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Inspired to Fail — Part 3 of 3

This is the last post in a mini-series about the F wordfailure, that is.

(Previous posts relayed insights about managing yourself through awareness and assessment and managing others with clear expectations and empathy.)

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Inspired to Fail - Part 2 of 3

It might seem ironic that the venerable Harvard Business Review, a publication from an institution that has produced many successful leaders, would devote an entire issue to failure as it did last month. But given how much research and work has been done on the subject, it turned out to be one of the best issues of the journal I’ve read in a long time.

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Inspired to Fail — Part 1 of 3

As an uber-competitive overachiever, I’ve always had trouble with failure. (Just ask my husband who refuses to play board games with me so he doesn’t have to deal with my inevitable sore loser attitude!)

 

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The Reports of Summer: Five Easy Pieces

The normally dry days of August have been fertile when it comes to research and reports on green business topics. Recent weeks have seen a flurry of publications from corporate, nongovernmental, and other organizations. Whatever happened to slow summer days?

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How 'Long' is the Long Tail?

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Leadership in Games Is a Task, Not an Identity

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