How leaders embrace mistakes and create a culture of growth

Herbie Hancock, is an iconic figure in the world of jazz, renowned for his talent as a pianist, composer, and bandleader. He tells a story about playing a live performance with legendary trumpet virtuoso Miles Davis. Right in the middle of Miles’ amazing solo, Herbie played the wrong chord. It sounded like a big mistake … Read more

How leaders provide psychological safety to take risks and make mistakes

Sharon sees psychological safety as being about providing the space for people to succeed. She believes people should feel that they are in a safe enough space, to take risks, to be wrong sometimes and make mistakes. It is about her team believing that being accountable is a good thing, to fail fast and get … Read more