Embracing failure to get ahead - with the pioneer of psychological safety Amy Edmonson
Embracing the right type of failure with the groundbreaking pioneer of psychological safety, who was voted the most influential international thinker in 2019. Professor Amy Edmonson's work has transformed the culture of leading companies, universities and organisations around the world - and her thinking can change your life too.
Amy argues that we need to embrace failure - as long as it is the right kind of failure. She differentiates between intelligent failure, complex failure and basic failure. We need to embrace the former, and avoid the latter two.
Professor Edmonson explains exactly what psychological safety is, how to foster it and how important it is - and how it fits in to intelligent failures.
My debut book - Champion Thinking: How to find success without losing yourself - is available for pre-order now. Drawing on some of my favourite interviews from this podcast over the last five years, I want to challenge our ideas about 'success', and where peace, joy and fulfilment are truly to be found.
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