Growth Mindset: Our mindset can directly affect how we accomplish our objectives. This is true of everything we do including how we learn, view our goals, and approach our work and other tasks. A positive mindset is often the difference between giving up on an objective or progressing forward. A growth mindset is the belief that intelligence and capabilities can be developed. It is contrasted with a fixed mindset, which is the belief that intelligence is a fixed trait that is set in stone at birth. In this session we will explore how to move away from having a fixed mindset and move toward developing a growth mindset to position ourselves to see opportunities and make the most of them. This half-day workshop will be held on Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 9 a.m. – 12 Noon. Location: Penn State Scranton Campus Dawson Building Room 10. Discounts available for an organization with 3 or more registrants. NOTE: The University reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. *This workshop is not a module in the comprehensive Penn State “Supervision Essentials” certificate program.