Actions and Detail Panel
The Maynard Johns Business Breakfast Club
Wed 7 December 2016, 07:00 – 09:00 GMT
Failure—How Does it Work For You?
The presentation is designed to inspire, motivate and develop any business owner.
Guest Speaker Phil Sampson from Sampson Hall Ltd.
Does your organisation learn the lessons from its failures?
Do you have a system that promulgates lessons learned throughout your organisation?
Failures in a business are often swept under the carpet as those involved do not wish to dwell on them. And yet that is when the most valuable lessons can be learned. If a business is not to repeat such lessons they need to be recorded and promulgated.
This session will allow you to understand the lessons that can be learned from failures within a business and how to instigate a blame free culture that allows such lessons to be learned from and not repeated.
You will see return on investment as you will return to your workplace with tools that you will be able to utilise and use immediately.
This session will enable attendees to:
Recognise the issues of having a blame culture
Understand the importance of optimising the lessons from failure
Remove some of the stigma from failure
Realise the importance of failure to innovation
Learn how a process of lessons learned is instigated and optimised
If you are in a position of leadership and want to achieve business success, this is for you!
This presentation offers business owners a fantastic opportunity of being together with like-minded individuals, sharing business ideas, in an inspired, motivated and positive environment. This will allow valuable time away from the office for important, interactive discussion, self development and reflection.
We aim for you to leave with processes to help manage, communicate effectively and work on your qualities as a business owner.
The presentation is aimed to be interactive, fun and offering networking opportunities.
We are looking forward to meeting you over a delicious Full English Breakfast and enjoy the amazing views over Bideford Bay.