2017 Session | Using Setbacks to Build Resilience and Succeed

Failure and fear are a natural part of life. Although typically viewed as a negative, they can be harnessed to unleash innovation, growth and even lead
to success. Through setbacks and failure, we can learn invaluable skills like resiliency and risk taking to propel life in a positive direction. Using real-life experiences, this engaging discussion will help you discover how failure can work for you. Whether you are bouncing back from a job setback, trying to reinvigorate innovation in your company, struggling with a relationship, or facing the everyday obstacles that arise at work or home, attend this session to learn how to break free of the stigma and catapult growth for yourself both professionally and personally.

Thought Leader: Jessica Lahey, author, The Gift of Failure

Panelists:
 Pam Cyr, EVP and chief retail officer, Beneficial Bank
⚬ Murdo Gordon, VP, chief commercial officer, Bristol-Myers Squibb
 Lisa Stone, co-founder & former CEO, BlogHer Inc.

Emcee: Michelle Hare, marketing, State Farm