Microsoft requires a specific mindset for approaching problems and recovering from setbacks - Must Have Solutions

Microsoft requires a specific mindset for approaching problems and recovering from setbacks

Microsoft Leaders Are Asked to Showcase 3 Skills. Recent Psychology Research Says You Should Too...

Since Satya Nadella took the role of CEO of Microsoft, the company has become focused on what's known as a growth mindset, which is based on the work of Stanford University's Carol Dweck. A growth mindset says when you face a tough problem and are experiencing setbacks, you don't feel like a failure and start assuming that you're not good enough. You see it as a challenge and a learning opportunity.

The opposite is the fixed mindset, a belief that you're only so smart and are limited by your natural abilities. Microsoft believes in the growth mindset so much that Joe Whittinghill, corporate VP of talent, learning, and insights, recently told Business Insider that his company is upping its commitment to it in a big way. All leaders will be asked to follow a new mental approach grounded in the growth mindset called Model Coach Care....

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