Credit and Blame: Ben Dattner talks about fostering a culture of learning

Posted: 06/26/2013
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Ben Dattner, an organizational psychologist and author of The Blame Game: How the Hidden Rules of Credit and Blame Determine Our Success or Failure, will speak at this year's Corporate Learning Week conference November 12-15 at Disney's Yacht Club Resort in Orlando, Florida. Before he takes the stage this November, we sat down with Dattner to discuss the steps companies can take to foster a learning culture built on credit rather than blame.

This videocast includes discussion on:

  • Learning cultures based on credit and blame
  • The use of organizational psychology to foster a culture of learning
  • How to incentivize learning
  • Learning as a potentially vulnerable and destabilizing process
  • How to create learning cultures that aren't unsettling or stressful
  • The role of organizational politics in learning and training
  • How to help companies remain open to new learning processes

For more information on Corporate Learning Week, click here. If you'd like to request a free e-book of Dattner's book The Blame Game, click here.