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We all love to take credit when things go right, and shift the blame when things go wrong. It’s especially tempting as a leader. The leader is perfectly positioned to blame just about anyone and anything when things go wrong. “The market is down.” “That clerk in accounting in incompetent.” “We didn’t count on competition.” “Regulation is unfair.” “The legal department reviewed it before I said it.” Such quotes avoid responsibility, and whether from fear or insecurity, they herald the beginning of the fall from leader to pretender…

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