Friday, September 3, 2010

PNoy Admitting Mistakes Builds Trust and Credibility

After trying hard in good faith, taking full responsibility for a failure is a good thing to do. If the President makes a mistake, he should be the first one to say, “hey people of the world, I just screwed this up". Leaders who say, “I’ve made a mistake. Let me try to fix it” tends to attract the appreciation of others. Admitting mistakes builds trust and credibility.

I highly recommend a book for PNoy and all people around him specially in the communications group. The title of the book is GETTING NAKED. The author is PATRICK LENCIONI. This book will teach you that honesty is the best packaging ever.



Noy owns responsibility; solons reject execs absolution
By Aytch S. de la Cruz and Angie M. Rosales

President Aquino yesterday said he was taking full responsibility for everything that had transpired in the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) failed rescue operations which ended the lives of eight Chinese tourists during the hostage taking incident last Aug. 23. Read more at


Below is the apologetic face photo of PNoy in his Facebook.