On Wednesday, March 8th, Robby Slaughter will speak at Crane Credit Union in Franklin, Indiana, on the topic of failure. The event includes light refreshments and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.
The number one problem at work is fear of failure. Yet we must learn to embrace mistakes in order to improve. This workshop covers the psychology of failure and helps change the conversation around perfection and transformation. Major topics include:
- Role of Failure — What is the purpose of failure in decision-making, learning, and developing strategies
- Intentional Mistakes — Do we benefit from screwing up, on purpose?
- Great failures in history — People and organizations who have made serious errors and dramatic recoveries.
The Crane Executive Leadership Series features nine programs throughout the course of 2016, each hosted on the first Wednesday of the month either at the Plainfield or Franklin locations. Doors open at 9:00 am; programs run from 9:15 am to 10:15 am and include a light breakfast and refreshments. The event series is free to the general public; registration is required at www.cranecu.org/executiveseries
Joining Crane is easy and only requires opening a savings account with a minimum balance of $5.00. Members at Crane can enjoy services like online and mobile banking, bill pay, eStatements, and MoneySmart, a personal financial management tool. Crane also offers a full line of savings, checking, and loan products.
Robby Slaughter is a workflow and productivity expert. His focus is helping organizations and individuals to become more efficient, more effective and more satisfied at work. Robby is a regular contributor in several regional magazines and has been interviewed by national publications such as the Wall Street Journal. His latest book is The Battle For Your Email Inbox.