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How to Eliminate a Toxic Workplace and Create a Respectful Environment with a Pork Tenderloin


Why doesn’t pork get the respect it deserves?

Pork meat is very high in thiamin, which is known for providing healthy functioning of the brain.  It is also full of B12, which helps to boost our metabolism and stabilize our moods.  Now, why don’t people treat pork with respect?  Respect is a powerful motivator.  It affects morale, productivity and profits.  At the top of anyone’s wish list, is the need to be treated with dignity and respect.  Whether it is at home, work, school or in your community, treat people the way you would like them to treat you.  Always remember to give yourself the respect you deserve too!

Today’s economy has organizations running faster and leaner than ever with one person carrying the workload that two or three people typically carried. Organizations feel a sense of urgency and fail to take the time to properly train employees and develop their managers into effective leaders. Quality, morale and safety are being jeopardized. Employees are fending for themselves and the dynamic of us versus is evolving. Apathy is setting in and high burnout is prevailing.

7 Signs of a Toxic Workplace

1. Instilled Fear and Anxiety

2. Extreme Control and Rigid Systems

3. Bullying

4. Distrust of Others

5. Negativity

6. Resistance to Change

7. Dysfunction, Dysfunction, Dysfunction

Organizations need to wake up and take the necessary steps to keep everyone safe, healthy and productive. Implementing organizational best practices will also ensure that an organization stays in business. When employees are motivated to come to work each day, they will perform better. An organization will see its costs associated with turnover absenteeism, healthcare premiums, employee relations litigations, customer complaints and operational mistakes reduced. It will see morale, productivity and customer satisfaction increase. Pride and respect will be instilled throughout the organization and profits will increase.

The following questions will help you assess if you are creating a respectful environment:

• Do you include others in meetings, committees and events?

• Do you reprimand and praise every person when performing the same actions (don’t play favorites)?

• Do you praise more than criticize?

• Do you listen to understand versus listen to respond (don’t interrupt)?

• Do you encourage others to express their thoughts, suggestions and feelings?

• Do you implement expressed suggestions?

• Do you ask questions to show you are interested and care?

• Do you seek out others for their expertise and assistance to show you value their opinions?

• Do you control your anger outbursts and criticisms to not make people feel inadequate?

• Are you simply courteous, polite and thoughtful?

Dishin’ Respect with Nancy’s Rosemary Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Steps and Ingredients:

1. In a glass casserole dish, mix olive oil, red wine (cheers to you!), crushed garlic, chopped rosemary, sea salt and pepper.

2. Roll pork in marinade and “smoosh” the ingredients all over like a rub. Let chill for a while…you too, take a little “me-time”.

3. Depending on your resources, grill, roast or sauté. Pork should be served at 160 degrees.

4. Slice, enjoy and feel better about yourself for making the world a kinder place.

It is up to each person to create and maintain a respectful environment.  Bringing about accountability, boundaries and consequences will help eliminate disrespect.  Sharing praise and showing appreciation for everyone will empower people to treat each other with respect.  The first step to having a respectful environment is to treat yourself with respect.  Then, everyone and everything will follow.  Get started today!

 

Nancy Stampahar is a contributing blogger for JenningsWire.


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