Aug 31, 2020
In this episode, Mike and Jody
discuss the best ways to handle mistakes when they
are the best ways to handle mistakes?
can we handle current mistakes?
do you view historical mistakes?
- It is
great to share stories about lessons learned.
- It is
important to be transparent and open.
can all learn from each others mistakes and learn from the stories
that relate to those mistakes.
you are unable to fix or address the mistake on your own, it is
important to get other people involved as quickly as
make a mistake bigger than it already is.
out to others.
you can fix it immediately, fix it!
- Depends on the scope of the mistake, the type
of mistake and your capability to fix it.
- Owning mistakes can help build a greater level
of credibility and trust.
- People can learn lessons from you when you
share historical mistakes.
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