CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT FOR CHANGE
Changes in corporate culture begin when they are lived by individual employees. Self-Developers are eager for personal growth, feedback and challenges on their way to becoming the boss of their thoughts and behaviour.
In the Self-Developer context, one succeeds in aligning the goals of the company and one’s own needs.
People with a static mindset feel the urgent need to constantly prove their abilities. People with a growth mindset, on the other hand, believe that their basic skills can be developed through hard work and dedication. Many companies therefore implement the principles of Growth Mindset and Psychological Safety in their organisation, based on the findings of professors Dr. Carol Dweck and Dr .Amy Edmondson.
In this exciting lecture Andrew Bannon shoes how The Self-Developer philosophy helps to promote these principles and accelerate their development. It is important to understand the dangers of the inner monologue of a static mindset that constantly judges life, others and oneself. As a Self-Developer, one seeks constructive feedback, accepts challenges, overcomes setbacks, strives for optimal performance, learns from criticism and promotes the success of others.
For employees from whom one would like to see more growth mindset-related behaviour and who one would like to encourage to act in a more risk-taking manner
- In-person or online event
- Visual, interactive and inspiring
- In English or German
- Duration: 45–120 minutes
“Andrew gave a great virtual keynote at Siemens Smart Infrastructure Growth Week on “Growth Mindset”. With many vivid examples he demystified the topic, well understandable, tailored to our needs and highly entertaining. Our employees were enthusiastic. And it was fun to work with him.”Petra Wander
“I received only positive feedback on Mr Bannon’s lecture. I think Mr Bannon’s humorous, but also down-to-earth and honest manner was the key factor here that ensured openness and enthusiasm. I wouldn’t know what to criticise at this point. The presentation was entertaining and exciting, and fitted perfectly into the overall context of the day and underlined our message for change.Charline Dänzer
“The way you presented was really entertaining and showed a fine sense of (seemingly British) humour. The fact that the talk was discussed in all the following breaks proves that you raised and discussed important points for the self-development of all participants. Even the next day, some presentations already referred to quotes from your speech. In summary, your talk was an exciting highlight.”Ralf Kuhl
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