Shifting the Stigma of Learning from Mistakes

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/08/2018
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Location
Dorchester Collection Academy

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Here is an event worth including in your professional development calendar for August. Have you ever attended a Fishbowl Discussion?

PSK Performance are hosting this Fishbowl Discussion on the topic ‘Shifting the Stigma of Learning from Mistakes’. This is your invite to come along, experience this new way of learning and connect with professionals from a wide range of industries.

It is well known that people learn through engagement during everyday tasks and social interactions at work. Yet, when things don’t go exactly to plan there is a sense of blame, mistrust and sometimes covert behaviours within teams that creep in that can shatter ones confidence.

Making mistakes can actually have a positive effect. In fact, there are organisations where good employees make mistakes and leaders support them. They do this by encouraging them to talk openly about their failures and sharing the experience within the team, to reduce a further repeat in the future.

This interactive and thought-provoking Fishbowl Discussion will entice and stimulate your thinking, where collectively we will address;

Classic mistakes, where decisions or actions fail to deliver the desired outcome

Consciously practicing reflective techniques and applying a constructive thinking approach

Responding to and overcoming changes beyond our control

Error management culture. Shifting from a blame culture to a learning and productive culture

The event is on Tuesday 7th August from 8:30am to 10.30am at the Dorchestor Collection Acadmey, Mayfair London.

Join colleagues from a range of industries and be sure to have a question (or two) ready to interact with the group.

LPI Members receive a discounted rate – For further information and to register simply click here

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