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Even if you love your job and your company, work can be challenging. Work during an ongoing pandemic can be especially challenging. One of the most effective ways to help your teams overcome challenges is to enable members to develop resilience and flexibility. Developing a workplace culture around a growth mindset can be critical in helping employees become more engaged with and excited about their work, even in the face of challenges.
Psychologists believe there are two types of mindsets people have that orient them to how they see circumstances and embrace change. A growth mindset can help shift a perspective on almost any difficult situation, while a fixed mindset can hold people back.
A growth mindset, then, is more than just a series of positive thinking mantras. Instead of simply being a way to encourage employees, it helps them take ownership of their goals, push past their comfort zones, and improve communication.
A willingness to grow and change, even and maybe especially when it’s difficult, can be built into the culture of your organization. This can slowly help to shift people’s attitudes toward change, challenges, and more.
A healthy workplace is one where employees feel empowered to reach their goals and are free to embrace and learn from their mistakes. If you’re looking for more insight about how to set learning goals for your teams, we can help. If you want to develop programs that help create an impactful culture of testing and learning to encourage a growth mindset, get in touch with our experts today.