What is stopping you?
The stories we tell ourselves determine what we can accomplish. Are we feeding the imposter syndrome and the fixed mindset, or do we push ourselves to grow and learn? This workshop will explore paradigm creation, fixed versus growth mindset, and how your mindset can unlock the tools you need to be your best self.
Growth mindset can be used by executives and team leaders to motivate their employees and create a culture of learning. Brittany Yelverton from Girl's Empowerment Network will teach participants the benefits of adopting a growth mindset. Attendees will experience a meaningful, interactive discussion full of real-life stories.
Brittany serves as the Director of Community Engagement at Girls Empowerment Network. Though originally from Texas, Brittany pursued her undergraduate degree at Elon University in North Carolina where she earned a BA in Communications and English and minored in Women’s/Gender Studies. After graduating from Elon, Brittany was selected as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar and earned her graduate degree in Media Studies at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa.
Brittany first began working in the Austin nonprofit community when she served as the AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer Specialist at GIRLS in 2011-2012. Most recently, Brittany served as Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas’ Community Outreach Specialist and was awarded the 2013 Reproductive Equity Award from the Lilith Fund. She is a graduate of Leadership Austin’s Emerge program.
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