The Science of Failing Well | Amy Edmondson
Ever been paralyzed by the fear of failing or judged by your mistakes? You're not alone. From school tests to career flops, we've all faced moments that shook our confidence. But what if failure is not an enemy but a stepping stone to success? My guest today, Amy Edmondson, is the Novartis Professor of Leadership at Harvard and author of the new book Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well.
🔍 Amy's 20+ years of research on transforming failure into a powerhouse of growth.
🚀 Techniques to hurdle past setbacks and achieve your true potential.
🧠 Dive deep into 'psychological safety' and why it's pivotal for risk-taking and innovation.
🛠️ Turn your failures into 'intelligent failures' with practical strategies.
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