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The Arbinger Institute

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The Arbinger Institute is a worldwide training, consulting, and coaching organization whose programs and methodologies are based on forty-five years of research in the psychology of human behavior and motivation and more than thirty-five years of experience working with organizations worldwide. vis mere Headquartered in the United States, Arbinger has operations around the world, including throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Oceania, and Asia. vis mindre

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I read this as an ebook from the library. Very thought provoking and insightful! I am ordering a hard copy for myself to read again and to refer back to. Highly recommend.
 
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Gadfly82 | 16 andre anmeldelser | Feb 16, 2024 |
This builds on the core ideas found in Leadership and Self-Deception and to The Anatomy of Peace. Uses a lot of short stories and case studies to illustrate the inward vs outward mindset. More of a conceptual than how-to book. You'll learn:
• The difference between inward and outward mindsets, and why/how they affect your relationships;
• The 3 steps to make a mind shift at a personal, team/organizational level; and
• Additional insights from various real-life case studies to understand how a single mindset shift can create lasting change.

Book summary at: https://readingraphics.com/book-summary-the-outward-mindset/
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AngelaLamHF | 2 andre anmeldelser | Mar 30, 2023 |
This is a book about resolving conflicts and finding peace in your relationships at home, your place of work or even in conflicts between nations. .
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I was a bit doubtful about picking up a book written by an institute and when I read what it promises to do it seemed even more sketchy but I picked it up anyways. I read a few pages and had to stop because of some academic engagement and got back to it recently.
This book is a bit different as it uses fictional characters to present its subject. The book talks about a rehabilitation camp for young people, called “Camp Moriah”(named after the famous Mt Moriah). It’s run by Yusuf-al-Salah and Avi Rozen, an unlikely duo of a Muslim from Jordan and a devout Jewish man from Israel whose fathers were killed in conflicts of their own community with the other’s. A bunch of parents and their children arrive at the camp and the parents are asked to stay for two days for an orientation. The message of the book is put forward during this period.
The book talks about how people can carry out their actions with either a heart at peace or a heart at war. The book teaches us to view others are people like us and not as objects in the face of conflict. It talks about how we can change our way of being and help our heart be at peace and be the catalyst for a change in a conflict or a person instead of invoking the behaviour or issue that we are trying to end in the first place. The book even used examples by giving us stories of each of these parents, especially Lou Herbert, an ex military man whose sun has a serious substance abuse problem.
We are taught using certain diagrams and these examples to help make things go right in a situation where a conflict arises rather than correcting someone or blaming them for causing us discomfort.
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Overall, I liked the book. It was a bit boring in between but it has a really good message. I have given it 3.5 stars on Goodreads. I would say it’s a really good read and definitely pick it up.
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GouriReads | 16 andre anmeldelser | Mar 21, 2023 |
Según sus autores, las personas sometidas al autoengaño viven y trabajan como si se encontraran encerradas en una caja. Ciegas a la realidad circundante, van minando tanto su propio trabajo como el de los demás. Pero el problema es que, como están encerrados en la caja, no se dan cuenta de ello y, por tanto, no hacen nada por cambiar. Y así, sus resultados tampoco varían.

Tal como se expone en esta obra, se trata de un fenómeno bastante frecuente en el mundo empresarial. La mayor parte de gente pasa mucho tiempo ahí encerrada, y es la multiplicación de cajas la raíz de muchos de los problemas que impiden un mejor rendimiento laboral, afectando a aspectos como el liderazgo, el trabajo en equipo, la comunicación, la responsabilidad, la confianza, el compromiso y la motivación.

Pero no todo son malas noticias: existe una solución frente al autoengaño y las costosas consecuencias que se derivan de él. A través de una historia entretenida y muy instructiva, La Caja explica qué es el autoengaño, cómo cae en él la gente, de qué manera destruye el rendimiento organizativo y, lo más importante, cuál es la sorprendente manera de acabar con él.
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