There are appropriate circumstances where blaming is necessary and healthy in bringing resolve to a bad situation. However, the type of blame we are addressing is unhealthy and chronic kind. It is the habitual and reactive sort that blocks your personal growth, damages your relationships, and gets in the way of your own well-being.
Growth in leadership requires that you not only take responsibility for your teammates, but that you extinguish your blame-thrower. Refuse to be a leader that’s always pointing a finger whenever something or someone misses the mark.