Tue, Dec 17th, 2019 | 11am ET

Thu, Dec 19th, 2019 | 2pm ET

Failure. Everybody makes mistakes. But what happens afterwards?

Some people try to dust themselves off, learn from the experience and move forward with confidence. Others aren’t so resilient. They try to hide their mistakes. Or blame others. They become more risk averse in the future. Ultimately, their performance suffers.

What’s a manager to do?

Research suggests that you can coach your people to bounce back from failure, stronger and smarter then ever.

That’s why we’re hosting this free webinar Coaching Your People Back from Failure: Three Proven Techniques to Get Employees Winning Again. In this fast-paced, information-packed webinar, we’ll introduce you to three proven strategies for getting your team back on its feet. You’ll learn how to be an effective coach after a major setback, how to stay optimistic when pessimism seems like the obvious choice, and how to build a more resilient team.

By attending this event you’ll gain actionable insights into:

  • The psychology of performance slumps and what it takes to break them
  • The right way to handle unexpected drops in performance
  • How to coach your team to learn from failure and go on to excel
  • Why, according to research, you should sometimes step back and allow your people fail
Speaker

Rob Krekstein

VP of Sales & Marketing

Rob has extensive experience in Sales and Marketing with companies like SAP, Ventyx and most recently Kenandy. He has spoken at several conferences in his career regarding Sales Methodologies and Demand Generation tactics. His unique experience has armed him with a vast knowledge of the entire process, from lead inception to closed sale. He is a graduate of Ithaca College where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management

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