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#100 Make It Happen with Amy Edmondson and failing well

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Today, we're delighted to host an exceptional guest, Amy Edmondson, a distinguished professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School. Amy's credentials are impressive: she's penned seven books and over 75 articles, gaining recognition for her trailblazing work on psychological safety. In her latest work, "The Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well," now available in Danish, Amy delves into the intricate relationship between psychological safety and intelligent failure.

Our focus today is on understanding and embracing failure. Success isn't just about taking risks; it's also about being prepared to face and learn from failure. But how do we constructively discuss failure? What kind of environments foster a mindset where learning through failure is not just accepted, but encouraged? How can we transform our relationship with failure, mistakes, and setbacks, turning them into stepping stones for success?

In this episode, we'll explore these questions and more. We'll examine how to place failure at the heart of our endeavors and discuss strategies for 'failing well' – making mistakes that lead us in the right direction. Join us as we unpack how to harness the power of failure to fuel creativity, resilience, and adaptability. Let's dive into the art of making it happen by failing well, thriving, and responding positively to change.

Listen and learn:

  • Explore the science of failing Well: Amy Edmondson's book, "The Right Kind of Wrong," delves into the science of failing well, offering insights on differentiating between basic, complex, and intelligent failure.
  • Foster creativity and resilience: Learn how 'failing well' can foster creativity, resilience, and adaptability, and discover the importance of psychological safety as an environment that facilitates such behaviors.
  • Understand the key to handling failure: Gain practical strategies on understanding oneself, the situation, and the system to effectively handle and learn from failures, drawing inspiration from leading failure practitioners.
  • Unlock personal and professional growth: Embrace the far-reaching impact of failing well, discovering how it contributes to personal and professional growth, and understand how teams can turn intelligent errors into valuable learning opportunities.
  • Transform education and cultivate a growth mindset: Explore the essential role of failure in restructuring education systems and creating a culture that encourages failing well. Amy's top three points, including taking more risks and having deep conversations, providing actionable insights for embracing failure and fueling creativity.
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Indhold leveret af Henrik Dresbøll. Alt podcastindhold inklusive episoder, grafik og podcastbeskrivelser uploades og leveres direkte af Henrik Dresbøll eller deres podcastplatformspartner. Hvis du mener, at nogen bruger dit ophavsretligt beskyttede værk uden din tilladelse, kan du følge processen beskrevet her https://da.player.fm/legal.

Today, we're delighted to host an exceptional guest, Amy Edmondson, a distinguished professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School. Amy's credentials are impressive: she's penned seven books and over 75 articles, gaining recognition for her trailblazing work on psychological safety. In her latest work, "The Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well," now available in Danish, Amy delves into the intricate relationship between psychological safety and intelligent failure.

Our focus today is on understanding and embracing failure. Success isn't just about taking risks; it's also about being prepared to face and learn from failure. But how do we constructively discuss failure? What kind of environments foster a mindset where learning through failure is not just accepted, but encouraged? How can we transform our relationship with failure, mistakes, and setbacks, turning them into stepping stones for success?

In this episode, we'll explore these questions and more. We'll examine how to place failure at the heart of our endeavors and discuss strategies for 'failing well' – making mistakes that lead us in the right direction. Join us as we unpack how to harness the power of failure to fuel creativity, resilience, and adaptability. Let's dive into the art of making it happen by failing well, thriving, and responding positively to change.

Listen and learn:

  • Explore the science of failing Well: Amy Edmondson's book, "The Right Kind of Wrong," delves into the science of failing well, offering insights on differentiating between basic, complex, and intelligent failure.
  • Foster creativity and resilience: Learn how 'failing well' can foster creativity, resilience, and adaptability, and discover the importance of psychological safety as an environment that facilitates such behaviors.
  • Understand the key to handling failure: Gain practical strategies on understanding oneself, the situation, and the system to effectively handle and learn from failures, drawing inspiration from leading failure practitioners.
  • Unlock personal and professional growth: Embrace the far-reaching impact of failing well, discovering how it contributes to personal and professional growth, and understand how teams can turn intelligent errors into valuable learning opportunities.
  • Transform education and cultivate a growth mindset: Explore the essential role of failure in restructuring education systems and creating a culture that encourages failing well. Amy's top three points, including taking more risks and having deep conversations, providing actionable insights for embracing failure and fueling creativity.
  continue reading

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