Dr. Anna Plechata Krausova: X-tream training showed me that my limits are flexible

How did Rector Anna Plechatá Krausová experience the challenges of X-tream Management training? What impact did it have on her, and what benefits did she gain? You will find out in the interview.

Do you hear expressions of dissent in the collective? Congratulations!

What does Katherine Cakin think of Amy C. Edmondson's lecture and psychological safety overall? Why is this topic close to her heart? And what is new in NEWTON's offer?

Advice from a Nerd: How to Ace a Big Test

Read on for 11 effective tips on how to prepare for an important exam. Approach it scientifically, as advised by an experienced nerd, and you're sure to pass.

Game On: Navigating the 21st Century World of Esports

"Game On: Exploring the Thriving World of Esports in the 21st Century" traces esports’ transformation from casual gaming to a global phenomenon, highlighting its economic impact, cultural significance, and technological advancements. The article discusses how esports has grown from local contests to major international events, with a focus on the industry's future challenges and potential.

Tomas Studenik: I want people to take more risks

Czech innovator and entrepreneur Tomas Studenik shares his journey and philosophy on learning from failure. As the pioneer of Prague's FuckUp Nights, Studenik emphasises the normalcy of failure in both personal and professional realms. He elaborates on his transformative approach to setbacks, revealing how embracing and openly discussing failures can foster innovation and resilience.

Amy Edmondson: “Most of us need a playbook for failure”

Edmondson advocates for a playbook tailored to different contexts, challenging the simplistic "fail fast, fail often" mantra. Through fostering environments where failure is embraced as part of the learning process, individuals and teams can cultivate a growth mindset, essential for long-term success in academia, business, and beyond.

Follow these 4 steps to create psychological safety in your teams

4 concrete steps to create a psychologically safe work environment. A task for self-confident managers.

Are you cheating? Or is it imposter syndrome?

Are you cheating? Or is it imposter syndrome?

The big idea: why we need to learn to fail better

An article about the fact that making mistakes is beneficial and can also be learned. Intelligent failure is a necessary condition for progress - personal, professional or scientific.

Leaders Should Make It Safe to Speak Up

It is a matter of good management to create an environment that is psychologically safe enough for employees to have the courage and desire to openly express their opinions. This can prevent a number of fatal errors.