A better way to accomplish that goal is to mentally work out solutions to the actual problem at hand. If someone isn’t doing their job, think of how to solve the problem itself. This may involve directly confronting the person, or it may involve actually going to your superior and reporting them for not doing their job properly.
You might be able to solve it by implementing some small new change to your workplace that makes it easier for people to do their jobs properly. This could be as simple as a visible checklist, a “reminder” email, or something similar
(This is unfinished, but I’d rather just throw it up instead of letting it fester in a Drafts folder. I’m not sure where I was going with this; maybe someone else can figure it out?)