We often work with high potentials and top talents — people that organizations identify as a crucial component in achieving organizational results.
Top talents are key for organizational transformation and growth, but have you ever thought about the hidden talent in your organization? What if those who weren’t identified as key talent using strict organizational measurements were viewed differently? How much more innovative, effective, strong, and robust could your organization potentially be with a substantial additional amount of top talent?
Carol Dweck, a professor of Stanford University and the author of the book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, explains that her research shows that “managers see more leadership potential in their employees when their companies adopt a growth mindset — the belief that talent should be developed in everyone, not viewed as a fixed, innate gift that some have, and others don’t.”
What do organizations with a growth mindset approach…
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