Building an Unbreakable Culture

I was faced with a big dilemma last month. I was with my nine-year old son, teaching him to ski for the first time. I made a wrong turn at the top of the mountain, meaning we had to go down what I'll call a "challenging stretch" (for my wife, in case she is reading this). I had a conflict in front of me. I wanted him to try the hill as I believed he could do it. But I didn't want him to get hurt. Nor did I want to have to tell my wife that I got him in a bad spot. We have conflict at work with these two ideas as well. We want people to innovate, to try, to question - but we don’t necessarily allow for failure to be part of their journey in our workplace. Many today see failure as inherently

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