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American psychologist Carol Dweck (2006), affiliated with Stanford University, spent decades researching why some people are successful in life and continue to develop, while others who are equally talented dwell. She discovered that people’s mindset plays a crucial role in their learning process. Carol Dweck discovered two types of mindsets (ways of thinking); the fixed mindset and the growth mindset (fixed and growth mindset).Read more
Warren Bennis is one of the pioneers in the field of leadership. He was the first to say that the real source of leadership is not a set of skills, but something within you.
“Leadership has to do with who we are as human beings, with the forces that have shaped us; …, it is always about authenticity.”
Bill George, author of Finding your True North, interviewed more than a hundred CEO’s and leaders across the world. This served as a basis for his guide to becoming an authentic leader, following his True North.Read more
How do you explain when others are able to achieve things that seem to defy all the assumptions? Why is it that Martin Luther King led the Civil Rights Movement? He wasn’t the only man who suffered in pre-civil rights America, and he certainly wasn’t the only great orator of the day. Why him?Read more