The Screw Up Post I Shouldn’t Have to Write

If you ask any leader for the right way to handle a screw up, you’ll likely hear the following advice.

1.  Admit the screw up

2.  Apologize

3.  Do what you can to make it right.

Try it.  Tell a few leaders you just screwed up and ask for advice.   Let me know if you hear something else.

Leaders KNOW what to do when they screw up, but when they’re the one doing the screwing (up), many employ different tactics.  Read more

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