How Purpose-Driven Leaders Handle Two Kinds of Mistakes

Most leaders recognize, your team is going to make mistakes. The challenge is, all mistakes are not equal. There’s a big difference between errors of apathy and errors of enthusiasm. Errors of apathy are the kind of mistakes that happen when no one feels responsible, so everyone just passes.

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Should You Tattle on Your Colleague?

If you see a peer messing up, it can be hard to know what to do. Should you call them on it? Act like you didn’t notice?  Tell your boss? When you’re dialed into the purpose of your work and are deeply connected to the impact you have, mistakes,.

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Why Mistakes Don’t Always Require an Apology

When was the last time you made a mistake? Intellectually, we know, we all make mistakes.  Emotionally, it can be painful, especially at work, when promotions, bonuses, and reputations are on the line. Mistakes do not have to derail you though.  When handled correctly, they can actually help you..

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