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Rules for becoming top manager - Shift Blame

By JacobHess ·
The most important rule of them all is to ALWAYS blame someone else for your mistakes.
Never, I mean never admit that you have done something wrong.
Young inexperiance managers might be missled to admit that they have done something wrong.
But so far in every case in history it was proven that it was the employee mistake.
You just have to go far enough into the past to find what employee did which led to the mistake you think you did.

For instance if you think you forgot to prepare presentation for the client this is acctually employees mistake who didn't reminded you in time.
To be more precise that presentation acctually should have been made by that employee.
You tried to help him by doing his job and he now refuses to take the blame for presentation not being done in time.
Outrages.

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