How to Stay Blameless and Avoid Taking Risks 😜

A row of microphones with the caption, “Transparency is the first step towards accountability”.

In this post, the Lazy Leader explains why transparency is the first step towards leadership accountability. Take responsibility for your actions or play it safe. You decide.

Who is to blame? And, who makes the bad decisions? I’m sure you’ll be one of the first to hear about something going well. There’s usually no shortage of people taking ownership and credit for those decisions that turn out pretty good.

But, who makes the bad decisions?

The Truth About Bad Decisions

Who is to blame? I bet you don’t know. Or, if you do, you keep quiet, unless it was someone who left a couple of months ago.

The truth about blame is this. Okay, please bear with me… it’s not easy being the whistleblower or sharing closely guarded corporate secrets. So, I trust you appreciate my going out on a limb for you.

Here goes…

It’s them!

What? Do you want more? Okay, let me put this another way. In your business, who exactly does these things:

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