Turn Failure into Fuel for Growth as a CME/CE Professional
Have you ever felt like a failure in your role as a CME/CE professional? I have. But what if failure could actually enhance your CME/CE content creation instead of hindering it?
Creating fresh CME/CE requires taking risks, but with risk comes failure. As errors and mistakes are part of the learning process, CME/CE professionals can struggle with how to evaluate failures safely and constructively.
In today’s Monday Mentor, you’ll discover practical strategies to openly assess activities or programs that missed the mark and extract valuable insights from less-than-ideal outcomes.
Tune in to:
- Gain insight on how to create a safe environment for reflection and feedback in your professional endeavors.
- Discover the benefits of anonymity and trust-building in sharing failures and lessons learned.
- Explore actionable strategies for focusing on constructive lessons rather than blame or shame when evaluating failures.
Don’t let fear of failure hold your CME/CE content back. Instead, use failure as a catalyst for growth in your CME/CE content creation process.
- (00:07) – Failure as a motivator, growth mindset in education
- (04:48) – Practical safe strategies to implement to make failure work for CME and CE learners
- (09:18) – The main ingredients for using failure effectively
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