Seven mistakes are commonly made by those aiming to expose wrongdoing

• Trusting too much
• Not having enough evidence
• Using the wrong style
• Not waiting for the right opportunity
• Not building support
• Playing the opponent’s game
• Not knowing when to stop.”


The whistleblower’s handbook: how to be an effective resister — By Brian Martin
Published in 1999 by Jon Carpenter in Charlbury, UK and Envirobook in Sydney, Australia
URL: http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/99wh.pdf

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