Fail Faster!

Building Resilient Leaders

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Agility, grit, and resilience are the new leadership currency.

Have you ever thought about all the massively successful products, creations and innovations we enjoy today because their inventors/creators were able to consistently bounce back and overcome failure?

Failure is a hot topic in the business world today. That’s because we are starting to recognize that failure is information, and it comes with valuable lessons, if we can shift our viewpoint to see and embrace them. One of the key ways to do this is to build resilience in our organizations, and the way to do that is by building more resilient leaders and employees.

Adopt A Growth Mindset

Leaders that develop a growth mindset embrace challenges, learn from adversity, and inspire greatness in others

A growth mindset allows you to persist in the face of set-backs, navigate change and uncertainty, and embrace opportunities.

Build engagement, improve performance, and maximize potential

FAIL FASTER KEYNOTE & WORKSHOP GOALS

 Identify and overcome self-defeating habits
Build emotional intelligence and agility
Proactively identify and manage stress triggers
Adopt a growth mindset which will transform the way you approach challenge and adversity
Gain clarity on priorities, goals, and values
Develop research-proven strategies to build grit and grow resilience

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Learn what habits are keeping you stuck, identify your personal triggers, build emotional intelligence, and overcome the fear of failure to accomplish more than you ever thought possible.

THE NUTS & BOLTS OF RESILIENT LEADERS

RESILIENT LEADERS GROW THE ORGANIZATION

A growing body of scientific research confirms that that resilience is a key factor in helping employees cope with workplace stress, change, and adversity. Regardless of position or title, a resilient leader is someone that is authentic, aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and adapts to changing circumstances while encouraging others to do the same. These leaders build powerful relationships, balance competing priorities, and believe that they are always capable of improvement.

RE-THINKING FAILURE

Unfortunately, fear of failure stifles the ability to build resilience, creating an environment of the status quo. Resilient leaders refuse to be paralyzed by failure, rather they use the information to iterate, innovate, and inspire. Successful leaders challenge the way things have “always been done”, embrace new ideas, and take calculated risks. Failure comes with the most valuable set of lessons, if we can shift our viewpoint to see them. Failure cultivates humility, builds resiliency, and breeds fearlessness. Challenge yields the greatest opportunities for growth.

BECOME A RESILIENT LEADER

How do leaders influence others and build a resilient team and organization? They set the tone.

Each day, resilient leaders are very deliberate in the mood and tone they are setting, knowing their impact is felt far beyond the people with whom they have immediate contact. Through their confidence, calm and focus, resilient leaders are able to take anxiety and fear of change and transform them into accelerators of greatness.

HOW RESILIENT ARE YOU?

Download the Resilience Self-Assessment and find out!

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anne grady with her arms crossed wearing jade colored dressAnne Grady is a Speaker, Author, and #TruthBomb Dropper.

Anne shares practical strategies that can be applied both personally and professionally to improve relationships, navigate change, and triumph over adversity. And she’ll make you laugh while she does it. Anne is a two time TEDx speaker, and her work has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Fast Company and Inc. magazines, CNN, ESPN, and FOX Business. She is the best selling author of 52 Strategies for Life, Love & Work and Strong Enough: Choosing Courage, Resilience and Triumph.