In the episode 8 of the Human Centered Management Podcast we explore the culture around failure in the workplace. We tend to hide our mistakes in order to keep ourselves safe. Is it really supporting the organization’s purpose? Today, we articulate the discussion around 3 questions:
First, What does failure mean in our society? We will consider where does the meaning of failure comes from and what we make it mean.
Second, we will consider ways to change the social meaning of failure to change our mindsets? There is a huge need to reframe failure to make it more about learning something new that defining a person as being the failure.
Third, I will share with you practical ideas on how to start dealing with failure differently in your organization. It starts with having the discussion about the meaning of failure around FuckUps nights for example. It is also by giving a brave space for people to open up. You need to meet the person at a human level embracing their imperfection.
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