Join us for the kick off keynote
“What a Can’t Fail Culture Costs your Bottom Line”
at the 2020 Greater Houston Society of Healthcare Risk Management (GHSHRM) Education Day conference on March 6th, 2020 at The Houstonian hotel.
“We do things right and we do things well.” Would you say this describes your organization? Hopefully it does! Read the values, vision, or guiding principles of most organizations and you’ll find some form of this description centered on the quality and integrity of the service or product being delivered. In juxtaposition then, for most organizations the word fail brings about an instantaneous reaction of something to avoid. Innovation and Integrity can be competing values. Though we may logically understand that trying anything for the first time will inherently provide the opportunity to succeed or fail, emotionally and culturally we are not okay with actually failing. The extent to which your organization promotes or chastises failure is in direct correlation with innovation, creativity, trust, collaboration, growth, and resiliency.
Objective 1: Gain qualitative awareness of failure resiliency both personally and as perceived within your organization.
Objective 2: Understand the foundation formula for creating and sustaining a culture of innovation.
Objective 3: Increase organizational awareness following the presentation with a checklist of scenarios and keywords that help define missed opportunities for innovation.