Together with The Supper Club, the Founder and CEO network, we launched The AXA Growth Leaders Series to bring together successful entrepreneurs and thought-leaders to share their insights and experience on how to lead with a growth mindset, and how to build high performing teams.
With a focus on three key areas – The Future of Leadership, Making Wellbeing Work and Leading the Future Workforce – The AXA Growth Leaders Series explored how a growth mindset can support positive development and smart business thinking, as well as enhancing the health and wellbeing of employers and their teams.
We also produced The AXA Growth Leaders report in collaboration with The Supper Club which features insights and thought leadership articles from inspiring business leaders.
There's no doubt that the workplace is ever-evolving. From developments in technology to changes in the wants and needs of employees, the rate of change at work is rapid.
At The AXA Growth Leaders Series: Leading the Future Workforce event, the panels spoke about the importance of not stereotyping different generations. They also discussed how vital it is to treat all of your team members as individuals, with different wants and needs when it comes to their work.
Wellbeing expert Liz Earle MBE joins Dr Mark Winwood (Director of Psychological Services at AXA Health) to answer your questions on wellness at work. From flexible working, to food and mental health – they discuss tips for creating a culture that facilitates healthier, happier and more productive teams. They also share strategies on learning how to switch off, and why rest should be valued just as importantly as ‘hard work’.
Dr Mark Winwood, Director of Psychological Services at AXA Health, discusses the importance of health and wellbeing within the workplace and what business owners can do to develop a positive wellbeing culture within their business.
In this podcast from the second instalment of The AXA Growth Leaders Series, we hear from wellbeing expert and entrepreneur, Liz Earle MBE on how she’s woven wellbeing into every aspect of her business journey, from founding her world-renowned skincare brand in 1995 to the present day. She shares her thoughts on building teams with authenticity and purpose – and how everything from good gut health to flexible working can contribute to a more motivated and productive workforce.
Businesses that view challenges as opportunities to grow and setbacks as opportunities to learn for the future may be demonstrating what’s commonly referred to as a growth mindset.
A growth mindset can have a number of benefits for small businesses. From employees feeling a stronger sense of commitment and ownership to the company, to them feeling more supported with risk taking and innovation.
The AXA Growth Leaders Future of Leadership event featured a fascinating keynote from Eduardo Briceño, as well as two interactive panel discussions with successful business leaders on how to adopt a growth mindset. Watch our video to see all of the highlights from the event.
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