Mistakes happen! What do you do when you screw up? Fess up!
Say “I’m sorry!”
Saying sorry goes a long way in smoothing out the situation. You are owning the mistake!
Sometimes the fix is outside of your immediate control. Do what you can to understand why it happened and put measures in place to prevent it from happening again.
Realize that you have an opportunity to make others feel better, and that’s the big secret!
Do You Have A Good Attitude at Work from CAREEREALISM
Mistakes are Learning Opportunities
When you are new at doing something, mistakes are a right of passage. You WILL make them. Learn from them!
7 Rookie Networking Mistakes You’re Making Right Now from YouTern
Using Failure as Fuel: The Ant-Bio from Glassdoor
For those of you who receive my blog post via email or rss feed, I am so sorry that for a week you have not been getting updates! I was blogging away but wasn’t monitoring the feed and just realized it was kind of broken. It has been fixed by a talented web guy and all should be good. Let me know if you can’t access the posts from last week.
As a way of saying “I’m sorry”, please accept this mini eBook on how to start your job off on the right foot! You’ve landed a new job Congratulations Now What It is something I send to people when I hear they have secured a new job. We all know how important it is to make a great first impression and hit the ground running! I hope this will help.
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