Three reasons you should accept a little share of the blame when guilty.
Most people don’t like to take their share of blame when things go wrong. When there is a fault somewhere, it means someone didn’t do something right. And therefore should be held responsible.
The problem isn’t the failed project; this often must happen. But, a real leader accepts his share of blames when things go wrong.
When people repeat the same mistakes, it can be traced to their defensive nature of not wanting to be held responsible even when they are wrong. Taking the blames when you’re guilty for a failed process reveals the leadership qualities in you.
As a leader if you refuse to take responsibility for failure, you are likely to make the same mistake.Read More