Failure is a tough nut. Either we treat it like the other 'f-word' or we're espousing the virtues of it for learning. Let's face it. We don't have much resilience when failure comes crashing into our lives and careers. Most often, we play it safe. We avoid it or feel shame or blame when failure inevitably happens. We've had plenty of experiences that tell us failure should be avoided at all costs. Before you think this is your "unmotivational" speech, trust me when I say that this is empowerment personified. We will be challenging the very definitions of success and failure that we've blindly accepted and it's sabotaging our well-being, performance, and satisfaction. What does failure mean to you? Does it define you? Can you give yourself the permission to fail?
In this session, you will truly experience and absorb the F.L.I.P. framework: Fail, Learn, Ignite, Praise. Each dimension of FLIP allows you to harness the power that comes from failure and let go of ego or judgement. Learning from your failures creates your path to greatness. These lessons will forever change you and help you become more decisive, confident, and action-oriented. The question is... where's your FLIP? How can you become more failure resilient? If you're ready to explore how unconditional recognition of yourself and others can ignite passion and performance, this session is for you. In this energizing and entertaining session (with a few fun twists), you as an HR professional will awaken possibilities, retain people, deepen connections, source solutions, and improve individual and organizational performance by recognizing greatness in a whole new light. Rather than kryptonite, let failure be your superpower.
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- Develop greater failure resiliency by deconstructing unhealthy failure resistance
- Identify how to best share, explore and leverage the inevitable failures to fuel performance and innovation
- Experience the flip side of failing firsthand and reflect on its relevant personally and professionally
- Create a failure resiliency intention at a self, team and organizational level.
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