Two words. We can all relate too. It shows that you are honest, vulnerable & desire to do better. It mostly shows that you are human. Who doesn’t want to do their best work for a leader that can acknowledge where they didn’t live up to their personal or professional standards.
LinkedIn | How Great Leaders Apologize
FastCompany | How to Apologize Like You Really Mean It
Forbes | Brian Williams’ Misstep: On Keeping Apologies Real
CJ | Politics @ Work. How to Play by the Rules
TED | Why Your Worst Deeds Don’t Define You | Shaka Senghor
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