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Mindset

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Ellie Purdy

on 31 March 2016

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Transcript of Mindset

Growing our Successes:
Mindsets in different areas of our lives:
A deeper look at the idea of mindsets:
Shifting Mindsets
What's a mindset?
What's a fixed mindset?
What's a growth mindset?
Fixed mindset ≠ low self-esteem
Fixed mindset ≠ pessimism
In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like intelligence, ability or talent, are fixed traits, and therefore can't be developed or cultivated very much.
Fixed Mindset
Growth Mindset
In a growth mindset, people believe that their basic qualities, like intelligence, ability or talent, are not fixed traits, but can be developed through dedication and hard work.
Mindset,
by Carol Dweck
Mindset:
What we believe about our own intelligence, abilities and talents.

Mindset:
Affects the way we respond to challenges, obstacles, effort, criticism, & the success of others.

Let's listen!
Familiar examples seen through the lens of growth/fixed mindset
Activity: Sort the statements!

Growth Mindset
or
Fixed Mindset?
shifting from a Fixed Mindset to a Growth Mindset
in volunteer management

Are negotiators
born or made?
Jigsaw reading
If time: conversation cards
1. Think of a recent challenge.
2. Identify if there's a fixed-mindset "voice".
3. Talk back to it with a growth-mindset voice.
4. Take a growth-mindset action.
"Why waste time proving over and over how great you are, when you could be getting better?"
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