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When Leaders Won’t Put-Up Or Shut-Up

In my book Leadership Is Everything, I treated a topic I called 15 Diseases & 15 Symptoms of Bad Leaders among others. I identified this heading as one of the symptoms of bad leaders.

What does it mean ‘When Leaders Won’t Put-up or Shut-up?

So much, See, nothing smacks of poor leadership like lack of PERFORMANCE. Nobody is perfect, but leaders who consistently fail are not leaders, no matter how much you wish they were. While past performance is not always a certain indicator of future events/performance, a long-term track record of success should not be taken lightly. Someone who has consistently experienced success in leadership roles has a much better chance of success than someone who has not. It’s important to remember that unproven leaders come with high-risk premium. Smart organizations recognize potentials, but they reward performance. Please, leaders pay attention to this.

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