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About 'tall-poppy syndrome' comment in today's AFR.

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About 'tall-poppy syndrome' comment in today's AFR.

Post by a_stoic_ronin » Sat Jun 03, 2017 10:05 pm

Mr Herft neglected his criticism and the criticism of the way he managed Guvera in media labelling his critics suffering from tall poppy syndrome. Today Mr Herft and Guvera stand annihilated. Here is the quote and the source:
However, Guvera chief executive Darren Herft hit back on Sunday blaming "the ugly Australian tall poppy syndrome" for the comments on social media.

http://www.smh.com.au/business/innovati ... pby25.html

Mr Malley is neglecting his criticism and the criticism of the way he managed CPA Australia in media labelling his critics suffering from tall-poppy syndrome. He should learn something from Heft – Loberg –Guvera saga from not-too-distant past. Here is the quote and source:

Mr Malley has rejected calls for him to step down and accused his critics of suffering from tall-poppy syndrome …

http://www.afr.com/business/accounting/ ... z4iwHRb7sz

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