There’s a new toy to teach failure. Here’s how it works.

Failure is inevitable in social impact work–and it’s time to embrace it

Why It Matters

Failure is typically not something organizations in the world of impact like to open up about. Twenty One Toys founder Ilana Ben-Ari tells us why teaching failure at the workplace can not only strengthen organizational culture, but help create lasting impact.

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