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The Outward Mindset
Joining the lineup of Arbinger’s other bestsellers, Leadership and Self-Deception and the Anatomy of Peace, Arbinger’s newest book builds on Arbinger’s 35 years of work through by sharing the stories of individual leaders and client organizations. Through these examples, The Outward Mindset equips readers with practical frameworks and tools proven to help individuals and teams change mindset and dramatically improve results.
Leadership and Self-Deception
The NEW EXPANDED EDITION includes new chapter on how others have used the book in their organizations.
Through a story everyone can relate to about a man facing challenges on the job and in his family, the authors expose the fascinating ways that we can blind ourselves to our true motivations and unwittingly sabotage the effectiveness of our own efforts to achieve success and increase happiness.
This new edition has been revised throughout to make the story even more compelling. And drawing on the extensive correspondence the authors have received over the years, they have added a section that outlines the many ways that readers have been using Leadership and Self-Deception to improve their lives and workplaces—areas such as team building, conflict resolution, and personal growth and development, to name a few.
Read this extraordinary book and discover what millions already have learned—how to consistently tap into an innate ability that dramatically improves both your results and your relationships.
“Touches” is perhaps too gentle a word to describe its influence. Self-deception actually determines one’s experience in every aspect of life. The extent to which it does that, and in particular the extent to which it is the central issue in leadership, is the subject of this book.
The Anatomy of Peace
What if in our conflicts with others there is something we want more than solutions? What if conflicts at home, conflicts at work, and conflicts in the world stem from the same root cause? And what if individually and collectively we systematically misunderstand that cause, and unwittingly perpetuate the very problems we think we are trying to solve? These are among the important questions explored in The Anatomy of Peace.
Through an intriguing story of parents who are struggling with their children and problems that have come to consume their lives, we learn from once bitter enemies the way to find peace whenever war is upon us. Yusuf al-Falah, an Arab, and Avi Rozen, a Jew, each lost their fathers at the hands of the other’s ethnic cousins. The Anatomy of Peace is a story of how they came together, how they help warring parents and children to come together, and how we too can find our way out of the struggles that weigh us down.
While Leadership and Self-Deception focuses on the workplace, The Anatomy of Peace explores the freeing and surprising implications of these ideas in all aspects of life. In addition, while Leadership and Self-Deception explored how to solve self-deception in oneself, The Anatomy of Peace goes beyond, and explores how to spread that solution among others.
Bonds That Makes Us Free
Life can be sweet. Our relationships with friends, spouses, colleagues, and family members can be wonderfully rewarding. They can also bring heartache, frustration, anxiety, and anger. We all know the difference between times when we feel open, generous, and at ease with people versus times when we are guarded, defensive, and on edge. Why do we get trapped in negative emotions when it’s clear that life is so much fuller and richer when we are free of them?
Bonds That Make Us Free is a ground-breaking book that suggests the remedy for our troubling emotions by addressing their root causes. You’ll learn how, in ways we scarcely suspect, we are responsible for feelings like anger, envy, and insecurity that we have blamed on others. (How many times have you said, “You’re making me mad!”)
Even though we fear to admit this, it is good news. If we produce these emotions, it falls within our power to stop them. But we have to understand our part in them far better than we do, and that is what this remarkable book teaches.
Because the key is seeing truthfully, the book itself is therapeutic. As you read and identify with the many true stories of people who have seen a transformation in their lives, you will find yourself reflecting with fresh honesty upon your relationships. This will bond you to others in love and respect and lift you out of the negative thoughts and feelings that have held you captive. You will feel your heart changing even as you read.
“It would not be accurate to describe this book as supplying the truths upon which we must build our lives,” writes author C. Terry Warner. “Instead it shows how we can put ourselves in that receptive, honest, and discerning condition that will enable us, any of us, to find these truths on our own.”
Finding these truths is the key to healing our relationships and coming to ourselves, and Bonds That Make Us Free starts us on that great journey.
In groundbreaking work, Dr. Warner and his team of scholars have revealed an explanation to the little known problem called “Self-Deception”. This little book outlines, in an accessible and thought-provoking way, the fallow of that discovery. Other publications will explore the myriad and profound individual and organizational implications of this work.
The Choice in Teaching and Education
The Choice in Teaching and Education applies Arbinger’s self-deception solution to efforts in education. Whether those efforts are at home, or in a classroom at an elementary school or university, the principles of responsiveness point the way to improved (and more rewarding) teaching and learning.
Many people assume that great teachers are born rather than made and that efforts to improve teaching have marginal impact at best. If this often seems to be the case, it is because teacher improvement efforts are nearly universally focused on the wrong thing – they are focused on improving teaching. The Choice in Teaching and Education shows, among other things, that teaching improves the most when we focus on something other than teaching. That focus (and the principles that govern it) is the subject of this book.
Because of the compelling character and practical power of the material in The Choice in Teaching and Education, Arbinger utilizes this book as part of its curriculum for Arbinger’s training programs for teachers and educators. More information on those programs is available from Arbinger.
The Choice in Teaching and Education is spiral bound for ease of use in a training environment.
Angels Among Us
Angels Among Us tells the true and inspiring story of a woman who was abandoned by her family and raised in an orphanage. Her story is at once tragic and uplifting. From the story, the book develops principles that govern any effort to work with those who are in need. One of the book’s surprising implications is that all of us – whether rich or poor, educated and uneducated, well or sick – are equally needy. The nature of that need and the path of fulfillment are identical for each of us.
Angels Among Us is a stand-alone book that can be read with or without any prior knowledge of Arbinger’s material. Arbinger also uses it as a training manual in its programs for organizations that work with those who are in need – such as orphanages, care centers, churches, and other organizations that try to offer help to people. The book is spiral bound for ease of use as a manual in the seminar setting.
The Seven Paths
Discover the Healing Power of the Wilderness
People have moved away from Mother Earth, bringing heartache, pain, and other maladies of the modern age. The “self-help” movement claims to offer peace and fulfillment to individuals, but this solitary approach takes us only so far. Ultimately, it is in communion with our fellow beings and the natural world, that we are made whole. We need to leave the path of Me and follow the path of We.
This poetic, evocative story presents the meditations of an ancient Anasazi tribesman who rejects his family and sets off on a journey through the desert. He walks seven paths, each teaching a lesson symbolized by an element of the natural world: light, wind, water, stone, plants, animals, and, finally, the unity of all beings with the Creator. The Seven Paths reveals a source of wisdom, restoration, and renewal familiar to native people but lost to the rest of us, seven elements among nature that combine to mend human hearts.
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