Bloom Wherever You are Planted!
A “growth mindset” requires us to constantly be learning and working hard, developing strategies, and collecting feedback to improve our productivity and performance. We achieve more than those with a more fixed mindset (those who believe their talents are innate gifts). We worry less about looking smart and put our energy into a daily practise of reading and learning.
When a whole organization embraces a growth mindset, employees report being empowered, committed, supported and working collaboratively better to achieve more innovation. In stark contrast, people at primarily fixed-mindset organizations focus on competition and deception to gain any advantage in the talent race.
When we are able to thrive and grow as individuals, we can bring about both personal and organizational well-being that enhances profitability.