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Why learning to fail can teach us to thrive

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RSA House and online via YouTube

  • Business and entrepreneurship
  • Education and learning
  • Work and employment

The world’s leading expert on the science of psychological safety draws on a lifetime’s research to show how to get failure right.

Amy Edmondson has been named the most influential management thinker in the world. In her latest work, she introduces the three archetypes of failure – simple, complex and intelligent – and explains how to harness the revolutionary potential of the good failures - and eliminate the bad.

Drawing on illuminating case-studies, from the history of open-heart surgery to the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, Edmondson offers techniques for overcoming confirmation bias and practicing persistence, reflection and accountability.

Such essential attributes and attitudes form the basis of the RSAs 10Cs framework for business which we are exploring as part of our Regenerative Capabilities Coalition.

Join Amy Edmondson at the RSA for leading-edge insights into the science and solutions that can help us promote greater innovation, efficiency and safety in our teams - both at work and in life.

*Please note this event will take place at RSA House and will be livestreamed online - please ensure to register for the correct ticket type to avoid disappointment.

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