Harnessing Change for Leaders: Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset!
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Successful people aren’t just born that way. Even those with natural talent have to work at success. But why do some talented people go nowhere, while others with average abilities have tremendous success?
In this presentation, Kristi outlines the concepts of grit and resilience, the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset, and how you can put these ideas to work with specific steps.
When you shift your viewpoint you can make change a catalyst for growth and success. Learn the concepts of a growth mindset, grit, and resilience, with strategies & steps you can use right away.
- How to identify a fixed mindset vs a growth mindset
- Why your mindset matters
- Steps to change your own mindset
- Why grit is the foundation for success
- The four surprising components of grit – they aren’t what you would expect.
“What matters most is a never give up attitude.” Angela Duckworth
An interactive style and practical takeaways provide real results. Kristi’s workshop method fosters idea-generation and a solutions-oriented mindset, and participants leave with strategies and tactics to keep the momentum going.
Partnering with clients to provide coaching and leadership development programs which are direct, specific, and improve bottom line results. Kristi is a nationally recognized public speaker, offering customized keynote and breakout sessions that engage, inspire, and inform audiences large and small. Since 1987, Kristi has coached executives to be stronger leaders and has helped organizations optimize their most vital resource – people.
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Tuesday, February 11th
Members and Partners: Free (included in membership)
Non-Members: $15.00 online or $20.00 at the door
Registration closes at 3pm the day before the event
Please note, if you plan to attend the dinner following this event, you must register separately for it.
One and a half (1.5) CPE credits available. Field of Study: Personal Development
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