Learn why focusing on continuous development is a key growth concept in all areas of life. Developing this mindset puts you in control of how you interpret feedback, helping you to process information in the most useful way to create results.
- Compare these scenarios.…Two people have been promoted into similar roles…in the same organization.…As with stepping into any new role,…the new job is challenging for both people.…One person believes each of us has a set level…of competence, intelligence, and skill.…They're hoping the role fits with their skills…and experience and they plan to draw…on their past experience to make their in their new role.…
The other person believes talents and abilities…can be improved over time.…They're starting the role with limited knowledge,…but they feel confident that they'll learn as they go…and develop to make the role a success over time.…The first person has a fixed mindset.…They believe people are born with a certain…number of abilities and that number cannot be exceeded.…The assumption is attitudes and abilities are…inherently unchanging.…
This second person has a growth mindset…which means they believe ability can be developed,…talents can be learned, and strengths can be enhanced.…Here, potential is unlimited.…You can always improve.…
Watch this course to learn how to give and receive high-quality feedback. Whether it's with peers, managers, colleagues, team members, friends, or family, the same principles apply across the board. Author Gemma Leigh Roberts shows how to give effective feedback, ask for feedback, and use the responses you receive as a tool to improve personal performance. These tips will help lead you into a cycle of continuous development, and a growth mindset that can help propel your career and your relationships forward.
- Getting comfortable asking for feedback
- Overcoming blind spots
- Creating a growth mindset
- Giving effective and unbiased feedback