End Sabotage and Cure Organizational Schizophrenia

Executives frequently disagree with decisions that the executive team – or the CEO – have already made.  Sometimes, we even disagree with how a decision was made.  However, after a decision is made, we make a choice to either act in accordance with the decision or to act and speak consistently with what wish the decision was.  While we don’t often call it this, acting inconsistently with a decision that was made,  covertly or overtly and intentionally or unintentionally, is a toxic act of sabotage, negatively impacting the behaviors of others and diminishing the intended results. Furthermore, when we give [...]