December 13th, 2018Featured
A common concern for leaders new to growth mindset is balancing a focus on progress and learning with a focus on measuring results.
Culture change can feel like an impossible task, but with the right mindset and approach to building habits, leaders can create their desired behaviors.
By now, most leaders understand that organizational growth mindset is a transformative tool for talent development, but implementation can be tricky.
Survey results indicate leaders still struggle with how to implement growth mindset, despite many now making the skill a priority in their organization.
The hallmark of developing a growth mindset is the discomfort that comes with trying new things and, inevitably, failing. But perseverance is possible.
Leaders who practice optimal inclusion — that is, deploying the right people for the right jobs — can create more efficient, effective teams.