We all make mistakes. Sometimes they are of little consequence. Other times they can impact and shape a career or bottom line.
In this fast-moving training, attorney, author and speaker, Don Phin, will share with us what he learned on his deep dive into why we and others make mistakes, and what to do about them when they do surface.
For example, have you ever assumed too much? Or come in unprepared? Are we ignoring the elephant in the room or under-estimating a risk? Do we fail to connect the dots or succumb to groupthink?
This is a unique and helpful training because we would all be better off making fewer mistakes!
Why you should Attend
The mistakes you've made. The mistakes they made.
Mistakes can be very expensive. The guilt, regret and remorse that comes with them can last a lifetime.
Would you like to know strategies and tools to prevent making mistakes?
Would you like to check your head to make sure you're not making any right now?
Would you like to know strategies and tools to recover from making or experiencing mistakes?
Areas Covered in the Session
- Why we Make Mistakes
- How to Prevent Mistakes
- How we React to Mistakes
- How to Recover from Mistakes
- A checklist you can use to Stop Making Mistakes
Who Will Benefit
- Any Leader or Manager
- Risk Manager
- Safety Officer
- Human Resource Manager
- Director of Human Resources
- Human Resources Partner
- Human Resource Consultant
Don Phin has been a California employment practices attorney since 1983. He litigated employment and business cases for 17 years and quit once he figured out that nobody wins a lawsuit. Since leaving litigation, he has written numerous books and presented more than 500 times to executives nationwide. He loves talking about emotional intelligence and creating engaging workplaces!
Don was the founder and President of HR That Works, used by 3,500 companies and acquired by ThinkHR in January of 2014. He worked there for two years as a V.P.
Now in his "wisdom-sharing years," Don loves advising and coaching executives. He continues to inspire with his speaking and training.