How Common Decency can Help HR Managers Fix Toxic Workplace Issues

Article by Colleen Doyle Bryant, article In Training Mag Online

Common Decency as a Strategy to Improve Workplace Culture / Toxic Workplaces

Common Decency- it's actually in our DNA. Learn more about how doing a reset on fundamentally human behaviors can help improve a toxic workplace and build a more positive workplace culture.

Find out more in this article by Colleen Doyle Bryant in Training Mag Online.

The incivility we’re seeing throughout society is having an impact on workplace behavior, and it’s not good. For all the effort companies have put into training workers on soft skills, emotional intelligence, and team orientation, have people lost a basic sense of what it means to be a decent, honest, respectful human?

Colleen Doyle Bryant

Common decency is about how humans treat each other to build trust, fairness, and cooperation. It comes from a long human history, across cultures and time, because humans have evolved to know that working with others is good for us. When we act with common decency, our bodies and our brains release chemicals that help us know what we’re doing is in our best interest.

Colleen Doyle Bryant

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Learn more about respect and common decency in Colleen's book, Rooted in Decency.

Author Colleen Doyle Bryant
Colleen Doyle Bryant is the author of five books and more than 50 learning resources about character and values for kids, teens, and adults. Her latest book, Rooted in Decency, looks at the decline in common decency in society and ways that we can build more trust and cooperation. Learn more at

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