Leaders typically think of growth mindset in terms of performance, personal growth, career development, and skills improvement. But the concept also can be crucial to
Stress is the defining affliction of modern life — ubiquitous, unending, and seemingly unavoidable. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. By understanding the
Across all of our industry research into growth mindset, one question keeps popping up for leaders: If we’re so focused on growth, can we still
By now, most leaders understand that organizational growth mindset is a transformative tool for talent development. The belief that others can develop their abilities —
One of the key findings from NLI’s research into growth mindset — the belief that skills can be improved, and aren’t set in stone —
As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has put it, leaders should be striving for an organization full of "learn-it-alls," not "know-it-alls."
Growth mindset means people believe they can get better through practice, not that anyone can become an expert at anything.
If you feel stuck, you may have a fixed mindset about growth mindset itself. Here's how to shift your thinking if you catch yourself using a fixed mindset.
It’s easy to get overly conclusive when talking about growth mindset, or the belief that abilities can be improved over time. We may say, “Oh,
Change is the only constant, the old adage goes, which might explain why today’s organizations are so focused on adaptation. After spending several months interviewing