Everyone makes mistakes.

However, not everyone admits to making them, and that can lead to much bigger problems.

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres used the opening monologue of her season premiere to address her role allegations of a toxic production environment at the daytime series in her opening monologue. It was time to admit a mistake.

Did Ellen accomplish that goal?

Learn five maneuvers to help create an architecture for getting you through the sometimes brutal process of admitting when you are wrong.

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“Ellen DeGeneres” by ronpaulrevolt2008 is licensed under CC BY 2.0

© Molly McPherson 2020


For anyone who struggles with imposter syndrome when they are presenting virtually, do I have a solution for you!

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