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Creative diarrhea ain't no leadership

We, human beings, have that incredible ability to exploit, exaggerate and travesty every (originally) valuable idea we encounter. That is not necessarily because of some malice - we tend to focus on meaningless (yet visible) details instead of intentions and the purpose behind (the aforementioned idea). Oh well. One concept...

Wasting a public recognition opportunity

This anti-pattern is so popular that it's hard to find anyone who hasn't experienced it personally at least once: 1. First, a message comes (to the whole team/unit/org) with some good news: a major release announcement, project summary, a milestone achieved - name something...

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