Helping Others to Change by Changing Mindsets


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Managing Partner, The Arbinger Institute
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    Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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Wanting others to change their behavior is only natural, especially when that behavior is negatively impacting the results of our organization and the team. However, a singular focus on changing behavior will bring disappointing results, because it fails to address what is driving behavior, mindset.

During this presentation, we will look at how the behaviors we engage in and the results that are possible are a direct function of our prevailing mindset. We will begin by exploring two fundamentally different and crucial mindsets at work, the inward, and the outward mindset. The inward mindset is the most natural and is a focus on self. This mindset poisons collaboration and sabotages results because in this mindset we are blind to the problems we create and our effect on others.

On the other hand, we will help participants learn how to change to an outward mindset. The outward mindset is a focus on the whole and helps people become aware of their impact on the organization and on each other. The outward mindset accelerates results and improves behaviors naturally. During the presentation, we will leverage powerful logical frameworks and maps to help participants gain traction with their new mindset immediately.

During the presentation, we will look at case studies, diagrams, and draw on over 30 years of experience from the Arbinger Institute in order to help participants change their mindset and transform their results.

About Jim Ferrell

Jim Ferrell is a Managing Partner of The Arbinger Institute. He is a renowned thought leader on mindset and organizational change has authored or co-authored multiple bestselling books, including Arbinger’s international bestsellers, Leadership and Self-Deception, The Anatomy of Peace, and The Outward Mindset. His publications have sold many millions of copies and have been translated into more than thirty languages. Jim directs the development of Arbinger's training and consulting programs and the development and customization of its intellectual property. He has provided training and consulting internationally to leaders and organizations across a broad range of industries. Jim has degrees in economics and philosophy and is a graduate of Yale Law School, where he serves on the Yale Law School Executive Committee. 


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