Cedar Valley Learning Network – February
February 27, 7:30-9 a.m. – Waterloo – – Topic: When Being Wrong is Right
Oftentimes we condition ourselves to think being wrong is the worst possible outcome, but what if we are wrong about that? This session will explore the concepts presented in the Ted Talk given by Kathryn Schulz and also explore the concept of failing fast
When: February 27 (fourth Wednesday of every month)
Time: 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Location: Hawkeye Community College, Buchanan Hall, Room 121
Registration: Registration is not required but greatly encouraged so that we can plan accordingly. Thank you! Register with Eventbrite
The Cedar Valley Learning Network has monthly meetings with a general focus – the door is wide open to whatever topic is relevant to today’s organizations. Representatives from all types of organizations are welcome to attend.
There are several ways for you to become involved in the networks – by attending, by sharing your area of expertise with the group, by encouraging others to join you in the network meetings. The topics are driven by the needs of the attendees. The topics will vary from such soft topics as How to Drive Fear from the Organization to a more tactical slant, such as the sharing of a Business Plan template.