“Everyday leadership: When failure occurs, leaders must look within themselves” by R. Glenn Ray, Ph.D. at The Marietta Times on 14 August 2013
It can sometimes be difficult to look into the mirror and see that we as leaders are responsible for the actions and results of our followers. The author gives an anecdote from his consulting practice where he presents the company’s leader with three options on why results weren’t being achieved. Only one of those options largely absolved the leader, and that is the choice that the person made.
Although the article cannot offer comprehensive details, which choice would you have made based on the available information?
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