In the self-rating part of the performance evaluations, several praised themselves. That's despite the fact that the institution is on probation. The local paper Arizona Daily Star obtained those documents through a public-records request. Here is the coverage by Carol Ann Alaimo.
This is one of the worst-case scenarios of what can happen when we are not appropriately humble. Now that organizations share networks, it is easy to take a deep dive into word-processing files. The indiscreet will be fiddling with their resumes and cover letters for other opportunities at their present jobs. Their colleagues can view the grandiose way they present themselves. That will travel fast amidst the office grapevine.
Pope Francis has become the unofficial patron saint of professional humility. Through his own lack of grandiosity he has become a global rock star.