How many of us feel a fear of failure? asks Daniel Peters (Can not seem to locate his blog) from Petercorp. He claims that failing is good, his argument is, if everyone succeeded all the time. Not only would the world be an extremely boring place but there would be no opportunities for learning. By failing you learn a lot more if you the treat the experience as a way of doing things better next time. It can be good….. Do you punish your employees if they fail? or encourage them to learn? Where do you draw the line?
What are your best failures?