This article is part of our series “Vocate’s Wall of Fame”. Each person described in the series is someone who has inspired the Vocate team and who we believe represents what “unlocking human potential” means. Quite literally, the Wall of Fame exists in our office (printed out images framed on the wall) and every week we vote on a new honoree.
Carol Dweck is a psychology professor at Stanford. She strives to help everyone achieve their fullest potential in the classroom through her books and via global lectures. She has published many works on motivation, personality, and mentalities that engender success. Her world-leading research in motivation and her personal development guide help many to reach their potential.
Vocate strives to unlock human potential and Dweck’s work establishes a framework for people to do just that. Her life-long research and interests parallel our mission. We both aid students in fully realizing their talents and achieving their greatest capabilities.
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