Develop a growth mindset culture for your business or school
“The passion for stretching yourself and sticking to it, even (and especially) when it’s not going well is the hallmark of a growth mindset. This is the mindset that allows people to thrive in challenging times.” Carol Dweck
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Read the latest research and information about how fostering a growth mindset can help future of work programs succeed. Click here for article. The research of Prof Carol Dweck (Stanford University) has demonstrated that a growth mindset is essential to a person’s learning and development. In this article we explore how growth mindset interventions can Read more about Growth Mindset and the Future of Work[…]
Growth Mindset Parenting – A guide to developing resilient and adaptive children A Guide to Parenting with a Growth Mindset Approach Prof. Carol Dweck’s work on mindsets provides a useful guide for helping parents to raise more adaptive and resilient children. Dweck has spent the past several decades conducting research identifying two distinct ways in Read more about Growth Mindset Parenting[…]
Professor Dweck, Stanford University, has worked with many olympians and world championship teams on how an athlete’s mindset affects their performance. In this post I explore why a growth mindset is so important to develop in young athletes. Many aspiring athletes focus on the result over growing their abilities. If they achieve early success they Read more about Growth Mindset for young athletes[…]
We need to recognise that we are all a mixture of both growth and fixed mindset.
Growth mindset leaders have more engaged teams Recent research by Prof Carol Dweck and her teams demonstrated that growth mindset leaders had more engaged teams and that a growth mindset culture lead to greater levels of innovation and integrity. In fact, growth mindset leaders were more likely to believe in their team’s potential and believe Read more about Growth Mindset leaders have more engaged teams[…]
This year the Philadelphia Eagles won the Superbowl for the first time in their long history as a team. Lead by an underdog quarterback Nick Fowles talks about the importance of failure. Click to watch