How to Cultivate a Growth Mindset
The Growth Mindset provides you with 7 tips for cultivating a growth mindset – a key leadership asset and competitive advantage.
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Cultivate your own growth mindset
Promote a growth mindset in others
Sharpen your leadership learning
Leverage your experiences – the good, the bad, and even the ugly
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Hi, I’m Palena Neale
Founder and Managing Director, unabridged
Leadership Coach, Mentor, Educator
Palena Neale, Ph.D. is the founder of unabridged – a boutique leadership development practice that partners with clients to harness their power and potential to affect positive and purposeful change. Palena teaches, coaches, mentors, and develops online content for women leaders who want to bolster and grow their leadership. She is a regular contributor to Forbes and Harvard Business Review, a frequent lecturer on various MBA programs, and a PCC-accredited executive and leadership coach.