A damage-control plan for those inevitable leadership lapses

03/5/2012 | ArtPetty.com

Making mistakes is a natural part of leadership, but it's important to respond to them correctly, Art Petty writes. You should acknowledge when you have made a mistake and avoid making excuses. "Blaming the weather, competitors, the market, sunspots, lack of resources or anyone else on your team is only going to exponentially compound the damage to your leadership credibility," he explains.

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