Written as a satire that struck a chord of fidelity with leaders across the globe, The Peter Principle suggests that people in any hierarchy tend to be promoted based upon their success in their previous role. They continue to get promoted until they reach a level at which they are no longer competent. They then stay put, without any real capacity to perform in the role.
Sound advice. Thanks for sharing. I like using the term Arrested Development when referring to instances where you have a high performing and/or high potential person reporting to an incompetent leader.