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Developing a Growth Mindset Culture
Overcome your imposter syndrome, quiet your inner critic and build the type of workplace culture that is not just a good place to work, but a great place to grow.
Organizations that deliberately practice a growth mindset have a clear vision of where they wish to go, but are innovative and adaptable in how they get there. They foster talent within their ranks, allow staff to experiment, and encourage learning from mistakes. Growth Mindset organizations are more harmonious and appealing workplaces where a thriving culture engenders group problem solving, passion, and innovation.
In a growth mindset culture, employees stop hiding their mistakes and start asking questions. Leaders who promote a growth mindset culture can transform their organizations from being a know-it-all culture where everyone is competing to look smart to a learn-it all-culture where people are collaborating to solve problems.
As a leader, your first step toward building a growth mindset culture is to deliberately develop a growth mindset yourself. Which is to say, you develop the capacity to enjoy challenges, despite the risk, and develop a passion for learning that is stronger than a hunger for approval.
At the completion of this talk, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish between a Fixed Mindset and a Growth Mindset
- Recognize Fixed Mindset triggers that inhibit individual growth
- Quiet their inner critic and overcome imposter syndrome
- Create a Growth Mindset team environment where staff have the opportunity to collaborate and think outside the box because the fear of failure has been removed
- Transform staff competition into collaboration, allowing recognition of effort over a narrow-minded focus on results