Measuring and building mindsets to
proactively enhance mental wellness
and optimize performance
MindVue, in collaboration with CD2 Learning, wins coveted 2020 Brandon Hall Group silver award for excellence in the Best Advance in Corporate Wellbeing Technology category.
Our mindset is our greatest asset - it fuels performance and drives motivation. It's the source of grit, hope, resilience and determination and helps protect against stress, adversity, and burnout. The highest levels of performance will only be possible with a powerful mindset.
It's time for a new outlook - start with the MindVue platform.
We utilize cutting-edge technology, metrics, and learning solutions to help individuals and teams in:
Proactively enhancing mental wellness and optimizing performance:
“The principles learned and implemented within the MindVue testing, personal instruction, and interactive platforms fosters a growth mindset while promoting resilience in faculty, staff, and students. In today's higher education climate, these foundational principles are the cornerstone to creating healthy cultures and assist college and university student success to create a better workforce for tomorrow.”
- Dr. Andreia Nebel, Vice President of Academic Affairs - Clarkson College
“As a professional football player in the NFL, I enjoyed using MindVue and gaining a greater assessment of where I stood and felt with my mental wellness. I felt it contributed to my success in becoming an NFL Draft pick.”
- Jacob Harris, Los Angeles Rams
“MindVue gives me a great tool to help my players grow and invest in them as people. Having a strong mindset is essential. Knowing how my players are thinking and feeling allows me the opportunity to start meaningful conversations with them.”
- Donnie Jones, Head Coach Men's Basketball - Stetson University
“Davidson and his colleagues have developed a state-of-the-art assessment tool called the MindVue Profile … this is a valuable tool for organizations to develop and unlock the potential within individuals.”
- Lt. Gen Bob Caslen (Ret) and Dr. Michael Matthews, The Character Edge: Leading and Winning with Integrity
“As an NBA coach & executive for over 30 years and a college coach for 15 years I have always been on a journey to improve my players’ performance. NOT ONLY their physical or sport specific skill development, but also their mental skill development. MindVue allowed me to get a snapshot into their mindset to see exactly how the player is thinking and feeling, as well as the resources to use the data collected to maximize their personal growth and build a powerful mindset moving forward. I’m sold – now it’s your turn!”
- Brendan Suhr, Former NBA Coach and Founder – Coaching U
“Mental wellness is something we all need to improve our lives and our performance in the workplace. As a leader in healthcare, I highly recommend the MindVue platform to gain insight on your employees, help strengthen their mindset, and foster resiliency. Personally, this snapshot gave me awareness of my own mindset and helped me focus on the skills I needed to improve and ultimately it made me a better leader.”
- Debbie Newton, Nursing Dept. Director Children’s Mercy Hospital – Kansas City
“Dr. Brian Davidson and [MindVue] allowed our players to discover and develop the characteristics within themselves that drive individual excellence. There are small differences between winning and losing in our conference and throughout college basketball. Understanding our individual, as well as our team’s collective [MindVue] Profile, will help guide our continued growth and give us the advantage to make a big difference both on and off the court for our student-athletes.”
- Coach Sean Dooley - Head Coach, Baker University Men’s Basketball
What makes us happy? It is a question nearly all of us seek to discover and hope to attain. Conventional wisdom and many motivational quotes remind us that our mindset often plays a role in impacting our happiness. But is this true? Might our mindset influence our happiness, and if so, what aspects of our mindset are most related to our well-being?