And we’re back! With 2017 in the rear view mirror we can look ahead or look back and in this chat we kind of do both.
This week we look at mistakes – those blunders, misses and oops’s that we recognize either the moment they happen or some time later on. And although it can be a a cringe-worthy reflective moment, it’s also an opportunity when planning for the next steps forward.
In this week’s GuildChat we’ll discuss how we can learn from mistakes (ours or others), how to let go and how mistakes can be the launching pad to greater success. Don’t hesitate to bring forward some of your errors (as I’m sure we’ll ask) and share how you used them to grow and succeed!
Join us THIS Friday!
Q1 Why do you think people are generally so terrified of making mistakes at work/ in their work?
Q2 How can we best remove/reduce the crippling emotional responses from big mistakes we make?
Q3 When a project goes wrong, what questions are good to ask yourself when reflecting on it?
Q4 What’s a mistake made by another that helped you learn/improve?
Q5 How can we convince stakeholders who push back on using a Learning through Mistakes approach understand that it works?
Q6 How do you find balance between giving learners room to make mistakes & not making it so hard they get discouraged?
Q7 Are there times where learning from mistakes isn’t the right fit for a learning experience? Why or why not?
Q8 How can we help our organizations be more tolerant of mistakes?
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!