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Toxic Workplace!: Managing Toxic Personalities and Their Systems of Power by Elizabeth Holloway, Mitchell Kusy

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Appendix B. National Survey Responses on Toxic Behaviors

Toxic Behaviors: Survey Responses to Exhibit 2.1

In this section, you will plot your responses to the questions in Exhibit 2.1, which will reflect the behaviors that describe the toxic person with whom you have worked. The number of each item in Table B.1 corresponds to the questions listed in Exhibit 2.1. Each of these items contributed to the three types of toxic behaviors discussed in Chapter Two: shaming, passive hostility, and team sabotage. We have indicated what group the item belongs to based on our analysis of the survey responses in Table B.2. Only the items from the survey that were significantly related to one another within each of the three groups have been included.

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