Most people see failure as a bad thing, but the reality is that it's actually one of the most powerful tools that a leader has. Failure is a part of life, but it's how you react to it that determines your success. You can even use it to your advantage.
I host Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Chief Learning Officer, Jeremy Manjorin who shares his personal leadership strategy for turning failure into big wins.
Jeremy Manjorin is the Chief Learning Officer at Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Director - Learning Innovation - KPMG Business School. He’s held several other senior leadership positions at KPMG and the US Department of Defense, ADP, and Johnson and Johnson.
He’s also Adjunct Professor and Guest Lecturer at Rutgers. He was just awarded his doctoral degree from Boise State University in Educational Technology.
Jeremy's LinkedIn profile
Federal Reserve Bank of New York website
WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- How his song ended up in the video game, Rock Band.
- What you can learn about leadership from Spiderman.
- What’s the role of a Chief Learning Officer at the Federal Reserve.
- If he could only train leaders on one skill, what would it be?
- The biggest mistake he sees companies make when it comes to leadership training.
- The two traits he wishes he could instill in every employee.
- An essential employee retention strategy.
- The time he needed to turn a team around.
- The surprising strategy he used to turn a failure into his biggest win.
- A tool that contributed to his success.
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