Betrayal is sometimes a good thing

In this Human Relations piece [subscription required] ISPSO associate James Krantz argues that

“betrayal is an essential element of leadership and organizational change.”

He suggests that during significant change “decisions that breach existing social, psychological and intrapsychic configurations” have dynamic reverbations and these “transgressions are often experienced as betrayal.”
This is an aspect of courageous leadership that I hadn’t really thought about as such before.

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