Explore how L&D professionals can positively impact an organization’s mindset.
Explore learning strategies for incorporating mindset into your sessions.
Manage your own negative self-talk so you can serve your learners more
Discover how to give feedback to learners in a way that supports a growth
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
Describe how to encourage a growth mindset in your learners.
List strategies for nurturing a growth mindset when designing and delivering
training throughout organizations.
Differentiate between Person Praise and Process Praise.
Use the Choice Map to help individuals respond effectively in difficult situations.
Explain how curious, solution focused questions can quickly redirect focus from
judgement and criticism to curiosity and learning.
Explain why a positive growth mindset is the pre-requisite for resilience.
About Brenda Jasmin
Brenda Jasmin (B.A., CAPP) is a speaker, workshop facilitator, certified life coach & entrepreneur who is
passionate about helping people create more happiness, fulfillment and meaning in their lives. She has
20 years’ experience facilitating workshops and has received top awards for her corporate training
After earning a B.A. in Psychology from Western University, she worked as an employment counsellor.
At 25, she started her own business, delivering career planning workshops to high school, college and
university students. Later, she joined a Human Resources consulting firm and specialized in corporate
training, designing and delivering training programs for large companies such as Sprint Canada, Manulife
Financial and the National Bank of Canada. Most recently, she has been delivering workshops on the
science of well-being & resilience. Her popular series of Positive Psychology workshops, called “Positivi-
Tea Talks”, sell out regularly.
Brenda is a Certified Life Coach and holds a Certification in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP). She is
committed to helping people to experience greater well-being and personal mastery by teaching them
how to apply research based tools from the science of positive psychology and resilience. She is
married and lives in Oakville with her husband, two children and her yellow lab, Cali.
*This counts towards 2 credit hours for certification maintenance*
Registration: 5:30 pm
Speaker: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm
Members: $40 plus taxes
Future Members: $50 plus taxes
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