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Bosse Larsson Growth Mindset 130528

  1. 1. Bosse LarssonThe Growth Mindset idea– simple YET powerful!
  2. 2. Every child can become aNobel Prize winner if theyreceive a good education andwork very hard.Reflection:
  3. 3. AbilitiesIntelligenceTalentsWhat do YOU think?
  4. 4. What do YOU think?entrepreneur?leader?negotiator?sports?creativity?music?Born or made?
  5. 5. Your beliefs
  6. 6. MINDSETSProf C. Dweck Stanford univ.“What is worse than not knowing is…not wanting to know…”LEARNERS vs NON-LEARNERShttp://dweck.socialpsychology.org/files
  7. 7. Mindset is abelief systemFIXED MINDSETGROWTH MINDSETDweck s research shows who remains a “LEARNER”
  8. 8. FIXED GROWTHMINDSETCHALLENGE!EFFORT!MISTAKES?
  9. 9. ”Either you have it– or you dont…”THAT´S IT!”How can Iimprove?How can I learnthis?”USE IT -OR LOOSE IT!!
  10. 10. NO! – I do things Ialready can…A chance oflearning newthings!Challenge?
  11. 11. Hard work meansI´m not smartThe more I practise– the more mybrain grows!Effort?
  12. 12. When do you feel smart?Reflection:
  13. 13. Resilience,bounce-back-abilityStrategy?Failure, mistakes, ?"Ive missed more than 9000shots in my career.Ive lost almost 300 games.Twenty-six times Ive beentrusted to take the gamewinning shot and missed.Ive failed over and over andover again in my life.And that is why I succeed.”Michael Jordan
  14. 14. 535 university students,age 18 – 35 testedBrainscan during testMangels, Butterfield, Lamb, Good &Dweck, 2006Paying attention to learninghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/46813052@N00/189736044/">Ian Ruotsala
  15. 15. Lambers, Butterfield, Lang, Good & Dweck, 2007Learners vs non-learners2,5 sec3,5 secLEARNING!!
  16. 16. ”The most important thing I’ve learned in all my years ofresearch is how tuned in people are to the dominantvalues in their environment” C DweckProveNatural talentTestRankingImproveNurture talentLearn!Progress
  17. 17. Wood et el – ”Implicit teories of ability..M. Kray & M Haselhuhn 2007
  18. 18. ?
  19. 19. • Sex studies• Year 7• Nonverbal IQ testMueller and Dweck, 1998Effects of praise
  20. 20. Mueller and Dweck, 1998Intelligence praise“Wow, that’s a really good score. You must be smart at this.”Process praise“Wow, that’s a really good score. You must have tried reallyhard.”Control-group praise“Wow, that’s a really good score.”Effects of praise
  21. 21. Effects of praiseTest 1 Test 34,55,56,5
  22. 22. 40 %
  23. 23. SmartBrightGeniousGiftedBorn talentSimply the best
  24. 24. What can we do about mindsets?
  25. 25. …YET…
  26. 26. Your brain as a muscleEmbrace ”learning mistakes”Talk back, Feed-back
  27. 27. Your brain as a muscleEmbrace ”learning mistakes”Talk back, Feed-back
  28. 28. CHALLENGEEFFORTMISTAKES
  29. 29. CHALLENGEEFFORTMISTAKES
  30. 30. Your brain as a muscleEmbrace ”learning mistakes”Talk back, Feed-back
  31. 31. How can we promotea positive view of failure & mistakesin our workplaces/organisations?Reflection:
  32. 32. “to make mistakes and struggle, bueventually we may do something thwe’ll remember the rest of our lives
  33. 33. Your brain as a muscleEmbrace ”learning mistakes”Talk back, Feed-back
  34. 34. You can´tdo this…!I can´tdo it……YET…
  35. 35. AMADEUS
  36. 36. .What is an area in which you oncehad low ability, but now performquite well?How were you able to make thischange?Reflection:
  37. 37. Good presentationBrilliantly playedSuperb thought
  38. 38. Good swimmerBrilliant musicianSuperb thinkerGeniousGood swimmingBrilliantly playedSuperb thoughtAdmirable effort
  39. 39. Benefits of a Growth Mindset workplace? 
• are more likely to innovate. (risk, courage)• create better work environments (open to feedbackfrom others - interested in learning!)• are better mentors (because of the believe indevelopment)• are perceived as more fair (because of the believe in thecapacity to improve)• develop the skills for success (e g negotiators, leadersare made…)• Better teams (progress – not ranking- /judging)
  40. 40. Reflection:• How is your workplace – fixed orgrowth mindset?• How is your team – fixed orgrowth mindset?
  41. 41. 3GM QUESTIONS?• Challenged? (on a 1-10 scale)• Effort? (on a 1-10 scale)• Any ”learning mistakes”?New strategy?
  42. 42. Old man – small garage – but a Groth Mindset!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnKoGN2oaTk
  43. 43. …YET…

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