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Growth mindset is like nurturing a seedling.

The Journey to a Growth Mindset

“The journey from a protective mindset to a growth mindset isn’t about discarding our natural instincts for self-preservation; it’s about recognizing and managing these instincts to better support our personal and professional development. “ A protective mindset is often characterized by a focus on safety, security, and risk aversion, whereas a growth mindset is about embracing…

Leading in Uncertainty in the VUCAH times

Leading in Uncertainty with Psychological Safety and Growth Mindset

“Why empowerment makes no sense at all, and yet makes all the sense in the world. ” Empowerment makes sense Empowerment stands as a pivotal strategy for managing uncertainty and complexity. It enhances organizational agility and adaptability, crucial in rapidly changing environments. By empowering team members, diverse perspectives and skills are brought to the forefront, fostering…

Skip Bowman, keynote speaker on psychological safety and growth mindset

Creating Psychological Safety: A Comprehensive Guide For Effective Leadership

Psychological safety is more than a concept; it's the cornerstone of a thriving organizational culture that values innovation, resilience, and collaboration.

Skip Bowman, keynote speaker on psychological safety and growth mindset

Growth Mindset and Eco-System Leadership

This innovative work introduces the concept of eco-system leadership, highlighting its alignment with a purpose-driven growth mindset—a key to addressing the challenges posed by our changing world.

Leadership Theory - for now and the future - Skip Bowman

Leadership Theory – For Now and the Future

It's crucial to ground leadership theory within the context of our current times, addressing the significant challenges that shape our world today and in the future.

There's a lot of crap about Psychological Safety - Skip Bowman's Blog

There’s a lot of crap about Psychological Safety

My research shows that the correlations between leadership behaviours and psychological safety are not as strong as you might expect.