How resilience and grit lead to success
Consider this if...
- You’re in a business that constantly has tough projects with short deadlines, inadequate budgets and/or difficult clients.
- You want to be a desirable destination as an employer in your profession.
- Your people are burning out at unsatisfactory rates.
- You have a hard time retaining talent.
- Your training budget is slim and you’d like your people to take more responsibility for their development.
We probably love the business we’re in. There’s something different every day. Innovations. Challenges. Problems to be solved. Ideas to be sold. Business to be won.
These opportunities should drive our people to new heights in professional success and personal development. Our teams should be energized to succeed in conditions of uncertainty. They should be embracing chances to grow and shine.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case often enough.
Some people thrive and some burn out. Some see opportunities to innovate and some see a roadblock. Some view failure as a chance to learn and others view themselves as victims of circumstance.
Some will drive your agency to success and others will just go along for the ride. Who do you
Growth Mindset will help you understand how your people can better adapt to the swirling environment around them.
Growth Mindset is a one-day program for up to 16 people. It’s appropriate for anyone in the organization who wants to be able to better handle uncertainty or change, or to find more opportunities for engagement and satisfaction within the company.
The program will cover the following:
- Understanding Mindset and value of a Growth Mindset.
- Assessing and adjusting Mindset.
- Handling change.
- Resiliency and Grit – making the best of difficult situations.
- Planning your development from a Learning Mindset
- Action Planning to implement real changes.
There’s a managers’ version of the workshop which covers all of the above and adds a discussion on how to diagnose and coach a growth mindset.
This workshop challenges participants to understand their approach to projects, challenges, problems, and colleagues. They will gain new perspectives on themselves and on the people they work with.