Failosophy: Learning to Fail Well so You Can Succeed

Adults · Learning
It’s impossible to succeed without the risk of failure, yet most organizations and individuals struggle with their failure capacity and resilience. In this time of intense innovation and entrepreneurship, we must embrace failure in order to out-execute, and that cannot happen if we avoid and punish reasonable risk-taking in our culture and ourselves. High-achieving individuals and organizations are different - embracing failure, celebrating it, and ensuring they learn critical lessons in an agile fashion. Filled with case studies and rooted in behavioral science, Failosophy exposes the secrets of winning organizations and individuals: how they think, act and respond differently to professional and personal failure - all in pursuit of greatness.

Upcoming Session

May 28, 1 PM EDT
For Adults · 45 mins

3000 of 3000 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructor

Gabe Zichermann
Gabe Zichermann is an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, mentor and teacher who is best-known for his work in Gamification. His new project, Failosophy, distills the lessons of individuals and organizations that have learned to fail fast, fail better and fail more often to achieve success - and how we can too. Gabe is originally from Toronto and resides in Los Angeles.