Talking about failure is unpleasant – especially in front of work colleagues, employees and superiors. But successful companies do just that, argues Alex Birkett, a manager at HubSpot. In a blog post, he offers an overview of best practices for companies on how to avoid success bias. In an age where the ability to innovate is crucial for companies to remain viable, leaders will welcome Birkett’s applicable recommendations on fostering a company culture that celebrates failure as an opportunity to grow.
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Alex Birkett is a senior growth marketing manager at HubSpot.
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