"More people would learn from their mistakes if they weren’t so busy denying that they made them." -Anonymous
All too often mistakes are seen as failures, and the people who make them can be judged even more harshly. But the truth is that making mistakes is inevitable. If we're human, we're going to "mess up" both personally and professionally. As difficult as it can be to own up to our own missteps, it can be even harder for leaders to appropriately and professionally lead employees when things go wrong. However, if addressed well, mistakes can be huge opportunities for growth for employees, leaders and companies at large. The following article published in Business Insider sheds light on ten successful leaders and how they respond to employee mistakes.