It is common to see recognition and praise for the accomplishments of others. We can easily “like” something through social media, or acknowledge a job well done. Leaders, however, also need to support a different conversation in the workplace. One that holds others accountable and gives open and constructive feedback. And to show that failure is not only OK, but an inevitable part of the development process – and our day-to-day life. The Success of Failure shows how failure is part of the journey in learning and growing as leaders and as individuals. During this session, you will:
Learn what is failure and what it means to find “the success of failure”
Understand why you need to fail and why it is critical to your success.
Understand what the actions and behaviors are when we fail.
Explore the model for helping ourselves, and others, see the success in failing.
Failure is not only OK, but an inevitable part of the development process and day-to-day life.
Everyone carries "head-trash" in their own ways.
Only you can control your own actions and beliefs.
Empathy is important part of the health of our relationships, but also in our own health.
Program will be certified for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI credits.
Fueled by his desire to create stronger relationships between leaders and their employees, Mike educates leaders on the importance of culture and putting employees first and the role leaders play in accomplishing both.
Mike has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and an MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. He is a well-known speaker and author on engagement, culture, and leadership. He is also an adjunct professor at Butler University in Indianapolis, IN.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Registration begins: 7:30 am
Introduction & Table Discussions: 8:00 am
Program begins: 8:15 am
Program concludes: 9:30 am
Indiana Wesleyan University - Indianapolis North campus
3777 Priority Way S Dr
Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
A $5 discount will be applied for those registering a week or more prior to the event.