Professional helpers’ growth mindset, work engagement and self-reported performance
Work engagement is a worker’s state of mind which has benefits for individuals and the organization as a whole. Heslin (2010) suggested that people’s work engagement can be enhanced by inducing a growth mindset. The present study examined on a sample of professional helpers whether the extent to which they have a growth mindset about their clients (GMC) and about professional helpers (GMP) predicted their work engagement (WE) and their (self-rated) performance (PERF). Structural equation modeling showed that a GMC predicted WE and that both GMP and WE predicted PERF.

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