Three Good Reasons to Admit You’ve Failed

As a leader, admitting  failure is critical. Many people try to shrug off mistakes as things that happen to everyone. Although  doing so  might  seem harmless, there are many good reasons why you should admit you’ve messed up. Here are three:

*Source: Harvard Business School’s Management Tip of the Day
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