Saying sorry | Do leaders really learn from their mistakes?

Do leaders really learn from their mistakes?

In this Grapevine Leaders piece, we explore the question of leaders taking ownership of their mistakes. It includes:

  • A look at the case of Vishal Garg, the CEO who caused a scandal by sacking 900 employees over Zoom, now back in his role after a period of reflection

  • A look at the case of BewDog, the CEO of which has written an article admitting to his mistakes as a leader

  • Analysis of whether a toxic culture can be changed without a change of leadership

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