“Mindsets” can have an important influence on our short and long-term personal development and determine the outcomes.
“Our mindset influences our health, happiness and even our longevity.” (K. McGonigal, 2015)
In order to devise and practice new forms of collaboration, we also need a supportive attitude and, in the broadest sense, a “growth mindset.”
Our current attitude (mindset = mind set!) is based on old programs (socialization, experiences, culture...). In order to develop organizationality, something practically no-one has any experience of, it is crucial to allow myself to question my, and collective, assumptions.
We look forward to performing the first mindset test with you and your team.