The outward mindset is about altering perspectives to build a more unified business vision. Employees focus on the objectives and results of the organization as a whole, rather than their own personal goals. It inspires employees to be more responsible, considerate, and helpful towards others, and cultivates a culture of collaboration, mutual respect and shared objectives.
The course is an immersive 1 or 2 day program, developed alongside global thought leaders in management practice from the Arbinger institute. The program has been tailored to executive and management level professionals tasked with increasing organizational efficiency, improving corporate culture or developing talent. The course is a highly interactive experience. involving a variety of teaching methods including videos, individual and group exercises, self reflection, one to one sharing exercises, and practical application of the tools and frameworks discussed in real world cases.
A Completely New Organizational Mindset – An outward mindset effectively alters the lens through which employees view work, their relationships, and the world. It helps them to form more positive attitudes and behaviors, both personally and professionally.
Enhanced Corporate Culture – Incorporating more positive social values – such as respect for others, self-awareness and accountability – contributes to a more open corporate culture, which drives revenues and reduces costs.
Improved Collaboration – Stronger and richer relationships between employees and departments improves cross-functional interactions, reduces conflict, and drives team productivity towards successful outcomes.
Looking to inspire organizational change and drive a more harmonious corporate culture to recognize cost efficiencies, enhance profitability, and improve leadership competencies.
Wishing to improve their team's effectiveness, employee satisfaction, and collaboration capabilities to increase performance and drive successful business outcomes.
The course is for anyone looking to shift their mindset, to realize the personal and professional benefits of a more open and outward consideration of the world.