It's Not You... Well, Actually It Is You: The Art of Helping People Change


Managing Partner and Author, The Arbinger Institute
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, Dec 17, 2019 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Is allegiance to the status quo paralyzing your organization? Are you tired of settling for compliance? Do you crave committed and needed change? This session will illuminate the hidden human drivers of resistance and how to neutralize them in order to mobilize people. 

In this session, attendees will learn about proven, practical tools to influence change in individuals and across organizations. Participants will come to fully understand that to effectively influence others to change we must let ourselves be changed…and that one of the best ways to change ourselves is to truly focus on others’ needs, challenges, and objectives. By the end of this session, participants will have been introduced to tools that will help them change their own perspectives and then invite others to change in ways that reduce resistance and inspire commitment rather than compliance.

In this session you will:
  • Learn how mindset underlies, drives, and sustains behavior change
  • Learn the difference between an inward mindset and an outward mindset, and their impact
  • Gain awareness about self-deception and how it shows up at work
  • Learn about tools to obtain and implement an outward mindset personally and in organizations

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About Mitch Warner

Mitch Warner is a bestselling author and Arbinger managing partner with a background in healthcare and organizational turnaround. He joined Arbinger from Plum Healthcare, where he was an administrator and heavily involved in operationalizing Arbinger’s work into the fabric of Plum’s culture.

Mitch is the co-author of Arbinger’s latest bestseller, The Outward Mindset. He writes frequently on the practical effects of mindset at the individual and organizational levels as well as the role of leadership in transforming organizational culture and results. He is an expert on mindset and culture change, leadership, strategy, performance management, organizational turnaround, and conflict resolution.  Mitch spends much of his free time painting. His work hangs in organizations nationwide.

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