Leaders Admit Mistakes Fearlessly

Leaders need to be people of integrity who are willing to admit mistakes, show that they care, and be vulnerable and honest.—Ray Anderson When we are open to being vulnerable, we know we are fully alive. —Zalman Schachter-Shalomi

I attended a leadership development workshop in Boston facilitated by Peter Senge. On the second day, he walked into the classroom clearly in a circumspect mood. He took a few minutes to compose himself before sharing the disturbing news that one of his teenage son’s best friends had been killed in a car accident the previous night. He went on to share that he considered the ...

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