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Welcome to your course!

Research by Carol Dweck at Stanford University shows that brains react differently to challenges depending on our beliefs.

She coined the terms fixed versus growth mindset. A brain scan of a person with a fixed mindset during a challenge shows no activated areas within the brain. People with a fixed mindset believe that success is based on talent and that their intelligence is like a hand of cards they’ve been dealt. On the other hand, a brain scan of a person with a growth mindset during a challenge shows a large area of the brain is active.

“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer. 

Albert Einstein

The Growth Mindset To Lead Change is about:

  • Enabling you to establish a learning culture by rewarding effort, strategy, and progress
  • And making room to innovate and co-create better change-outcomes.

Is this course right for you?

This course is designed for change leaders in middle management and executive positions, whose businesses are undergoing change.


Learning objectives

At the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the difference between a fixed and a growth mindset on the mindset continuum
  • Be able to apply Growth Mindset tools such as speed mentoring and the principles of mastery
  • Be able to create a Change Learning Plan
  • Practice and foster a learning culture
  • Be able to demonstrate a growth mindset and grit to lead change


Table of content

Below is the overview of what will be covered in each session:

  1. Session: Growth mindset
  2. Session: Growth and change leadership
  3. Session: Learning culture
  4. Session: Growth mindset to lead change