Do you agree or not that strong leaders can and should apologizie!
or should they say I lead and you follow?
Forbes.com (6/05/2012) Courageous Leaders Don’t Make Excuses…They Apologize
Apologizing freely requires a good deal of courage. It’s not comfortable for any of us to admit an error, or to acknowledge that something we’ve done has caused others harm or inconvenience. So when someone truly apologizes, we know he or she is putting honesty and honor above personal comfort or self-protection. It’s inspiring, and it feels brave.
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