In some corporate cultures, “mistake” is nothing short of a dirty word. Mistakes are equated to failure — and in some cases, they can have devastating effects on your career.
But what would our productivity, our creativity, our culture look like if we were encouraged to fail? What would happen if we were free to stumble, as long as we made actionable errors?
On this episode of Comp + Coffee, we’re joined by Mike Zani, CEO of The Predictive Index.
We’ll discuss compensation from a CEO’s perspective, what an enlightened talent leader is, and why it’s better to make errors of action than errors of inaction.
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