ACHIEVE Workplace Culture Podcast

Episode 3: Lessons from “Partygate”

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What’s the right way to take ownership for a mistake and apologize? Randy, Wendy, and Eric explore what leaders can learn from Boris Johnson’s “Partygate” and share insights from their new book, Don’t Blame the Lettuce. Also highlighted is Robert Iger’s book, The Ride of a Lifetime.

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