Responding to Public Criticism

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Being a leader in any field is a double-edged sword. Leaders are idolized when they succeed and ridiculed, criticized, and lambasted when they fall short. Having thick skin and a short memory are often key to maintaining one’s mental health in the hot seat, but simply withstanding criticism isn’t usually enough for business leaders; they need to be able to respond to public criticism as well.

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Facing criticism can be an emotional experience. Correspondingly, it’s easy to let emotion drive the response, and many leaders respond to criticism by getting defensive and emotional themselves.

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