We’ve all known a person who thinks they’re always right. Usually, they’re the most annoying person in the room. It can take a lot of courage to admit when you’re wrong. But to even get to that stage, you need to be able to recognize that you’re wrong in the first place.
It’s vitally important that leaders know when they’re wrong. Imagining that you’re right, even when you’re not, will only lead to problems and can spell disaster for a business. Knowing when you’re wrong will help you to build stronger relationships and allow you to correct mistakes before they become major issues.