Course Outcomes

This growth-mindset course will:

  • Outline the benefits to an organization that develops a growth-mindset culture.
  • Suggest tactics for encouraging a growth mindset.
  • Outline roadblocks and activities that hinder growth.

Course Overview

Employees who adopt a growth versus static mindset seek out opportunities, pursue innovation, and learn from their efforts. These people see possibilities and practice behaviors that focus on improvement. They don’t stick with the status quo, play the blame game, or engage in behaviors that hinder themselves or others from reaching their potential.

This two-hour training program introduces the benefits of a growth mindset and actions people can take to achieve one. It is an excellent starting point for companies, departments, or teams eager to explore the concept.

Program Objectives

  • Explain the difference between a fixed and growth mindset.
  • Identify how a team or organization can benefit by adopting an attitude of continuous learning and improvement.
  • Discuss brain plasticity and how new connections are formed.
  • Pinpoint words and phrases that encourage a growth mindset.
  • Articulate actions the organization needs to take to encourage learning and accountability.
  • Explore several feedback models.
  • Troubleshoot common problems.

Program Modules

  • Mindsets: Understanding Two Outlooks
  • Hardwiring Source Code: Changing Your Processing
  • What Learning Teams Do and Don’t Do: Adopting Positive Behaviors
  • Feedback: Giving and Getting Perspective
  • Holding Yourself and Others Accountable for Growth: Troubleshooting Issues
  • Continuous Improvement: Identifying Next Steps

By the conclusion of this two-hour program, participants should be able to explain a growth mindset and identify specific tactics they can implement to adopt one.