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Admit bad decisions

Great leaders admit that it was the collective insight from bad decisions that taught them invaluable lessons and how to see opportunities in everything and anticipate the unexpected more quickly. (Forbes)

"Successful leaders are transparent enough with themselves and others to admit their wrong doings so that those around them can also benefit from their learnings."


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