Fail Fast, Fail Frequently, Fail Forward: Strategies for Personal and Professional Success!
Saturday, April 8, 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Sponsored by Pearson
Attention Competitive Edge Participants! This special event is JUST FOR YOU!
Join us for “Fail Fast, Fail Frequently, Fail Forward: Strategies for Personal and Professional Success!”—a presentation by renowned educator and entrepreneur Amy Baldwin. Failure is often considered a “dirty word” for people who are driven to succeed, but failure is actually a necessary part of success. Learn more about what you can do to prepare for, embrace, and use failure to develop the skills necessary for personal and professional success.
About Amy Baldwin
Amy Baldwin wrote the first, ground-breaking student success textbook for community colleges and the first student success textbook for first-generation students. In 2011 she co-founded Educational Frontiers Group (EFG) with Steve Piscitelli, which provides educational services, such as consulting, professional development, and educational novelties. After 18 years as an award-winning community college professor at Pulaski Technical College, she now serves as Director of University College at the University of Central Arkansas.
Fun Fact: Baldwin’s website is http://itsinthesyllabus.com and she even has a trademarked t-shirt “It’s in the Syllabus™”!
This event is a special THANK YOU to all of our Competitive Edge participants – including advisors and alumni. Whether you’ve just begun this online professional development course, have reached the Five Star Level or are somewhere in between, you are invited to attend. Come reap the rewards of your hard work!
A limited number of signed copies of Baldwin’s book, The Community College Experience: The Student Value Edition-Fourth Edition, will be given away.
Show Your Competitive Edge: Name Badge Ribbons Available!
Don’t forget to pick up your “Competitive Edge VIP” ribbons for your Catalyst name badges at the Registration Materials Stations in Delta Lobby B. All current and past Competitive Edge participants may wear one.