Perhaps it is just another example of the Peter Principle, or maybe it’s just about someone who does not know how to be a leader. Either way, it amazes me sometimes to see people who are supposed to be examples of leadership into being self-serving opportunists who feel a need to step on others in order to demonstrate some sort of success.
I have seen it all with these supposed leaders, and I have found they will lie about anything to increase their own self-worth and protect their position. I have also realized this is common with a leader in an organization who is in over his or her own head or with someone who is like a fish out of water because they have no vision, ideas and/or strategy that moves their organization forward.
So, in order to appear successful or explain away situations about their own lack of performance and success, they waste time and energy blaming others and finding excuses in order to help mask their own track record.
Here’s the deal with that approach to supposed leadership, which it is not, and [...]