their ranks are the unprofessional and often toxic employees. The oath to serve also means a ‘Duty-to-Report’ Misconduct.
Why Mayors are Endorsing RITE Training… Cities across the nation have realized that in order to have better police-community relations that part of building bias-free relations, requires racial equity plan commitment to includes RITE Professional Workplace Culture Program.
If you work in public service, people are going to push your buttons. How you react to any given situation, is what separates you from other employees in your agency.
Block-out’ on a police call, has ENDED careers. Do you remember a time when you lost control of the situation, (back when no cameras rolling)? If you have ever worked on the streets or in the jails…
Staying POSITIVE, During NEGATIVE Times – Officer wellness is often overlooked during a pandemic, when the job of the Officer is to care for the wellness of others.
Just ONE toxic employee, can be costly to a public service agency. Civil lawsuits, inter-department obstruction, bad press, and distrust to the community for which your agency serves, are seen in the news daily.
Whether there was actual wrong-doing or misconduct, the public’s negative perception of the community, is now the reality . The department’s negative banter and scrutiny…
Toxic employees know exactly how to push your buttons. They are always voicing their own negative opinions, talking about how bad it is at work and how it is, “NEVER they’re fault.”
To navigate around toxic co-workers the two methods that have been around for a long time are Gray Rocking and learning to PIVOT