Lazy Leadership – The Bullet Points to Avoid

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Lazy Leadership

You might have caught me using the term “Lazy Leadership” in my articles  So here is my non-definitive list of lazy leadership.

Lazy Leaders:

  • Don’t have a personal growth plan
  • Think they are better than they actually are
  • Treat everyone the same
  • Don’t care how they are perceived
  • Don’t “do” feedback unless they have to!
  • Don’t take the time to recognize their team performance
  • Take the credit for work they didn’t do.
  • Always have someone/something to blame
  • Communicate with no regard to who they are communicating with
  • Believe everyone should adapt to them
  • Get too friendly
  • Act with emotion
  • Ride on the backs of others
  • Go with the flow
  • Wait to see what’s popular
  • Are rigid in their approach
  • Use position and title
  • Are boring!

This list is certainly not exhaustive, but it covers a fair bit doesn’t it.

What lazy leadership have you seen? Share it with us and we will dissect it for you

 

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