Project Management

Do You Understand the Power of Failure?

March 23, 2017 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)

Platform: Adobe Connect
Capacity:
Duration: 60 min
Presenter: M. Aslam Mirza


Support: Earning PDUs | Tips For Attendees

Do you feel comfortable with discussing your failure? Generally NOT. It is an illusion.

Often “failure” is taken negatively and considered a weakness when in fact it means you are producing, you are growing and Insights come with it. You kill creativity and innovation by not allowing yourself - and your team - to fail and possibly remain in a rut with no improvement.

The challenge is that failure might be a great teacher, but it is also a cryptic one. Figuring out its lessons is no easy task, especially when we’re still nursing a bruised ego and swimming in frustration, disappointment, and demoralization. Not to mention the occasional embarrassment, resentment, and hopelessness.

In order to learn from our failures, we need a way to decode the “teachable moments” hidden within them. We need a method for deducing what exactly those lessons are and how they can improve our chances of growth and future success.

The learning session will provide the following;

  1. Create a mindset to deal with failure
  2. How to learn from a failure
  3. Working out a methodology
  4. Failure – respect the teacher
This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
 
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"The higher up you go, the more mistakes you are allowed. Right at the top, if you make enough of them, it's considered to be your style."

- Fred Astaire