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Blame and Credit: How to Encourage Fairness and Accountability Under Pressure

Unsure how to stop the blame game or start an honest discussion? We're here to help.
Source: J.D. King

Q: We are under pressure to deliver results at my company. Energy is maxed out, and tempers and the blame game have disrupted what was initially a very collegial team. How do I lead through this rough patch? 

A: Blame is toxic, so the best way to change the atmosphere is to start with how you are dealing with the pressure. 

Ethical leadership starts with how you treat yourself. You

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