Build your tech resilience

Beginner
Developer
Student
Azure

Far too many talented people avoid choosing or actively decide to leave tech because it can be unwelcoming. Our mission? To help build a more inclusive future for the tech industry by fostering confidence, a growth mindset, resilience, and a sense of belonging. Start here to grow more as an individual and team and learn useful strategies that have a strong research base of evidence for improving effectiveness in the workplace. By the end of this series, we hope you have a new way of taking ownership over your problem-solving process, which you can apply when debugging code or when working with a team under a tight deadline.

In this learning path you'll:

  • Learn how to develop a growth mindset.
  • Enhance your self-efficacy.
  • Cultivate a culture of belongingness.
  • Exercise your emotional intelligence.
  • Give and receive effective feedback.
  • Grow your cognitive flexibility.
  • Leverage self-regulation to work strategically.
  • Communicate with others strategically through mirroring and coaching.
  • Work with others by practicing active listening.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

In this module, you'll learn to distinguish between two mindsets: a growth mindset and a fixed mindset. When you adopt a growth mindset, you set yourself up for success and are able to take on new challenges.

Develop a mindset that will set you up for success in technology.

Cultivate a culture of belongingness in tech.

Learn how to use your emotional intelligence to help your peers.

In this module, you'll learn how to give and receive effective feedback.

In this module, you'll learn about the importance of cognitive flexibility in the field of technology. You'll learn about the benefits of stepping back and expanding your outlook and using feedback effectively. Finally, you'll learn how to reorient and persist in challenging situations.

In this module, you'll learn about using self-regulation to respond effectively to challenges. You'll also use goal-orientation theory to diagnose what motivates you to learn.

Learn how to communicate with others strategically through mirroring and coaching.

Learn how to work with others by practicing active listening.