They don’t want to interact with employees as humans, but just as numbers or statistics tasked with carrying a job.
They’re not invested in their people’s success, just their own.
They seek praise without lifting a finger.
When things go wrong, they are quick to throw others under the bus.
They rise to their level of incompetence.
They are living examples of the Peter Principle.
With less than stellar performance, their titles are elevated on the basis of seniority.
They get awarded with huge bonuses and pay packages.
They get the coveted corner office.
They’re called management. They’re called leaders.
They didn’t want to serve people; they wanted to sit in glory.
Leadership is service and not an entitlement.