This workshop prompts a shift to an outward mindset and equips participants with tools to build self-awareness, accountability, and collaboration.
In this workshop, participants learn the difference between an inward mindset (a myopic focus on personal objectives) and an outward mindset (taking into account one's impact on others). They begin to discover the extent to which they have been working from an inward mindset and understand the implications of this mindset on their work and those around them. Understanding of the negative effects of an inward mindset awakens in participants a desire to adopt an outward mindset approach in their work.
This interactive workshop allows participants to thoroughly explore and internalize key concepts in discussions led by an Arbinger-certified facilitator. The course is punctuated by videos, individual and group exercises, one-on-one sharing, and application of the tools to on-the-job situations facing the participants.
Participants will learn to:
- Regularly assess the impact of their mindset and behaviors
- Work in collaborative, fulfilling, and effective way,
- Assess their performance and hold themselves accountable for their impact
- Positively influence others to change
- Leverage tools to tackle individual and team challenges and resolve conflicts
Scott Schultz is a speaker, coach, and facilitator whose purpose is helping teams and organizations unlock the inspiration, possibility, and leadership potential necessary to achieve breakthrough results.
Scott has more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience, primarily in the retail and restaurant industries. His professional background also includes training and development roles with Fortune 500 companies as well as operations director roles for restaurant franchisees. These experiences enable Scott to understand many of the challenges leaders face today.
Scott is a certified leadership coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and is an active member of the International Coach Federation. He regularly coaches corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and emerging leaders to help them develop the awareness and influence needed to do their best work. His use of curiosity, connection, and deep listening elicit the very best in his clients.
Scott works closely with the Baltimore chapter of Back On My Feet, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to combat homelessness through the power of running. He also serves as a coach for Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management’s Leadership Essentials program for young professionals living and working in the Baltimore area.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys creating meaningful life experiences for his teenage children, adventures with his wife and Scottish Terrier, and exploring mindfulness through running and reading.