More resources now available to help develop Airmen’s growth mindset Published Sept. 17, 2021 By Air Education and Training Command Public Affairs JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – Airmen now have access to the Growth Mindset MilBook, a populated webpage with myriad resources designed to help Airmen develop a growth mindset in themselves and others. The Air Education and Training Command Force Development Policy Integration Division (AETC/A3K) recently launched the new MilBook webpage that includes videos, lessons, instructional materials, journal articles, scientific research studies, self-assessments and more. These resources are intended for individuals, mentors, supervisors and learning professionals. “Those with a growth mindset believe that anyone at any age can improve their abilities through effort, practice, trying new strategies, and seeking help and feedback from others,” said Col. Jack C. Stallworth, chief of the policy integration division. “Instilling Airmen with a growth mindset provides them the confidence and grit to pursue, accept and persevere through challenges both professional and personal.” The MilBook page features a Q&A function, discussion posts and blogs for users to connect and share content, ideas and experiences. Also showcased are various AETC efforts utilizing growth mindset concepts and practices designed to advance Airmen development. “Growth mindset facilitates life-long learning and supports continual development of both occupational and foundational competencies which is key to building multi-capable Airmen empowered to successfully operate in a constantly changing environment,” said Stallworth. MilBook is a common access card-enabled MilSuite application that promotes secure workforce collaboration and information sharing behind the Department of Defense firewall. Visit the Growth Mindset MilBook at https://www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/growth-mindset. Select “Join Group” at the top right hand corner of the page to receive e-mail notifications when new content is posted. For assistance, e-mail A3KP at firstname.lastname@example.org.