Depends on the people involved.
There are many, many places, both in business and in volunteer organizations, where the rule from Dilbert applies:
"Don't step in the leadership."
Speaking of “stepping in it,” I remember Bourbonnais said the first thing he did was yell at Murray and call him a “sh—head.”
He apologized for saying something like that in church. I’m guessing he is somewhat outspoken - I know that everything I knew about the shooting was from the detailed descriptions Bourbonnais gave in interviews right afterwards.
And he unfailingly bragged on Jeanne Assam, over and over. I was quite impressed and glad that someone else witnessed it all so close by. His praise for her was quite admirable.