I read a great article in the December issue of Entrepreneur and I said, “self, share the highlights with your network!” Here it is!
Are you surprised by the Forum Corporation’s findings that only 19% of all leader apologize regularly? Me either.
1. Studies show that leaders who apologize are perceived as stronger leaders.
2. When leaders apologize, they created a culture of credibility and accountability.
3. Apologizing provides you an opportunity to create a sense of security in the face of uncertainty.
4. Apologizing creates the platform to ask”why” in your effort to move forward.
5. Apologizing is the beginning of “moving on.”
For more information, search for Vanessa Van Edwards! She wrote the original article and is the founder of Science of People.