The Small Business HR Podcast

Ep. 7

7. Leveraging the Power of a Growth Mindset w/ Amber Parr

In this episode 7, we talk with Amber Parr about how HR can adopt a growth mindset in our ever-changing world of work.
Amber Parr

Amber Parr

HR Manager
Sundance Holdings Group, LLC

Small business HR wears a lot of hats. For Amber Parr, the hat she loves wearing most is being part of the employee experience—and helping managers get the best out of their people.

We sat down with Amber, HR Manager at Sundance Holdings Group, LLC (more commonly known as Sundance Catalog), to talk about how HR can adopt a growth mindset to meet the needs of managers, and the organization as a whole, in our ever-changing world of work.

We also talked about:

  • The value of a growth mindset—and why she’s so passionate about it
  • Why HR should be focused on learning, plus the challenges of making it a priority
  • Tips for developing a learning and growth mindset (Hint: It starts with curiosity)
  • The power of being adaptable when failure happens

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People that want to keep doing things the way they’ve always been done miss opportunities that could add value. It’s the people that hone in on the importance of learning and growth will have the biggest impact on the employee experience and the organization as a whole.”

Amber Parr

View challenges at work as opportunities to learn—and overcome and succeed—versus the negative aspects of the situation.”

Amber Parr

Change is unavoidable. So, let’s spend our energy using it as an opportunity for learning and growth and improvement.”

Amber Parr

You have to keep a pulse on employees’ expectations—and adjust to meet their needs.”

Amber Parr

Gone are the days of paper-pushing, transactional HR. Leadership teams now look to HR to solve problems within the organization, and to be that trusted partner that helps them achieve their business goals.”

Amber Parr

Be curious. Continually find ways to grow and develop. Ask yourself: Is what I’m spending time on adding value? And if not, find better, more effective ways to get things done.”

Amber Parr

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