Why you should celebrate your next failure

04/18/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Dealing with failure can be difficult, but it's easier if you start by taking a "failure bow" -- an action designed to counteract feelings of embarrassment, Beth Kanter writes. She explains how three organizations -- DoSomething.Org, MomsRising and Global Giving -- have sought to remove the stigma associated with failure so employees can learn and move on.

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