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Banish Fault-Finding

"For most people, the fear of being blamed looms larger than the hope of getting credit. This means that in an attempt to avoid risk, people often make the wrong choice—or no choice at all. So at your workplace, and in any sort of group environment, do your part to help create an atmosphere in which people aren't scared to speak up or make bold moves. Rather than rehash past missteps, spotlight successes and steer conversations toward finding solutions." —Ben Dattner, PhD, executive coach and author of The Blame Game

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