Success of Failure: A Coming of Age Fable About Overcoming Failure Despite Ourselves (Paperback)Mike Bensi (author)
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Growing up, this generation received frequent recognition and praise, resulting in few opportunities for constructive feedback and how to handle failure. The impact of these experiences can result in challenges in dealing with conflict through events or with difficult co-workers.
Fosters how men must have honest conversations and emotions in the workplace. Men and emotions in the work place. As workplace culture continues to grow in prevalence for organizations, we must realize that it's OK to have some honest feelings and conversations between male peers and their bosses. Guys especially have a hard time being vulnerable with others. We think it's soft, that by being vulnerable, that we're soft. We think it means that we have to share our feelings. We're not saying that guys have to share their deepest emotions, but that you must be open about what you want and don't want. And admit what you know and what you don't know.
Supports the idea that it is OK to fail, and provides a way to help readers overcome failure.
Features a process to deal with your own "head-trash". The thoughts and beliefs people have about themselves can hold them back from their own day-to-day life. When dealing with conflict, self-sabotaging thoughts and patterns of behaviors can turn you into your own worst enemy. Sometimes our fears keep us from creating an atmosphere of love and acceptance. Sometimes the past hurts. We hold on. Which prevents us from offering others the gift of a fresh start.
Fosters the importance of taking ownership in our lives and not allowing others to dictate our actions and beliefs.
Encourages the idea that empathy must be applied to ourselves as much as with others.
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing llc
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 268 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 12 mm
The Success of Failure will resonate with managers new and old who face success, failure and conflict. What Mike Bensi does Is demonstrate how you and your team can grow from these experiences. Craig P. Anderson, President, Student Connections
The Success of Failure won't only produce better managers, but if its wisdom is consistently applied, it will also make those managers better, more peaceful and effective people. David Forsell, President, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
The Success of Failure puts a human perspective on lessons that apply to the entry-level manager up to the CEO. The book features relatable characters that inspire thoughtful change in both behavior and mindset. It's a must-read for anyone who wants to improve themselves and the people they lead. Nick Smarrelli, CEO, GadellNet
The Success of Failure is a journey that never ends. Mike Bensi does a great job portraying the importance of work life balance at any level of leadership. Jonathan Desalvo , President - Arcamed
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