You’re smart. You have good ideas. You share them liberally. You create defensiveness. You get frustrated. Neil Gaiman offers terrific advice on why, when reviewing someone else’s work, you should identify problems but not propose solutions.
When my colleague Vince Molinaro wrote a great rant about the 10 worst types of leaders, I was inspired to respond with a series on how you and your team can survive under each one. This is the ninth post in that series. Today’s terrible leader is one Vince calls the “good news leader.” […]