How would we approach our work if we understood that the brain can only learn by making mistakes? If at First shows that what we think are failures are actually learning events on the way to success.
Host Tony Buzan takes us to successful workplaces where people are accountable to learn from mistakes they are expected to make. If at First shows that when organizations know how to remove fear of failure, they unleash enormous potential for innovation, teamwork and achievement.
Key Learning Benefits:
Improve performance by applauding mistakes that lead to growth
Spark creativity by adopting an attitude of "trial and success"
Embolden leaders to take risks that lead to excellence
Improve quality by fearlessly, continuously striving for improvement
If at First: Overcoming the Fear of Failure