The best companies are those that can bounce back from failure. Here’s what it takes to do it well.
The other morning I heard a seasoned, well-known political pundit discuss who he thought might win the Republican presidential nomination. He said it would be that person who could personally rebound from the harsh bombardment of criticisms and negative ads. It made me think about how important resilience is not only in business but also in life.
How can you and your organization develop more resilience?
We all know we’re supposed to learn from our mistakes, to pick ourselves up when we fall down. But how do we find that fortitude? Are some of us born that way—or do we learn it?
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