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Why toxic senior leaders survive — and sometimes thrive — in the military


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About a year ago in a candid one-on-one discussion, I asked a senior general officer in the Air Force why he had not yet removed a commander well known to be toxic. He told me that he would like to, but that too many other people had been removed lately and there was “no appetite” to remove yet another senior leader. Instead, that commander went on to another prestigious position on a staff. https://www.airforcetimes.com/opinion/commentary/2020/09/04/why-toxic-senior-leaders-survive-and-sometimes-thrive-in-the-military/

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