Without the ability to meet change and adapt, organisations and the people in them can become outdated, uncompetitive and negative. Research has shown that companies which only focus on target-based results create a fixed mindset culture which struggles to evolve and to meet challenge. Growth is suppressed, innovation is stifled. The results are unhappy and inward-looking workplaces.Growth mindset cultures, however, significantly improve motivation, effort and positive approaches to new challenges. Teams with a growth mindset are more likely to embrace challenges and be more persistent. Developing growth mindset raises standards and creates happier places to work, which in turn improves productivity. Leaders who enable learning and encourage others to have self-belief will build engaged teams that thrive. Growth mindset principles allow teams to develop continually.
The session was amazing. So funny, full of engaging, but also pertinent raising relevant, current issues and looking at how to address them. I really look forward to seeing Stephanie again.
Lots of post workshop comments thanking me for taking the time to find and trigger such a fun and useful session. My challenge was to build team spirit between 2 sometimes competing entities – tick; Improve morale – tick; and introduce an educational session that help customer relationship management – tick. All in a roaring success!!