The exciting shift to living a growth mindset involves working toward seeing challenges as learning opportunities rather than threats.
Carol Dweck, a leading researcher of the Growth Mindset concept, explains the research and the power of Growth Mindset in this Tedx talk.
Scientists are learning that our brains continue to grow, expand, build new pathways, and evolve as we experience new events – both pleasant and unpleasant. How great is that?
People who have a growth mindset believe that all people can learn, grow and become more intelligent with time and experience.
Try to look at this experience as something that’s pointed you in exactly the direction of where you’d like to go!
We’ve witnessed the power that great questions have to create opportunities for innovation, problem solving, and higher levels of thinking.
Today, we’re sharing some of the questions that we’ve found invite higher levels of input and expand critical thinking.
Leadership, as we define it, is the willingness to influence your world and the willingness to be influenced by your world.
We have recently been working with the leadership teams of two very different companies where the proverbial sh!t has hit the fan . . . through no fault of their own. A sad fact: Bad things can happen to good companies, which means that bad things can also happen to good people in those companies. Figuring…
We were recently facilitating a company meeting with a team of people, many of whom had worked for the company for their entire career. In the meeting, people were complaining about the challenges they faced and the hardships of the current financial environment in their industry. They were feeling threatened, singled out, and personally…