Why the blame game shouldn't be played in public

 作者:羿床     |      日期:2019-03-08 08:11:10
BULLYING bosses take note: simply witnessing people blame others is enough to set up a blame culture. “We already know that people are more likely to blame others when they themselves have been blamed – a ‘kick-the-dog’ kind of effect,” says Nathanael Fast of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. According to his latest results, a blame attitude spreads to witnesses of a dressing-down too. “Leaders who want to prevent such a culture from spreading should be careful not to be seen pointing the finger,” he adds. In one experiment,