Many of us are familiar with the concepts of grit (perseverance and passion for long-term goals) and growth mindset (the belief that skills and intelligence can be improved with effort and persistence) and know from personal experience just how important these traits are in achieving professional success. New research reveals that these traits are also critical in the team context. When team leaders lead in a growth mindset-oriented way and team members work together to engage in gritty behaviors, the team thrives. Moreover, team members are three times more likely to have a positive experience, which increases their job satisfaction and makes them less likely to look for other opportunities. In this session, Dr. Hogan will share the latest research and present a leadership model designed to help current and emerging team leaders harness the power of these important traits.