Is Failing Forward More than an Act of Bravery?

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This word can bring up a lot of emotions. Joining us on this week’s podcast to discuss the many ways of failing forward is Eva Ogden! Failure is a tool for personal success. We discuss the many ways in which we have failed. How, as leaders, we can help others learn from failure. So, given our mutual passion on the topic, we are diving into how failure plays a role in culture change.

Learning to fail is not an act of bravery but rather a work of progress to build confidence to fail forward.

  • How do we handle and react to failure?
  • Encouraging others around us to fail by showing up as our authentic selves. For instance, supporting an environment of psychological safety that allows others to feel supported.
  • Growing out of the discomfort of failure. Adopting a growth mindset to view shortcomings as steps that lead to achieve success.
  • Failure as a tool to find success in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) work and efforts.
  • How to lead culture change on your teams.
  • Making “”failure a positive part of your identity
  • To sum up the podcast, Eva shares her 5 Steps to make failure one of the most useful tools in your bag to create your own success story!

This episode was made possible by Eva Ogden!

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Eva has experience as a community leader, a Business Financial Advisor, and founder of a D&I non-profit organization. Her non-profit work and efforts create grants, mentorships, and support small business. She also contributes to programs for women and people in the LatinX community:

  • Founder of Equity Insights, a Diversity, Inclusion and Leadership (D&I) consulting firm. Their focus is on anti-racism work in LatinX advocacy, and women’s empowerment.

  • Years of experience leading diverse teams and complex initiatives as a Business Financial Advisor.

  • She graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Dallas. Earned Diversity and Inclusion Certificates from Cornell University and the University of South Florida. Has also earned a Designing Learning Certificate from the Association for Talent Development.


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