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Successful Leaders Admit Their Mistakes


It’s easy to blame others when mistakes happen; I have seen this countless times. But unfortunately, many people in leadership positions throw their team under the bus when errors are made and fail to take any responsibility for anything in their department and, by extension, their organization.


Insecure and weak leaders hate admitting that anything has gone wrong and will try to spin the situation to their advantage, but true leaders are humble enough to admit their mistakes, stand up for their team and create an environment that allows people to learn from their mistakes as opposed to hiding them.



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stephanie domingue
stephanie domingue
Jun 29, 2023

This is extremely true. Taking responsibility for mistakes helps build trust.

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Gifford Thomas
Gifford Thomas
Jul 01, 2023
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So true, thanks for sharing.

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