How to have a growth mindset: believe your brain can change, hear your fixed mindset, recognize you have a choice, think in a growth mindset, persist.
Investing the time to deeply and authentically know ourselves in not a trivial task. It takes strong character to be brutally honest with ourselves.
I had projects to work on, but would escape to the more comfortable. I overcame my lizard brain impulse to run and learned how to accomplish more.
At some point in your career you may have a difficult manager. If this happens, what do you do besides ignore what’s happening or run for the door?
We have worked with leaders on leading and managing virtually and hybrid. Here are tips on successfully navigating this continually evolving reality.
Think about why you are so busy and yet not focusing on what you want. Until you understand why, you are not going to understand how to change.
Four suggestions to be more curious: cultivate the whole brain, expand your interests, be childlike, and ask even if you think you know the answer.
How much unrealized potential do you have? What about the people with whom you work? Or the people MOR supports in our leadership programs?
Think about your organization. Are people paid to “do” and not to think? Are they expert but with a veneer of cynicism? Do they resist change?
Thinking of a poet's dedication to their practice reminds me of what it takes to form a habit and change neurological pathways.