Sorry, Not Sorry
We have a tendency to say “I’m sorry” too often — for things that we really shouldn’t apologize for. This impacts our careers, our relationships and the next generation. So, how do we show up more unapologetically and really own the times when we do need to apologize? Hear perspectives from four local leaders and how we can flip the script.
Owner, State Farm Insurance Agency Senior Director, Coborn Cancer Center
Vice President of Client Services, Netgain