When the stakes are high for victory, they are often high for failure. Frequently we learn more from failure than success. Mistakes are simply part of the game of risk and sometimes we focus so much on the avoidance of the mistakes that we avert taking any risk at all. The real failure is when you avoid stepping out because it creates an inability to grow.
In this surprising webinar, leadership expert, Esther Weinberg shares how failure can be the key to success. How do you fail gracefully and retain your reputation, relationships and trust?
Join this strategy filled, high-energy session and discover:
- 3 steps for failing with grace and overcoming the emotions that comes with failure
- Communicating and positioning your failures and turning them into successes
- 6 strategies for targeting your determination after your setback for a greater win
- Overcoming the emotions that come with failure
- Discovering your greatest lessons from your worst failures
Join WICT NY and Esther for a webinar that will teach you that failing can lead you to success and that you can become comfortable with learning from your failures. #ComfortablyUncomfortable
Esther Weinberg is a leadership expert who works with media companies to predict, prepare, and practice the art of change.
She creates breakthrough strategies for Microsoft, Discovery Communications, NBCUniversal, Studio71, Turner, Warner Bros., CNN and Disney ABC Television Group. Based on her 20-year track record in media industry, she is finishing her book entitled “Leadership Hollywood Style” with her co-author, in which they share how to produce, direct and create star performers.
While Esther is a thought partner to many media and entertainment companies, she too practices what she shares, standing in the shoes of C-Suite executives as both an interim CEO and a leader at several organizations. Esther held executive positions at Disney / ABC Television Group overseeing communication activities for all of Disney’s owned networks including Disney Channel and Disney XD and teaming with executives at Disney’s partially owned networks including Lifetime, ESPN, History and A+E Networks.