Barak Obama’s apology over his handling of Tom Daschle’s nomination is a rare example of a classic apology when the confessor admits his mistake, expresses regret and provides reparation - all made with a great sense of humility.
Transcript of "Five Steps to an Effective Public Apology"
Toyota CEO, Akio Toyoda “ I feel deeply sorry for those people who lost their lives or who were injured by traffic accidents, especially those in our own cars. I extend my sincerest condolences to them, from the bottom of my heart.”
Ex-Citigroup CEO, Charles Prince "I can only say that I am deeply sorry that our management – starting with me – was not more prescient, and that we did not foresee what lay before us."