EMPLOYEE MISTAKES: HOW TO LET THEM MAKE THEM, LEARN FROM THEM AND MOVE ON WEBINAR
EMPLOYEE MISTAKES: HOW TO LET THEM MAKE THEM, LEARN FROM THEM AND MOVE ON
We’ve all made mistakes. Heck, we became good at walking by continuously falling down for a while, but the stakes weren’t as high as they are now and we had a cheering squad who couldn’t wait to see us reach success. Not all organizations are cheering squads when it comes to mistakes. Part of our Contagious Leadership series on how to become a better leader, this learning event focuses on how you can set boundaries, give guidelines, create great lessons, and keep from losing the farm when employees make mistakes. If you’ve ever made a mistake at the office, and been fussed at, you’ll relate. If you have team members who make mistakes but can’t seem to move past them, you’ll be elated to find out how to help in this learning event. Whether team members are new or old, experienced or novice, mistakes are a part of our learning, but how DO you let them make mistakes, turn them into valuable lessons, keep them repeating them over and over, and strive to move ahead. In Employee Mistakes: How to Let Them Make Them, Learn From Them, and Move On, you’ll learn those valuable lessons and so much more. In fact, if you’ve ever fallen on your face, but stayed down too long, or been mired in perfectionism for fear of mistake making, or even innocently erred because you didn’t know the rules, just think how those employees feel and how much they need you to know how to help them through their fumbles. Making mistakes doesn’t have to cost them their job or you your sanity. Join this learning event to learn how you can help and turn some of the biggest uh-oh’s into celebratory woo-hoo’s that propel the team toward success.
- Avoid the temptation to wallow in a mistake, staying down too long when you fall or fail
- Utilize 5 compelling reasons to allow and forgive employees who make a mistake
- Make lessons out of what seem to be looming disasters
- Clearly articulate the guidelines, rules, and boundaries employee should stay within
- Prevent large losses and mass casualties while making learning fun for those they lead