How Passive Aggressiveness is a Leadership Sin

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Maybe it’s a cultural fault but too many people are taught that passive-aggressiveness is a good thing.

It is not. One of the worst things a leader, at any level, can be, is passive-aggressive. A quick reminder of what this causes:

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Vincent Vicari, MPA

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Artist, illustrator, and writer inspiring others through Personal Development and Creativity. See more at https://vincentvicariart.com

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