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March 4, 2014

Are you listening? Really?

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Senthiyl S S G, Managing Director, Arbinger Southeast Asia The Arbinger Institute   Do you ever find it difficult to listen to others without imposing your own agenda? It seems that most of us struggle to listen to others without trying to change the other person’s views to align with our own. Can this kind… Read More

February 12, 2014

Little Changes Can Lead a Team to Greater Results

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Ori Rotkovitch, Arbinger Israel Sometimes, it only takes a small effort to achieve a major improvement that will lead a team to greater results. Many managers tend to believe that achieving better results requires an investment of more resources—adding people, equipment, or technology for example. While in some cases additional resources are indeed required, in… Read More

January 29, 2014

Leadership, Discipline, and Garnering Respect

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Amy Sadeghzadeh, Director – Military, Government & Intelligence Agencies Practice, The Arbinger Institute, USNA Class of 2002 LTC Wendell Stevens, USA (Ret.),USMA Class of 1989 “Schofield’s Definition of Discipline” is one of the most revered and well-known statements on military leadership. Taught for decades at both the United States Military Academy (USMA) and United States… Read More

January 20, 2014

Overcoming the Root of Racism

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(On the Birthday of Martin Luther King) C. Terry Warner, Founder The Arbinger Institute Excerpt from a presentation to Arbinger facilitators, August 28, 2013 When a person resists the humanity of others—when a person is in the box and accusing others—that person has to find objective evidence that he or she is right in resisting.… Read More

January 8, 2014

Thinking of Others May Help with Resolutions

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Nancy Smyth, Director of Individual and Group Coaching The Arbinger Institute Perhaps there is a better way to make New Year’s resolutions. Each year, people think about making resolutions in order to improve themselves. Perhaps you have already formed yours. Usually resolutions arise from thinking about what we want or need, which is like strategizing and planning… Read More

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