April 10, 2023

Do you have a mindset for learning transfer?

Illustration of 2 head silhouettes facing each other. One has a lock in the brain area. The other a growing pot and plant.

There are many factors that affect learning transfer and one that is often overlooked is mindset as described by Carol Dweck. She introduced the theory of a growth mindset versus a fixed mindset, and how this simple distinction has a profound impact on people’s lives.

Whether you’re in learning and development or just looking for a way to improve yourself, understanding these mindsets can provide a powerful tool for growth.

In this article, I explore the implications of these mindsets on learning and development, and how they can be used as a lens to look at both learning in general and learning transfer in particular.

Read the article here

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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