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Thursday, November 12 • 09:00 - 09:30
Growth Mindset 2:0

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The new science of change provides a social cognitive neuroscience model to develop young people’s adaptative potential and design environments that nurture their drive to take on challenges and to see effort as the path to mastery. Discovering what triggers a fixed mindset response and reflecting on the inner critic self-talk leads to curbing defensive reactions and behaviours. This leads to effective self-coaching, self regulations and changing of behaviours. It helps build a new narrative of personal adequacy and release more cognitive energy for possibility. This is the development of a growth mindset. By helping young people build a resilient self-narrative, within the context of learning, gives them the optimism to stay in the game in the face of the onslaught of challenges, opportunities and setbacks. Learn about more about the latest research on Mindset, what are the fixed triggers and the strategies for building a more persistent growth mindset.

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Susan Mackie

Founder & Perpetual Learner, Growth Mindset Institute
Susan’s work started in the area of cognitive thinking working with children across all ages and needs. This led to work in the education, not-for-profit and business sectors. Susan has deep experience in the areas of neuroscience, cognition and mindset.She has worked with and co-presented... Read More →

Thursday November 12, 2020 09:00 - 09:30 CET
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