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Stand Up to Your Rogues

By on March 11, 2015

The BBC are not alone in being challenged by personnel who view themselves above the rules of acceptable behaviour.

We have all experienced petty tyrants who believe that they are so essential to the enterprise that they can behave however they choose without censure.

These under performing, dream stealing rat-bags are consequently rewarded with secure easy jobs, where they can get away with behaviours that would have a stronger boss showing them the door in a heart beat.

Hats off then to the BBC for suspending Jeremy Clarkson this week, they have said that no matter how important anyone thinks they are, they are not above the rules. They have chosen to accept loss of revenue and possibly risk the future of a best selling product in favour of their code of behaviour.

The best teams all understand and live by a code and at the heart of that code is a leader with the vision and courage to enforce a rule that is for a greater good.

Tell YOUR team what YOUR rules are,

protect and nurture those who support them

and if they won’t then clinically replace them with someone who will.

About Andy Clark

Practice Building Founder Andy Clark has extensive experience of the business of optics with both the multiples and the Independent sector, he is an award winning educator with a passion for creating learning experiences that have lasting value.

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