"Hi, Esmee, and all involved, well done on the Glory of Failure front. I wish you a fair wind.
In 2000 the first meeting of 'Campaign for Adventure - Risk and Enterprise in Society' took a creative stick to sad and debilitating…"
As part of a collaboration between the University in Suffolk and a burgeoning RSA group the County, the next failure files on tour is being hosted at the fabulous waterfront building in Ipswich on Tuesday. David Hillson I will be talking. I have persuaded a colleague at the University to be interviewed about one of his own failures too - building on feedback from the Manchester event about sensitivity around talking about your own failures in public, this should set the right tone for other…See More
Thinking a lot about failure in government and politics at the moment in advance of speaking about it in Ipswich next month (subtle plug!). Intrigued by the number of apologies from the coalition government in recent weeks, and wondering how many times they will allow themselves to do so. Is this a characteristic of a new government?More importantly though, is the public apology the relatively quick way to move on from failure without having to dwell long enough to learn from it? My concern…See More
The Glory of Failure Royal Society for Arts, Manufacturers, and Commerce (RSA) project comes to University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich Tuesday 8 March, 6pm Exploring how failure is part of being more innovative and creative. Web: http://thefailurefiles.wordpress.com twitter: @gloryoffailure Being able to innovate is even more important in times of political, economic and social turbulence. But how can we be open to the possibility of failure,…See More
"When I talk to people about the glory of failure, the learning from failure always comes into that first couple of sentences. However I wouldn't to lose the importance of the point about being open to failure in the first place, which I think…"
Influential author and speaker Dr Brené Brown tackles the myth that vulnerability is a weakness. Instead, she argues, it is the clearest path to courage and meaningful connection, and has the power to transform the way we engage and educate.
With many of us facing an ever greater pace of change in our personal and working lives, leadership adviser and educator Richard Gerver reveals how to adapt and thrive - not to fear change but to see it as an opportunity for creative reinvention
To mark the launch of a new RSA pamphlet, we bring together an expert panel to discuss the growing use of digital money worldwide, highlight its potential and consider the issues that will facilitate or hamper its reach.