Developing and Implementing an Outward Mindset.
Shifting from an Inward Mindset to an Outward Mindset.
What Drives Behavior & Self-deception?
The Arbinger Institute has identified two distinct mindsets from which people and organizations operate from: a self-focused inward mindset and an others-inclusive outward mindset.
The Outward Minded approach is the path to sustainably changing mindset and maintaining results.
Arbinger’s work explores the possibility that we humans are in a large part self-deceived: self-deceived about what kind of beings we are and why we act as we do, and the quality of living that could become available to us if we can bring our self-deceptions to an end.
2-day DIOM Workshop
Four tools to overcome a self-focused inward mindset and more consistently work with an others-inclusive outward mindset.
Two tools to implement and sustain an outward mindset.
Three accountability tools to help individuals clarify their roles and hold themselves accountable for their impact on others.
Eight collaboration tools to help individuals and teams plan, work, and resolve differences more collaboratively and effectively
During this deep-dive session, participants learn the difference between inward and outward mindsets.
They discover where they have been inward and how to turn more outward.
They learn how to turn their mindsets and behaviors outward by applying the four types of tool sets.