Author Archives: Carpenter Smith Consulting

Bringing a Growth Mindset to Your Teaching

Carol Dweck, a leading researcher of the Growth Mindset concept, explains the research and the power of Growth Mindset in this Tedx talk.

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Developing a Growth Mindset

Scientists are learning that our brains continue to grow, expand, build new pathways, and evolve as we experience new events – both pleasant and unpleasant. How great is that?

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You Got Promoted, Now What? Gratitude!

As you enter the new role, demonstrate that you’re grateful to be in the position to support and contribute to your team’s success.

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What Does Work Mean to You?

Spend some time considering what you want work to mean in your life.

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Asking for a Promotion

Where do you start if you’re getting ready to ask for a promotion?

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Are You A Solution?

How are you a solution for the team, department, or organization?

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Accelerate Your Success

Stepping into a leadership role can be exciting while also intimidating! In our work with new leaders we’re often asked, “What’s the one thing I can do to accelerate my success?” While there are many things that go into leadership success, there’s one thing that we believe is a game changer, and it often comes […]

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Honoring Their Nature

Consider the nature of the individuals on your team to help them develop their skills.

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Determining Shared Success

Only when you know what success looks like can you effectively work toward it.

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Recognizing the Good in the Bad

Humans tend to provide feedback around negative behaviors when, in fact, providing feedback around positive behaviors is far more productive in the long run.

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