Management seem terrified of criticism

Management seem terrified of criticism or acknowledgement of mistakes.

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If you don't acknowledge mistakes than you can't improve the system.

 

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by PhilIOMGov on July 12, 2018 at 04:50PM

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  • Posted by JB July 17, 2018 at 10:01

    They are not only frightened of criticism, but are also frightened to manage and criticise workers and keep the work force working at their best level.
  • Posted by martinsewell July 18, 2018 at 14:16

    There is evidence of 'Defensiveness' in some of the responses to the range of suggestions.
    Many are not criticisms, simply suggesting 'there may be a better way'!
  • Posted by moleInView July 26, 2018 at 10:32

    They go to extreme lengths to hide the truth.When we do hear the facts,we know management are liars and are responsible for preventing proper investigations into serious mistakes and payments of compensation to help put things right.Mind you,if every mistake got a payout,there'd be no money left after 3 months.But, it's the failure to admit the truth which results in a gross erosion of trust and confidence across the service,the public,and service reviewers.If only we had some sort of a independant regulatory body from the UK under whom we could work? One we can't bribe possibly.
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