We share difficult stories that make us stronger. And The Failure Program helps you along the way.
We plan the event based on different failure stories shared by your company's employees. We accompany you in the process by giving tips on impactful storytelling, managing, and moderating the event.
Our workshops help build a mindset of growth and innovation to foster a resilient culture within your team.
Our workshops open a safe space where you are allow to explore different stages and perspectives of failure, sharing stories from vulnerability and transparency, so we can find daily basis solutions for our teams and most importantly generating empathy with our colleagues.
Formación en cultura organizacional con lecciones asíncronas: Nuestro contenido de aprendizaje en línea está disponible en diferentes formatos (videos, artículos y podcasts).
El contenido de aprendizaje en línea dividido en pequeños módulos proporciona aprendizajes útiles y herramientas prácticas para afrontar los retos diarios en el lugar de trabajo.
The Failure Survey is a practical tool to help diagnose and assess the perception of failure within teams. The survey contains a set of thoughtfully designed research-based questions to help you identify areas of improvement and opportunities for growth.
The Failure Survey helps individuals understand their relationship and perception of failure and create awareness about it.
The main reason we fear making mistakes is the association this has with negative consequences, from pointing fingers and finding who's "guilty" to simply stating that something's wrong without adding any constructive feedback. This can lead us through a cycle of anxiety and make us act out of fear.
These attitudes could make us spiral into an anxiety cycle that could make us act from a place of fear.
The ability to use mistakes as an opportunity for learning is an essential skill that will be reflected throughout the organization and its employees.
This is particularly impactful for people that hold decision-making responsibilities and will be able to harness these experiences into innovative results.
Communication is vital for learning. Bad communication is one of the most common causes of failure in business.
Having an awkward conversation at the right time, with clarity in our goals and respect for the people sitting across from us, will help us listen and take action. It will also contribute to turning fear of failure into an opportunity and try again.
The experiences we create at Fuckup Nights build spaces of psychological safety, where vulnerability leads to more profound, real, and impactful conversations that foster a growth mindset and trigger innovation.
Fuckup Nights is a global movement born at México and proposes a series of events where professional failure stories are shared. Each month, at monthly events around the world, we get three or four entrepreneurs to come in front of a public forum to share the stories behind their fuckups. The story of the failed business, the business partnership gone wrong, the product that had to be taken off the market, we tell it all without a filter.
"Pleasantly surprised by the interaction and the good response from our audience. I loved the intro. I did not know the preparation process and I thought it was great that there was that previous work with the speakers."
It was amazing! It had a lot of positive feedback. The Board had a great time and they stayed until late for networking, which shows how unique the atmosphere was. I cannot thank you enough.
"The fact that leaders of our organization share failures openly, showing themselves vulnerable, is the most valued. It builds trust and lets us see that tackling challenges always brings a good result."
I never imagined that our internal speakers would tell something so personal and inspiring. They have achieved an incredible change in the way they have presented their stories. The storytelling was incredible. It was playful but at the same time disruptive, they were not seen as managers but as storytellers.
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