Posts Tagged ‘Carol Dweck’

CM 093: Tasha Eurich on the Science of Self-awareness

95 percent of us think we are self-aware, but only 10 to 15 percent of us actually are. How important is that difference to our well being and happiness? Well, according to Tasha Eurich, self-aware individuals are are better at their jobs, more satisfied with their relationships, raise more mature children, are better students, lead…

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CM 075: Andy Molinsky on Overcoming Your Fears

Do successful people possess talents that we lack? Or do they just do things that scare the rest of us? Andy Molinsky wants to help us embrace difficult challenges that can lead to growth. He is the author of the book, Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to…

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Scaling Innovation? Grow Your Mindset.

Does your organization have a culture of creative problem solving? Risk taking? Innovation? Will it thrive and flourish over time? These are the questions Stanford University professor and researcher, Carol Dweck, and her colleagues are trying to answer. To do this, they’ve taken what Dweck learned from decades of studying fixed versus growth mindsets in individuals, and they’re…

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‘Fake It ‘Til You Become It’

Whether you’re supporting others in becoming more of who they want to be or tackling that goal yourself, you can hit a wall when it comes to finding well-researched, use-‘em-now strategies. Fortunately, there are some terrific ones out there. I’d like to share three. The messages and strategies in each intersect in a number of ways.…

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Growth Mindset Leadership

It’s worth 18 minutes of your time, especially if you’re a leader.  Check out this HBR podcast with Carol Dweck of Stanford University. If you’ve never heard of her before, she’ll get you up to speed by defining what a growth mindset isn’t (and is), and she’ll talk about how to develop a growth mindset…

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