Reframing failure: an interview with Lise Ribeiro

I recently spoke to Lise Ribeiro about failure and resilience. In her role as Head of Whole Person Working, Lise leads on the Resilience and Wellbeing Network. Here she talks about her personal experience of failure - and success - and how she reacts to failure and reframes it to maximise learning.

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Deans as Catalysts of Change

The role of a university or business school dean in the 21st century is increasingly challenging, multifaceted and complex – the context ever-changing and the learning environment more diverse and demanding than ever.

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Leaders – are they heroes or servants?

I’ve been shocked at the behaviour of some of our political leaders over the last year! It’s led me to reflect on leadership and service and to wonder what the world is calling for now. In my despair, it’s easy to long for a hero to step up and save us. With red boots and a tiara in her hair? For sure!

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Psychological safety at work

"Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes." Amy Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management, Harvard Business School

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Failure sucks, but instructs

Feeling that we have failed can be demoralising, debilitating and confidence-destroying. Being able to carry on after failing is one part of developing resilience – another is to know how to learn from failure and avoid repeating patterns of mistakes.

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Leadership Insights: Glyn Fussell

As part of our ongoing series exploring leadership in 2017, our facilitators will be giving their leadership insights - a look behind the scenes at what motivates them, what they are working on and what they think is really important for leadership. First up is Glyn Fussell. Glyn is a highly experienced leadership development consultant, facilitator and coach and a Co-Director of the Oasis School for Human Relations.

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