Stephen R. Covey, Author, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
A profound approach
Arbinger’s approach is built on the key insight that most problems we face organizationally or individually are nearly always symptoms of a deeper problem, known as self deception.
Self Deception is little understood, yet reduces the effectiveness of every individual, leader and employee. Whether your organization is very successful or in major need of a turn around, or you as an individual are trying to make personal changes, self deception will be reducing the effectiveness of your ability to get the results you want.
Deeper insight into effectiveness
We all know there is something deeper than just the words and actions we use and we know that this deeper something matters a lot. Managers, co-workers, employees, parents, children, sales people, and clients-we all know this.
Some call it motivation, others call it attitude. For some it is presence, for others, authenticity. And everyone knows that when this deeper thing, whatever it is, is off in some way—when one’s attitude is poor, for example, or when one is not being authentic with others-this deep deficiency undercuts the effectiveness of everything that we do as an individual, team or organization.
A new, groundbreaking framework for uncovering & solving problems
However, understanding this deeper something has been elusive and hard to pin down. Arbinger has developed a language and framework that illuminates this deeper way of being and offers a process for harnessing and cultivating this within every person, leading to astonishing results… at work, at home and in conflicts.
A researched and tested solution
This framework was first developed in the 1970s and Arbinger has developed and refined it over the past 30-40 years, working with thousands of organizations and individuals from all over the world.
- Approach to organizational transformation
- Approach to conflict transformation
- Approach to personal transformation