Leading a successful team requires the ability to be flexible and adaptable to the increasingly frequent changes and uncertainty we are experiencing today. But even if you are clear that mental agility is necessary to make changes, how to achieve this is less clear.
Developing a growth mindset allows you to create a culture where people strive to learn and improve and are open to creating new and better outcomes to help keep your business relevant and resilient. A growth mindset also helps you to navigate internal transitions, industry-wide challenges and change initiatives more effectively.
Marshall will present cutting edge research and case studies that will challenge the way you think. Through practical exercises you will learn how to create an environment of growth for your team to adapt, survive and thrive in today's changing landscape.
As a result of learning to develop a growth mindset, you will be able to foster collaborative relationships, team accountability and learn by trial and error. This will increase your organisation’s adaptability as we navigate the VUCA future (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) emerging in the 21st century.
Participation in this workshop will enable you to:
- recognise the difference between growth and fixed mindsets
- reframe problem-focused approaches as solution-seeking opportunities to learn and grow from your pain points
- shift from a culture of blame to one of collaborative achievement
- identify where you are operating from a growth or fixed mindset and the impact it has on your/your team’s productivity and resilience
- develop strategies to build a growth mindset, for yourself and your team
- make plans to implement change in your team towards a culture of learning and growth.
- What are fixed vs growth mindsets?
- Benefits of fostering a growth mindset
- Assessing your underlying beliefs that drive your mindset (when you’re a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail)
- Identifying problems, reframing risk and challenges
- Individual talent vs collective diverse knowledge
- Choosing growth over security - operating above or below the line
- Steps to develop a growth mindset culture in your team