The six silver linings from making an error
Errors are not generally viewed in a positive light. From childhood, we are taught to aim for perfection and avoid mistakes – schools can make a point of punishing errors; when we are older bosses can threaten to fire employees if they make an inadvertent mistake.The resultant aversion to errors has helped create a culture where employees live under the threat of getting rebuked. As a result they don't experiment or go beyond their briefs – their creativity is hindered.So, what qualifies as an e...
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