When an employee lacks confidence, even the smallest mistake will affirm their feelings of inadequacy. Helping your team realize that failure is indeed a step to success will teach them to “fail forward,” and to make the most of their mistakes. Whatever you do, don’t fear failure or think that failure is the opposite of success, according to Arianna Huffington. Learning from failure, and turning it into lessons, can ultimately make you incredibly successful.
Building confidence, mentoring, and coaching takes time and energy, but it’s worth because failure is not the opposite of success; it’s a part of success, and when people realize that, they free themselves from the fear of failure and use it as a tool to become successful.
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