In some cases, your system may display a trial and error code. There can be several reasons for this error. Trial and error is not a method for finding the best solution, nor is it a method for finding all solutions. It is a problem-solving technique that is simply used to find a solution. When you test concepts, ideas, solve new problems in the real world, you cannot avoid mistakes or sometimes fail.
Trial and error is not a method for finding the best solution, nor is it a method for finding all solutions. It is a problem-solving technique that is simply used to find a solution.
– So you screwed it up? – How many times have you heard this review when you lost? This question often implies that you are a loser, someone who has lost their reputation, or are struggling to cope with a situation or relationship. Hidden, this question sends the message, “You’re not good enough.”
No wonder we are naturally coded to fear failure and ashamed of our failure. Although sometimes everyone fails in life, failure is part of a learning process that we cannot avoid. When we look deep inside, everyone agrees that mistakes make us stronger and more unique.
Research shows that the most successful people fail often. When you test concepts, ideas, solve new problems in the real world, you cannot avoid mistakes or sometimes fail. Successful managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs understand the importance of failure. You have coped with the failure, but:
- they have learned to continue; and
In other words, they really understand the importance of trial and error.
For me, failure and personal development go hand in hand. The question is not, “Will you lose or not?”, But “what risk are you taking?” When you fail. Successful managers and executives suggest testing concepts and ideas in a low-risk environment to minimize the risk of failure.
So why not use this formula in management and leadership teaching?
Computer games and online simulations such as FLIGBY provide the opportunity to test, hone and test leadership and management skills in a safe, low-risk environment.
While playing FLIGBY, players may face a lack of skills, controlOr leadership. You, as a leader / manager, will almost certainly lose in one way or another during the game. It may sound strange, but it is true that failure to play will motivate the player to play more, test and try other alternative management and leadership styles and skills in order to succeed.
In this way, FLIGBY subconsciously imparts new management and leadership skills and styles, learns to accept mistakes as part of the learning process, and masters human resource management skills.
In the end, our whole life is based on “footprints and mistakes”, but no one can take away the experience we get from real life, including the mistakes we make!
(By Estella Fazekas, Leadership