Andrew Agatston, the CEO and General Counsel of the Children's Advocacy Centers of Georgia will facilitate a 2-day workshop, Developing and Implementing an Outward Mindset, a course created by the Arbinger Institute, www.arbinger.comArbinger is recognized as a world leader in improving organizational culture and conflict resolution. Arbinger's clients range from individuals who are seeking help in their lives, to many of the largest companies and governmental institutions in the world including Microsoft, HP, the National Football League, FedEx, Boeing, IBM, USA Today, Motorola, numerous colleges and universities, US government agencies and departments, and many more.Mr. Agatston is an Arbinger-licensed facilitator of the course and has presented the workshop as a part of a Leadership Training to all 46 of the Executive Directors of CACs Georgia to an enormously positive response. In this workshop we will explore in detail how it is that we can end up in an inward mindset, the implications of that in our work and the impact on others. We will also leverage a framework that will guide us to work in an outward mindset.Organizations populated by people who have more or less the same mindset as they've always had will continue to produce more or less the same results as they've always produced. Attempts to improve behavior alone can produce marginal improvements, but breakthrough results require a change in mindset. This workshop will introduce participants to help themselves and then individuals, teams, and organizations to change from inward mindset orientations to outward mindset orientations.When acting from an inward mindset people focus on themselves and their own objectives. They want others to behave in ways that will further those objectives. They focus on what they themselves do and measure their success by what they themselves accomplish.When acting from an outward mindset on the other hand, people work to help others be successful for example: their clients, their coworkers, their managers, and their direct reports. They focus on their impact on what others are trying to do and measure their success in terms of what others are able to accomplish as a result of their efforts.Registration for this program is limited to employees who work in Children's Advocacy Centers in the U.S., or are employees of state CAC chapters.REGISTRATION: $49.00 per personWith your registration, attendees will receive one course workbook plus two books titled Leadership and Self-Deception; and the Anatomy of Peace written by the Arbinger Institute. Registrants are responsible for their travel and meal expenses. Registrants should not confirm travel arrangements until they receive a confirmation letter from SRCAC. To register, complete the online registration before the deadline, December 2, 2016. Questions: contact Darlene Woodard, 256.327.3753 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgHOTEL INFORMATIONEmbassy Suites Hotel800 Monroe StreetHuntsville, AL 35801Click here to make your room reservationRoom Block: NCAC Arbinger TrainingRoom Rate: $89.00+ taxOvernight Parking Rate: $6.72 plus taxDeadline: November 14, 2016This event may be terminated if the federal funding is terminated or, if any of the proposed activities are not approved by the Department of Justice.
Thursday, December 15, 2016 - Friday, December 16, 2016 9:00 AM - 4:30 PMCentral Time
National Children's Advocacy Center210 Pratt AvenueHuntsville, Alabama 35801USA2563273753
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