Failing to Success

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Craig Brimhall
Craig Brimhall
Craig Brimhall is a Business Instructional Designer and current doctoral student at the University of Utah where he is focusing on organizational transformation. He is a former design thinking consultant, instructional designer, and semi-professional baseball player.

His work and research interests focuses on “change,” specifically in helping individuals, organizations, and systems overcome the inertia of tradition, culture, habits, and structure to change. He previously served as an Instructional Consultant at Knōd, an instructional design firm focusing on developing 21st century learning experiences with educators, employers, and students; an Adjunct Professor at Dixie State University, where he designed and taught courses for "at-risk" college freshmen that help the students create the lives they want.

He completed his undergraduate degree at Utah Valley University, and earned his Master’s Degree on the Mind, Brain, and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.


Failure is seen as a negative in most situations. But successful entrepreneurs and leaders know that failure is not only inevitable but essential to developing ideas and personal growth.

Hear from Craig Brimhall about how to leverage failure into valuable insights for your organization and yourself.

This Smart Talk is available for free from The Center for Asia Leadership.


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