Forgiveness: An Unsung Skill For Any Business Owner

When an employee makes a big mistake with big ramifications for your business, it may inspire some ruthless impulses as to how to handle the situation. However, leadership psychology suggests that in order the salvage the best outcome you can, you need to do something that may seem counterintuitive to a success-minded entrepreneur. You need to forgive them, you need to tell them so and move on. If you hold a grudge against the employee, they will hold a grudge against you and themselves and be discouraged from further achievement either from lack of confidence or fear of drawing attention to themselves and reminding you that they are still on your payroll. According to the basic properties of solid leadership and business practice, holding these grudges is bound to hold you company back from growing.


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