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January 5, 2021 43 min

Would you like to have more influence in your organization or in the world?

Alyssa, Nitya, and Kate talk about how an outward mindset enables individuals, teams, and organizations to be more effective. The discussion includes a description of the outward mindset and how to cultivate it, stories of outward mindsets in action, and a few words about why it can initially be hard to make the shift from an inward mindset. Includes tips on "managing up" effectively.

Listen in if you have ever wondered how to have more influence.

Find additional resources about The Outward Mindset includinging a Study Guide and printable versions of the diagrams at: https://arbingerinstitute.com/Landing/TheOutwardMindset.html.

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