Maintaining High Growth Mindset

When a trusted colleague refers a talented individual to you, is your default position to offer them a warm welcome or to immediately state copious reasons why you don’t have the need or money without listening to them? The former is a classic example of a high growth vs. a low growth mindset.

In industry sectors where convergent forces (new sources of capital, technology and distribution etc) are increasing the amount of uncertainty and competitive threats, Boards and executives would be wise to look out for these behavioural dispositions in their key people, understand the cause, take appropriate action and reinforce the desired behaviour.

If left unchecked, this low growth behaviour permeates throughout the business, future clients and employees are turned off and top line revenue growth stalls even faster.

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