Reasons Why? Part 1

No matter how many pieces of training, classes or leadership changes, the toxic work environment will always exist in the military.

“If we don’t do something about toxic leadership, I mean in the end, not to be too dramatic, but it does have life or death consequences. And quite honestly, we owe it to the American public.” Gen. David Perkins

The Army then launched a pilot project to take a second step toward dealing with the problem: In addition to having leaders evaluate their subordinates, as just about every institution does, they asked subordinates to evaluate their leaders — anonymously…

…anonymously? I think not! The 360 evaluation is a shame and they always find a loophole, just like the new NCO Evaluation System.


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