IMI Advant-edge: Why Fostering a Growth Mindset in Organisations Matters
In the first IMI Advant-edge series in Cork, IMI faculty member Philip Matthews will explore the growth mindset with specific research from Stanford Psychologist, Carol Dweck, and will identify two distinct mindsets in people called Fixed and Growth. Whilst no individual is entirely one or the other, this has profound consequences for people and organisations.
During this session we will ask the question, does your organisation have a growth mindset culture of development or a fixed mindset culture of genius?
Date: 7th November 2017
Time: 8am – 8.30am Breakfast & Registration | Event: 8.30am – 10am
Venue: The Council Room, UCC Campus
Phillip Matthews was appointed President of the National College of Ireland (NCI) in March 2010. Prior to joining NCI, Phillip was responsible for establishing and directing the executive education centre at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School between the years of 2007 and 2010.
Before entering academia Phillip spent 20 years in industry between pharmaceuticals and consulting where he held roles in Sales, Marketing, HR and General Management. He holds a BSc and a PhD in Zoology from Queen’s University, Belfast and Diplomas in Executive Coaching and Advanced Executive Coaching from UCD.
In addition to his current role as an IMI faculty member, Phillip remains active in leadership development and is an active executive coach and team coach. He also continues to assist corporations with their leadership development, the development of coaching as a leadership competency.