On September 11, 2001 Virginia Buckingham was serving as the CEO of Logan Airport and was subsequently blamed for the attacks launched there. For the past sixteen years, Buckingham has worked to shed light on both the personal and broader implications of scapegoating in our culture and provide insights on building resilience.
Posts Tagged: blame
The message was this: everyone is in it for themselves here and we will look for someone to blame when anything goes wrong. I couldn’t protect my team and everyone became unwilling and fearful players in the “blame game.”
“It is easy to dodge our responsibilities, but we cannot dodge the consequences of dodging our responsibilities.” ~Sir Josiah Stamp For a long time, I have wanted to examine and write on the subject of accountability as it is such a widely used term that it has arguably become cliche. As I researched the termRead… Read more »