A corporation's efforts to improve performance will be futile when its leaders and employees remain static in their attitude and work ethic. The heart of an organisation's operating system lies in the beliefs and values practiced by its leaders. To enable a change in organisation response, its operating system has to undergo constant maintenance and upgrading.
Our mindset controls the way we give meaning to occurrences and circumstances around us. In their daily interactions, the way leaders respond to and attribute meaning to a situation influences the team's perspective and beliefs. Leaders with an empowering mindset would be able to inspire and move their people to attain a common goal together.
Over the years, we have developed powerful and efficacious approaches that will allow leaders in your organisation to become more aware of their own mindset. This paves their way to a better decision-making process and facilitates their mindset alignment with the rest of the team. Mindset alignment involves delving deeper into the 'iceberg' of our inner self and discovering our limiting beliefs. When we deconstruct these limiting beliefs and inculcate in their place more empowering ones, change is enabled. When this is achieved, leaders become more in tune with their goals, values and beliefs, thereby translating them into fruitful and impactful actions.
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP IN MINDSET ALIGNMENT
Professor Carol Dweck of Stanford University sharing about the importance of growth mindset with Salman Khan.
Virginia Satir, the originator of family therapy doing her magic in change through her therapeutic conversation.
Peter Senge of MIT, talks about how system thinking is a pillar of organisation mindset.
Jack Canfield shares how the law of attraction affects and shapes our life and success.
Tim Gallwey, the father of coaching, in his sharing about the "Inner Game". His notion about the impact of 'mindset' on tennis players has inspired so many leaders.
Anthony Robbins, one of the influential coaches in personal mastery, shares his views on human personality.
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