What Role Does Social Learning Play in Developing a Growth Mindset

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About mathias sager

Independent researcher, artist, social entrepreneur, and leadership and strategy advisor I was born in Zurich in 1975 and grew up in Switzerland. Currently, I’m living in Tokyo. I love open-minded people everywhere and the passion to working relentlessly for developing human potential, which is an overarching theme throughout all his work. I have extensive experience in leadership and management, organizational psychology research, and learning & development practice. I have worked as a teacher, a leadership trainer, as well as a senior manager responsible for client relationships, counseling, and virtual teams around the world. Also, I’m a social entrepreneur and serving as a strategy and leadership advisor in different ways. My goal is to inspire with interdisciplinary, innovative, and cross-cultural approaches to personal and professional development for the people’s individual well-being and common good alike. Continuously learning himself and keen to help, I appreciate any questions or feedback you may have at any time. Please connect here on any social media, as well as per direct email goodthings@mathias-sager.com.
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2 Responses to What Role Does Social Learning Play in Developing a Growth Mindset

  1. Patty says:

    First…I love these presentations…so much easier to read (and grasp) than long articles 🙂
    Interesting content again. I think this is also applicable for adults with low self-esteem, maybe even depressed persons. Focusing on their personal capabilities to grow, to learn instead of what they can’t do. Again, interesting Mathias.

    • mathias sager says:

      Dear Patty.
      Thank you for your helpful feedback.
      You are right, I am often/mostly posting quite raw and dense material from my research. I will soon use it to compile some better accessible and digestible formats too.
      Yes, absolutely. The growth mindset applies to adults as well as our brain, and mental capacities remain plastic/flexible.
      Have a great weekend!

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