Apology

Ellen DeGeneres Is the New-Era Example Business Leaders Can Learn From

The beleaguered talk show host's public-facing apology is a testament to putting a stake in the ground and pledging new intentions.

Caroline Stokes

What You Can Learn From This YouTube Star's Apology Debacle

Logan Paul said he was sorry -- twice -- after he seemingly filmed and posted video of the body of a person who had committed suicide.

Nina Zipkin

3 Secrets to a Sincere Apology

Leaders who apologize for their mistakes are actually perceived as stronger and more inspirational than those who don't acknowledge their mistakes, according to a study.

Why You Should Stop Saying Sorry, According to Science

New research shows that apologies can have negative effects.

Rose Leadem

5 Ways to Keep Your Head When Things Get Testy in the Workplace

Cooling down after a confrontation takes focus and insight.

Eric Samson

The Number One Lesson You Can Learn from Fyre Festival: Preparation is Everything

Make sure that you create the infrastructure needed to deliver on your promises.

Nina Zipkin

Trump and Clinton Are Case Studies in How Not to Apologize

Researchers have determined what constitutes a "full apology.'' We're sorry to tell you both candidates fall short, though one more than the other.

Gregg Ward

Hillary Clinton and the Etiquette of Issuing a Proper Apology

The Democratic presidential nominee has done a reasonably good job of dampening the uproar she sparked by labeling of half of Trump supporters "deplorables.''

10 Rules for Success as a Woman

Quit apologizing when you didn't do anything wrong and when you share the credit, keep the portion that is rightfully yours.

Carol Roth