Organisational Mindset – Fixed or Growth?

Posted in : HR Updates ROI on 11 December 2019
Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite
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In general, the topic of Mindset when discussed often ends up being split into two questions. Do I have a fixed mindset or do I have a growth mindset? Which one is better? How important is it to my professional role?

Mindset has been defined as the established set of attitudes and assumptions held by an individual, that exist in their subconscious and determines how that person perceives specific situations and reacts to them (Herbert 2000). The basic concept of individual difference comes from the ideal that no two persons are the same. The most obvious can be seen in physical differences by means of height, weight, hair colour etc. which can be objectively measured.

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Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite

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