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.
Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management at the London School of Business, says everyone should ask themselves two questions related to the work they do.
The question of how to launch a transformation can seem too big to tackle, but with a brain-friendly approach, there are a few first principles to follow.
Award-winning journalist Soledad O'Brien discusses the power of storytelling in helping leaders build inclusion throughout their teams.
More than 200 CEOs have agreed to put societal values ahead of profits. Here's why brain science says this is a move in the right direction.
By using growth mindset, we can give performance reviews that are more accurate, less threatening, and support our team members to develop and succeed.
The science of growth mindset can help teams communicate more effectively, deliver better feedback, and see greater results from feedback conversations.
Research has shown that leaders can improve multiple aspects of performance management by helping their teams to build a growth mindset.
Research suggests there are three key components that help teams achieve lasting behavior change: priorities, habits, and systems.