Why good bosses see mistakes as teachable moments

08/17/2011 | ThoughtLeaders blog

There's no point berating people or seeking to make them feel bad about making mistakes, argues Mike Figliuolo. Treating gaffes as teachable moments reflects far better on you, and is far more effective in helping keep your team on track. "Screw-ups will happen. As a leader, people will judge you by your reaction to said mistakes," Figliuolo writes.

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