Ever hear (or say) something like “Diane is THE PROBLEM. Everything will be solved if we just get rid of her.”
How often does this type of response show up when things aren’t working at work?
Look, maybe Diane is THE PROBLEM and she must go. However, then again, maybe there’s a deeper issue lurking under the radar.
Our natural tendency is to point the finger at her, him or them and step back from looking at the whole enchilada.