Fail small, early, and often… so you don’t fail late, once, and big!
In your organization, is there a “fear of failure” or do individuals “self-report” their mistakes and failures to their peers, subordinates or superiors? Failing Cubed encourages participants (from front-line employees to senior executives) to learn from their past failures and cultivate a more just work culture.
- Define what failure is and the different levels of failure in professionalism.
- Record (and share with the group if comfortable) the failures they have experienced or witnessed in professional life, and what was learned from the failure.
- Discuss the three rules about how to fail in business (if it is inevitable and you know that it will happen).
- The importance of WHEN you fail. Organizational cultures that practice justice and mercy will tolerate small failures (so long as they are not reckless or negligent).
- We really can’t discovery what is truly good or bad with experiencing failure, either through experience or observation.
- It is best to “fail small, fail early and fail often rather than to fail big and fail late.”
- The key is to self-report your failure before it is too late.
Includes the Following
- Pre-Training Survey
- Pre-Training Reading
- Participant Workbook
- Interactive Polling
- Remote Participants
- Video Vignettes
- Custom Scenarios
- Post-Training Tools