Contrary to good leadership, poor leadership involves a lot of blaming.
In the Treatise on Principles Concerning Human Knowledge, published in 1685, George Berkeley said:
We have first raised the dust, and then we complain that we cannot see.
Berkeley was describing something entirely different, but his comment is, I believe, an accurate indictment of most, or all, business problems that we face.
Readers — thoughts? Agree or Disagree? What is your story?
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