Berating employees isn’t smart

It’s almost never a good idea for a leader to publicly criticize his or her employees. As a PR matter, this strategy is almost certain to backfire. People generally hold leaders accountable for what their organizations do. If a mistake happens on a chief executive’s watch, observers may fault that person for bad decision-making or…

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