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The Art and Power of Persuasion Versus Manipulation

oleh vathan diva (2019-04-11)

When you made a mistake,  Hypnosis Live   learn to accept the consequences. I remember once I was driving my daughter's car and I got a ticket for leaving it on. I told myself, 'Yes, it was my mistake, I should have noticed it and I have no regrets I will pay for it." We all have learned in school that 'honesty is the best policy' and why not stick to it when we are grownups? Don't try to pull a disappearing act and stay out of sight until the smoke clears. If you are part of a mistake, the smoke will not clear unless you are noticed by someone.

I taught my subordinates, team members to notify the people who need to know when they realized that they made mistakes. Consider the people who are affected by the mistake: team members of the department, other departments and ultimately customers. The sooner you explain the mistake or situation the easier it is to fix the mistake before cascading into multiple problems. They appreciate better when they hear about the problem from you personally than from another source. Don't let the fear of getting fired stand in your way; most organizations are capable of differentiating a mistake from incompetence.

Don't panic. Keep your cool so that you can figure out the best way to recover from the error. Think about what you can do to quickly stop the unintended consequences that your company or customers may experience as a result of your mistake. Don't say or do something that will make matters worse. Good leaders regroup, step up, and take appropriate action. Gather your thoughts, think about what you need to do, and do it. Follow through on what needs to be done to get back on track. Mistakes are an inevitable part of life, so you better learn the right way to deal with them. Learn from your mistakes, do not repeat them. Reflect on what caused the mistake and what you need to do to prevent it from happening again. Once you are aware of the cause and move on.

Even the best leaders make mistakes. What makes them great is their ability to learn from their mistakes and grow from them. Mistakes can be a blessing in disguise when handled correctly. Every mistake reveals a requirement or modification in an organization, be it a process, training or policy amendment that needs to be implemented.