TEAM LEADERS: Looking for a simple way to teach your people about leadership? Use this video and corresponding Leader's Guide, Handout, and Slide Deck to host a 1-hour lunch-n-learn. No facilitation experience necessary. Very little prep required. Learn more below.
Winning leaders take risks and they learn from failure. They also encourage and recognize others for the risks they take—even when the project fails.
In this video, Tom Verdery, Executive in Residence for The Soderquist Center, shares the story of the most significant award he ever received: the failure award. Use this kit to start a discussion with your team about taking initiative and risks as well as learning from failure. These are important habits for great leaders and principles for a healthy team culture.
Take Risks. Learn from Failure. is part of the series Habits of a Winning Leader, a collection of Tom Verdery’s insights from his own personal experience and a career observing other great leaders.
This Video Discussion Kit includes everything you need to host a 1-hour leadership development session. The resource comes with a pre-made Slide Deck, a Leader's Guide, and printable Participant Handouts. See below for more details.
Intended Audience: Mid- to upper-level management
Total Time Required: 45 Minutes
Video Length: 6:00
Activity Included? Yes
The pre-made slide deck is ready for presentation. It includes the video, discussion questions, an activity, and key take-aways.
The printable leader's guide is packed with tips on how to prepare for and host the discussion session, take the conversation deeper, and make the experience memorable. The step-by-step format takes the guess-work out of preparation and delivery with content to read aloud, activity how-to's, and space to add notes.
Printable handouts make it easy for participants to follow along, taking notes and interacting with the handout throughout the session. No need to purchase workbooks for every participant. Just print the handouts as you need them.
Tom Verdery worked at Procter & Gamble for a total of 34 years, the last 14 in executive leadership positions focused on the growing international market. In 1989 he was asked to be on the first P&G supplier team whose exclusive customer was Walmart, forging a relationship that changed retail forever. Upon retirement, Tom received the prestigious P&G Lifetime Achievement Award. Tom currently serves as Executive in Residence for the Soderquist Center as well as serving as a graduate professor at John Brown University’s College of Business.