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When was the last time you faced failure, rejection or adversity? How did you handle the situation? Does it still bother you or were you able to deal with it and move on?
In “Talking About Failure Is Crucial for Growth. Here’s How to Do It Right.,” Oset Babur writes about how we respond to failure and how we can do it better:
We’ve all flopped on a big presentation.
After weeks of careful preparation and practice, you feel ready to knock it out of the park. But the day comes and, for whatever reason, every joke seems to fall flat, you bumble through all your numbers and your technology seems to be working against you.
The embarrassment and blow to your self-worth can manifest in unlimited ways — and sometimes it feels like it’s manifesting in all ways — and our bodies’ response to failure can even mimic that of physical pain, Bradley Staats, an associate professor at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan Flagler Business School, writes in “Never Stop Learning: Stay Relevant, Reinvent Yourself and Thrive.”
“We respond that way, and then we feel bad about responding that way, and so we try to cover it up instead of learn from it,” Mr. Staats said. “We shouldn’t be ashamed of the reaction. It is natural.”
Even though most people prefer to process failure internally and quickly move on for fear of causing a scene or seeming unprofessional, taking the time to reflect on and communicate about unwanted outcomes can go a long way in creating more congenial, trusting and ultimately productive workplaces.
But first, we have to talk about it.
Students, read the entire article, then tell us:
— How resilient are you when it comes to dealing with setbacks or challenges? Are you able to accept the outcome, process it and move on? Or do you tend to dwell on what went wrong?
— After reading this article, are you convinced that talking about your failures would make you happier and more productive in the future? Why or why not?
— Have you ever shared your struggles with a friend or trusted adult, or has anyone ever opened up to you about their challenges? If so, what was this experience like? Did you learn anything from it? Did you find it helpful? Why or why not?
— What role do you think social media plays in our inability to admit defeat? In your opinion, does social media make us more or less resilient? Why?
— Can you recall a time when you were able to successfully overcome a failure or challenge? How did you do it? What advice do you have for others who are facing tough times?
Related Learning Network Resource: Empathy and Resilience, Responsibility and Self-Care: Resources for Social and Emotional Learning From The New York Times
Students 13 and older are invited to comment. All comments are moderated by the Learning Network staff, but please keep in mind that once your comment is accepted, it will be made public.B:
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