In this episode, we sit down with Dr Amber, a leading specialist in the field of female rivalry, to discuss how it causes workplace toxicity. Female rivalry, or the competition between women, is a phenomenon that has long been present in the workplace. While some level of competition can be healthy, Dr Amber explains how female rivalry can take a toxic turn that negatively impacts workplace culture.
Through her extensive research and experience, Dr Amber discusses the various ways that female rivalry can manifest in the workplace. From gossip and backstabbing to exclusion and sabotage, she highlights the harmful behaviors that can arise from this type of competition. Dr Amber also offers insights into the root causes of female rivalry, including societal and cultural pressures that pit women against each other.
She provides practical advice for both individuals and organizations on how to identify and address toxic female rivalry in the workplace. If you are interested in learning more about the impact of female rivalry on workplace culture and how to create a more positive and inclusive environment, then this episode is a must-watch. Join us as we delve into this important topic with Dr Amber. You can find Dr. Amber in all these awesome places – along with her amazing book “Behind Frenemy Lines”
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Oh yeah.Speaker 2: 53:32
All these different shirts. No, that was the other Brian. That was T-shirt Brian Oh.Speaker 1: 53:37
T-shirt Brian. Oh my God, yeah, brian with the insurgents was very funny.Speaker 2: 53:41
Yeah, um, we had the lady with four million jobs. Do you remember that one Mm? hmm, i know Where she had like what was it Like? 47.Speaker 1: 53:54
Like her first. Like her first line out of the box was like I’ve had 46 jobs in the past 30 years and we’re like what.Speaker 2: 54:05
We’ve got Amy, who talks to us about toxic positivity, which is pretty cool, and then we had Stu, who was our most recent recording, yeah, talking about leadership, which I’m pretty bloody excited about.Speaker 1: 54:20
And now so we’ll be doing some more interviews, but also sprinkling in some of the research episodes.Speaker 2: 54:25
Yeah, and then we’ll be doing some research episodes is going to like is our next kind of step right? That’s our evolution.Speaker 1: 54:33
And we’ll see what happens. We’ll see what you guys like more And if you have any comments, thoughts, reactions, just reach out to us.Speaker 2: 54:39
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We’d be happy to have you.Speaker 2: 54:59
And we’ll see you in season two. Couple weeks, yeah, yeah, a couple weeks. Thank you for joining us today. If you would like to share your story, we would love to hear from you.Speaker 1: 55:10
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