Bouncing Back from Failure

Rob Llewellyn By Rob Llewellyn

Bouncing Back from Failure

With the majority of business transformation programmes struggling and failing to deliver the value and ROI that was sold to excited stakeholders, how can leaders help their people bounce back from such failures? After all, great staff will put their heart and soul into their efforts, but unless the right project, programme and transformation management and leadership is deployed, the odds of success will always be low.
But do your leaders help their people bounce back, or do they play The Blame Game?
Regardless of whether one person or a whole team is at fault, it’s their leader's job to help people move on and recover from the troubled times. But what is an effective way of doing that? Read How to Help Your Team Bounce Back from Failure which explores the following seven steps:

  1. Take control of your own emotions
  2. Give them space
  3. Be clear about what went wrong
  4. Don’t point fingers
  5. Shift the mood
  6. Tell a story
  7. Encourage collaboration

 

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5 Steps To Transformation Success

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  • Resources
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About Me

With over 20 years helping managers and leaders generate commercial value from technology, Rob Llewellyn is dedicated to helping the new breed of digital economy professionals write the next digital economy success stories.

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