You escape a rip tide by, perhaps counterintuitively, by swimming perpendicular to it (parallel to the shore) and not against it. Think about escaping the client "rip tide" in the same manner. Instead of trying to help recruit people to replace
When I take on client projects, I begin by getting myself organized in terms of what the desired outcomes are and what I know and need to know. One of the key components of that process is validating what the client has
A "kangaroo court" is not a marsupial legal body, but rather an illegitimate court trying to find someone guilty of something without proper evidence or procedures. That's often the case in organizations, where blame is favored over cause and punishment over
If everyone in leadership positions in government, business, academia, non-profits, news media, and entertainment would stop looking for "blame" and start looking for causes to correct, we'd start solving our problems more quickly and inexpensively. The problem with the "blame game"