Living in a world of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, survival requires us to continuously innovate and stay relevant to the marketplace. With all the disruptions that technology has brought to traditional industries such as retail, transport and communications, companies that stay stagnant will be eliminated. Planned change and growth are the only ways to remain competitive. In fact, everyone is capable of coming up with innovative ideas, and innovation is possible everywhere in the company. We should strive to encourage germination of good ideas. Creating a culture of innovation and growth is the responsibility of all leaders and employees and a critical core to success.
This program is designed to help employees and managers develop a growth mindset to build an innovative culture that will thrive in today's challenging business environment. Participants will be provided with practical frameworks and techniques to adopt and develop the right mindsets, improve the quality of their thinking and decisions, and build agility to thrive in the context of innovation and change.
Adopting a Mindset that Foster Innovation
The custom-designed workshop will focus on resource-oriented experiential learning where participants are made to undergo stimulating experiences and made to reflect upon them in order to help them develop independent thought and analytical skills. All concepts and principles introduced will be accompanied by relevant work-related examples where appropriate. Group participation and sharing is encouraged in this highly interactive and inspiring environment.
This workshop is designed for all employees and managers in an organization.
This training is part of the "Growth Mindset" Series of Programs.
A growth mindset embraces the idea that basic qualities can be developed through hard work, good strategies and input from others. Intelligence and talent are the starting points, supplemented by continual learning. Those who embrace this mindset see challenges as opportunities to grow and learn, and they are resilient, even when faced with failure. Cultivating a growth mindset in organizations is therefore a key factor in creating better agility and innovation and in developing an engaged, collaborative, committed, and truly trusting workforce.
Our Growth Mindset programs use research from Carol Dweck as well as other researchers to help organizations' employees develop their mindsets and skills. These programs explore the importance of effort, how mistakes help you learn, how to use setbacks as motivation, and the importance of curiosity and courage.
Practical tips and suggestions will be provided to help participants develop growth mindset to improve their resilience and to spur collaboration, innovation and creative problem solving at all organizational levels.