In all business there is a certain amount of collaboration necessary between departments in order to foster organizational results.
Having an awareness of your and your team’s tendencies is an effective way to lead through challenges, build accountability, and create strong teams.
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!
When you align yourself with the team by respecting where they’ve been, you gain credibility.
Your ability to be curious as you start a new role can increase your impact and credibility.
As you start to meet with individuals and your team let them know that you are excited and grateful to be working closely with them.