Drawing on a lifetime’s research, the world’s most influential organisational psychologist reveals how failures can lead us to happier, more successful lives.
Amy Edmondson is one of the world’s most influential organisational psychologists, a professor at Harvard Business School, and an expert on the concept of psychological safety. She joined to answer a simple, provocative question: what if it is only by learning to fail that we can truly hope to succeed?
Her new book Right Kind of Wrong doesn’t tell us that failure is a problem; but it doesn’t tell us to fail fast, fail often either. It tells us how to fail well. She joined Hannah MacInnes to share more.