Have you ever wondered whether the way you view your successes and failures has something to do with what you've achieved both personally and professionally?
Robust evidence collated by Stanford University's Professor Carol Dweck demonstrates that your 'mindset' – a set of beliefs or attitudes that you hold about yourself - explains why some people seem to navigate their way through life more successfully than others.
People with a fixed mindset believe their basic qualities - such as their intelligence - are set in stone and can't be improved. If you have a growth mindset, on the other hand, you believe your basic qualities can be developed by working on them.
Your mindset impacts on everything you do and what you can achieve personally and professionally. Having a growth mindset can help you become more positive and motivated, leading to more opportunities and success. It can also enhance your career adaptability by helping you to solve problems creatively and by improving your ability to learn new things such as work tasks, technologies and procedures.
Our developing and maintaining a growth mindset online course will introduce you to the idea of mindsets and how having the right one can help you achieve personal and professional success.