Kris Dunn talks LEADERSHIP WISDOM: “We’re Not Good Enough to Complain…”

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Worldwide FOT

There’s a negative aspect to humanity that shows up in every environment where people work in teams.

It’s called, “B*tching.”  

A softer way to say it is that people love to complain—usually about things they can’t control.  Left unchecked, the complaining can turn into a proxy or an excuse for a lack of performance.

“We didn’t get the support we needed.”  “Everyone was against us.”  “We couldn’t get anyone to cooperate.”

The smartest leadership I can summon about complaining is the following statement:

“We’re Not Good Enough to Complain.”

What’s that mean?

Read the whole post over at Kris Dunn’s The HR Capitalist (an FOT contributor blog).