People normally focus to avoid being exposed when they do something wrong. They feel that they would feel highly embarrassed when people know that they have done something wrong. Is it true?
The rule is to admit when you are wrong. The fact is when you admit when you are wrong then people develop more regards for you. Their trust in your intentions and competence is firmly established because they are fully aware that if something wrong happens then you will admit.
Indirectly that means that they accept everything else that you are doing as something genuine and authentic. That directly adds to more power in your relationship with them.