Risk-taking, mistake-making, and lifelong learning | Dr. Kathleen Ciez-Volz | TEDxFSCJ
Share a lesson that you learned, or an insight that you gained, from a mistake that you made in your workplace.
- What decision did you make?
- What risks were taken in the decision making process?
- What did you learned about the decision?
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this charming talk, Dr. Katheleen Ciez-Volz dives into the importance and need for all of us to reject fear and embarrassment over mistake-making, and instead take risks and embrace the possibility of mistakes for the sake of lifelong learning.
Dr. Kathleen Ciez-Volz is the Executive Dean of Academic Foundations and Adjunct Professor of English at Florida State College at Jacksonville. Dr. Ciez-Volz earned her doctorate in educational administration from the University of Texas at Austin. Through her years as a student, mother, teacher, and administrator, she has observed the importance that taking risks and making mistakes have as essential components of the lifelong learning process.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/zq7CfAlgDfI
Free Campus Link: https://goo.gl/342gxA
Courses: management, risk, decision making, 3533 m4, 2017013114177