Fixed and Growth Mindset
Schools to businesses, from Instagram to motivational forums, it seems everyone is talking fixed and growth mindsets. In the pursuit of success for ourselves as individuals as well as company objectives, it seems we all appreciate that a growth mindset – measured by flexibility and adaptability is key. In our COVID era, this certainly has been tested and many of us are now familiar with being forced out of usual methods of operation to seize new opportunities or overcome never seen before production / transit hurdles. This month we’re taking what we know about the value of growth mindsets and giving ourselves a health check in terms of labour, management and production. Assess your company as to where your strengths are and discover any areas that might be stagnating your progress goals for this year.
If you desire a quick overview, here’s a handy summary of fixed and growth mindset:
Now, let’s look at the three tiers of an organisational structure, as outlined earlier and examine what they might look like within a fixed mindset vs growth mindset.
Clearly, food production relies on the interconnected success of a growth mindset across all tiers of an organisation. Becoming too focussed on one area may result in a fixed mindset in another area hindering all successful attempts in others.
At Regethermic, we understand our role is not just to supply equipment and imagine such achieves your organisational goals. We recognise key to the success of machinery is understanding the desired vision behind it, the environment it will fit within and the workforce to be trained to use it. With an eye to the future, Regethermic recognises that our service to you must be individually focussed – we undertake to appreciate your journey and offer counsel on where you see yourself heading in your production goals. We offer insight to how equipment or process may be adapted or increased in flexibility of use to afford your company its greatest success moving forwards into an unknown, but exciting future.
“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow”.
Ronald. E. Osborn
Article written by Jon Gibson