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10 Responses to “Pinkcast 1.19: Whoops the Monkey”

  1. Lev Karasin says:

    Great idea for innovation and risk aversed culture.

    There is no greater repression than leaders who reprimand their staff for screwing up and making mistakes. You create a culture of dishonesty and distrust. People shouldn’t be scared to make mistakes, instead they should embrace them and learn from them.

    Thanks Dan and Kim for the content!

    • Mary Anne Hjelmfelt says:

      Totally agree, really lightens the atmosphere and creates forward motion energy instead of fear and hesitation.

  2. This concept not only changes the paradigm of making mistakes completely, but also – and more importantly – creates an environment that induces sharing those experiences in a very constructive way! I’m taking this simple but effective idea to some of the schools and universities we’re coaching and it will be of great help to boost team trust. Well done!

  3. Rachel says:

    Thank you — my team will benefit from this idea, indeed the entire culture that it encourages. Glad for the ideas and the introduction to the book — just ordered my copy!

  4. Walter Akana says:

    Sounds awesome in a “driving out fear” kind of way!! 🙂

  5. David Antol says:

    Love it, Dan. Thanks

  6. Lisa Reinhart says:

    Thank you for this episode of the Pinkcast, Dan.

    What a simple and light-hearted approach to foster authentic communication! As a former stay-at-home mom, I can also see an application for families. Kim’s idea would have reduced tension during family meetings, even when my kids were teenagers. Now that they’re grown, I’ll tell them about the monkey so my grandchildren will benefit from this bit of wisdom.

  7. Thank you for sharing Woops the monkey. It is really a very good idea!

  8. balls says:

    Pretty! This was an incredibly wonderful post. Thank you for providing these details.

  9. Thank you for such a detailed sharing, which is an effective exchange, honesty and trust is extremely important

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