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 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.
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.
It’s hard to be cognitively effective during a crisis. Research shows that a few key shifts in mindset can help us stay focused and productive.
The culmination of the NFL season gives us a good opportunity to think about what great coaches can teach us about great leadership.
What better way to ring in 2020 than with a new perspective on your own potential? Growth mindset can help unlock skills you once thought were unattainable.
Change will always feel slightly uncomfortable. The trick is using your mindset to interpret the change as an opportunity to grow.