Blaming other people is generally recognized as bad behavior. Not much disagreement there.
But the flip side of avoiding responsibility is – trying to take responsibility that doesn’t belong to you – is equally ugly. We know it by names like “control freaks,” “micro-managers,” or just plain obsessively neurotic people.
That’s what this week’s Trust Tip video is about: Managing Blame and Responsibility.
For more on the subject of blame and responsibility, you might enjoy reading “A Tendency to Blame and an Inability to Confront.”
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