About the course
Reframe your thinking to boost personal and organizational performance
Research on mindset suggests that there are two predominant views people have about their abilities. It turns out that those views have very different impacts on performance. This seminar examines what it means to have a fixed mindset vs. a growth mindset, explores how these mindsets come about, and provides a framework for changing both our own mindset and the mindsets of others in our organization.
Benefits of attending this online course
By the end of this seminar, you will be able to:
- Articulate the difference between growth and fixed mindsets, and why it matters
- Examine your own mindset and how it impacts your daily life and work
- Re-evaluate your attitude towards making mistakes
- Diagnose the prevailing mindset in your organization
- Utilize key strategies, tips, and tools to help promote a growth mindset in your organization
Growth vs Fixed Mindset content overview
The focus of this seminar is on understanding the value of a growth mindset, and learning how to cultivate it in ourselves and in our organizations. By harnessing the power of the growth mindset, we can transform both individual performance and large-scale organizational culture.
In this seminar, we will address:
- The psychology and neuroscience of mindset
- The difference between fixed and growth mindsets
- How our own mindset affects our learning, performance, and confidence
- Coaching strategies to promote a growth mindset in ourselves and our organizations
- Giving and receiving feedback, taking remedial action, and negotiating with a growth mindset
- The “triple rudders” of organizational culture, and how to deploy them to build growth mindset
- The role of humility in leadership
- Case studies in growth mindset leadership from successful companies
Education PhD Michigan State University (2006) BA Hope College (1985) Academic Expertise decision making emotions leadership teamwork Michael Johnson is an Associate Professor of Management at the Foster School of Business. He has been a member of the faculty since 2006 and is the recipient ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.