Shifting your Mindset is an integral aspect of personal well-being. The Growth Mindset has been a fantastic model that has been used effectively in the corporate and education sectors for many years. Dr. Carol Dweck coined the terms fixed mindset and growth mindset over 30 years ago and through researching with students she found keys for students to breakthrough underlying beliefs.
People who believe their success is based on learning, work ethic, doggedness and training are said to have a Growth Mindset. Others believe their success is based on their innate skills and abilities and they are said to have a Fixed Mindset.
In Part 1 of the workshop, we will unpack the qualities of each of these mindsets with an aim of understanding. We will uncover ways each participant approaches challenges, obstacles, effort, criticism, and the success of others. Participants will develop personal strategies that will empower them to reach higher levels of achievement. The Growth Mindset is incredibly useful in people’s work life as it highlights the motivational aspects of accountability, higher purpose, gratitude, self-awareness and releasing judgement on oneself.