For governments everywhere, agility is essential. But unfortunately it's not the norm. Growth mindset can help.
As we progress through our careers, we may feel that we're not qualified for our role-a tendency known as imposter syndrome. Fortunately, there's a cure.
Growth mindset shows up in nearly all aspects of life and work. But what exactly is growth mindset all about, and how can we use it to get better?
Stress can be thought of simply as heightened attention to the negative. Using a growth mindset can help with reducing stress in the moment.
What better way to ring in 2021 than with a new perspective on your own potential? Growth mindset can help unlock skills you once thought were unattainable.
In this week's episode, NLI Co-founder and CEO Dr. David Rock is joined by Senior Researcher Michaela Simpson. Together they unpack the importance and power of mindset. They discuss the research that suggests we can cultivate adaptive mindsets not just individually, but at scale, and explain the habits that can help us thrive through difficult times.
Organizations with cultures of collaboration, innovation, and integrity are the most successful. Here's why, and how you can make yours one.
Chris Boruff, Director of Operations at the financial services firm Morningstar, sits down with NLI Co-Founder and CEO Dr. David Rock and NLI’s Director of Industry Research, Andrea Derler, to discuss growth mindset—what it is, how it works, and and how Morningstar has made the most of the COVID-19 crisis to transform the entire organization’s approach to learning, feedback, and growth.
Create a Growth Mindset Culture NLI defines growth mindset as the belief that your skills and abilities can be improved, and
Growth mindset isn't just a "nice-to-have." It's a business imperative for helping employees thrive through change and disruption.
NLI's research has identified three key business reasons for organizations to start seriously trying to adopt a growth mindset.
In moments of disruption, there's an opportunity to shift our mindset to find deeper meaning in our work. Brain science can show us how.
What if we told you there was a way to make your organization more resilient, while at the same time making it more inclusive? Just
Mindset dictates the way we think about goals and determines how we interpret successes and failures. A growth mindset can help us thrive through crisis.
Discover how an industry giant became one of the most valuable companies on earth again by increasing its agility, innovation, and engagement with growth mindset.
Cigna, a global leader in healthcare services, has embraced growth mindset to transform both its agility and its approach to performance management.
Learn how Cigna utilizes a growth mindset to build an agile organizational culture. In this interview-style webinar, Karla and Andrea will discuss how Cigna utilizes the concept of a collective growth mindset to help employees become more comfortable with change, Enable employees to continuously learn and systematically embed growth mindset into talent processes such as performance management, talent development, talent acquisition, and coaching.
Growth mindset comes alive in a number of organizations, and a new NLI white paper showcases four of those success stories.
Leaders who cultivate an organizational growth mindset can focus their attention in a number of areas, all of them beneficial for overall team health.
Getting feedback doesn't have to feel like an attack on your performance. With a growth mindset, feedback can become the useful tool it's meant to be.
By using growth mindset, we can give performance reviews that are more accurate, less threatening, and support our team members to develop and succeed.
Our brains often get stuck on first impressions and biased assessments of others. For leaders, this can make it difficult to accurately evaluate changes in employees’ performance over time. Fortunately, NLI’s research shows that a growth mindset is the key to effective performance conversations. In fact, more than half of all companies we interviewed last year are leveraging a growth mindset approach to create sustainable performance management transformation.
Research has shown that leaders can improve multiple aspects of performance management by helping their teams to build a growth mindset.