Why good apologies are sometimes necessary

03/11/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Apologies are sometimes necessary to diffuse workplace rifts, particularly between a manager and a team member, Dr. Mark Goulston writes. Effective apologies have three components, starting with admitting fault and being sincere in your regret. "Show them you understand the effect it had on them," he writes.

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