No one is safe from failures, especially in creative business. That’s why event-managers often fall into “risk zone” and their self-esteem got hurt. We offer to recover the positive level, following simple recommendations.
Think what went wrong, where the mistake was made. Analytics allows learning a necessary lesson and not walking twice into the same water. Besides, this approach is a great opportunity of self-development.
“Ostrichpolicy” afterfailuresis theworstsolution. Admit that you made a mistake, this evokes trust and respect, and problem discussion allows drawing right conclusions.
3. Vacation fromevents
A well-timed break is useful for cerebration and emotional system recovery. If you need to replenish finances, engage in work not related to events. As a rule, a failed event ends with debts before suppliers, take care of back payment, before organizing a new event.
Find a mentor, with whom you can discuss the project, build strategies, then failure chance will be minimized. It’s easier to resolve doubts, prospects and organization features, if you feel the support of an experienced specialist.
Find a positive moment in the heap of failures. Why, something was successful, wasn’t it? Find successful strategies in the event and make them the basis for developing a new campaign.
There is no point to think that event manager profession is not your cup of tea after failed event. It’s rather areason to “reboot” and bring to life innovative ideas. Probably, your campaigns areold-fashioned and they need “shake-up”.
7. Image investment
Afterfailuresit’sdifficulttotalktopeopleyoudroptheballon. We recommend inspiring confidence by investing your own funds in the project. For example, providing good discounts to suppliers or payment to staff who service the event.
Don’t try to hide behind an artificial smile, probably, failure is a new stage to serious achievements. Destiny shows that you need to take a break beforeconquering a new summit, that’s why don’t stop. Analyze, develop and success will be yours.