A shift in mindset — from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset — is the first step leaders need to take in their organization to help kickstart culture change.
Changing a culture can feel like just about the toughest job a leader has. It’s hard enough getting yourself to act differently — how could
Across all of our industry research into growth mindset, one question keeps popping up for leaders: If we’re so focused on growth, can we still
Leaders are constantly wondering how to create or strengthen their culture. So as part of its ongoing NLI Guide series, the NeuroLeadership Institute has released
The key to addressing toxic behavior might be the third person in the room. A new study of more than 6,000 college students suggests a
Growth mindset means people believe they can get better through practice, not that anyone can become an expert at anything.
Growth mindset, the research indicates, can help leaders adapt to the automation of labor and other forms of the AI revolution.
It’s easy to get overly conclusive when talking about growth mindset, or the belief that abilities can be improved over time. We may say, “Oh,
Management transparency has been shown to boost employee engagement, performance, and creativity. But how does transparency drive employee experience?
In-depth interviews with organizations about growth mindset revealed a fascinating collection of goals, use cases, obstacles, and outcomes.