Stop Throwing People Under the Bus
When things goes wrong or mistakes are made, sometimes people place blame on someone or something else. This is also known as throwing someone under the bus. They blame the process, the circumstance, the client, or another coworker. This is harmful behavior, done for selfish gain and to avoid looking bad, but the side effects of doing this can ripple far beyond just one act of office scapegoating. In this program, we'll take a look at the adverse impact that throwing someone under the bus can have on one's team, reputation, and career. We'll talk about why this happens, and what you, as a manager, can do to put a stop to it, and even avoid doing it yourself.
- Training Type: Video
- 5.6 Minutes
- English, Spanish