Outward Mindset: Driving Dramatic Results
“I was blind to the needs of the community and the needs of my team. I policed problems, not people”
– Chip Huth
How did the Kansas City Missouri Tactical Enforcement Squad go from being the most complained-about department with 2 to 3 complaints/month to a department with a 10-year record of zero complaints plus awards for recovering significantly more illegal guns, drugs, and money than in previous decades?
On May 30, Leader Lounge will feature Charles “Chip” Huth, a Senior Consultant with the Arbinger Institute and Major with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department. Chip will share how an outward mindset dramatically transformed policing in Kansas City, Missouri and saved him and his Street Crimes Unit Tactical Enforcement Squad from heading down a bad path, where a crash landing was inevitable.
Smart, Savvy + Associates is pleased to partner with the Arbinger Institute, authors of the books, The Outward Mindset, Leadership and Self Deception, and The Anatomy of Peace , to bring you this event. Using lessons from The Outward Mindset and Chip’s story, you’ll learn:
- How mindset changes behaviour and drives breakthrough results
- How seeing people as people (vs. the “doer of tasks”) builds relationships and cooperation
- How making things easier for people by focusing on what matters to them has a ripple effect
- How an inward mindset impedes success and results
Whether in police enforcement, public service, or private business, shifting to an outward mindset will increase results and dramatically improve relationships with stakeholders, customers, and staff.
- Admission to The Outward Mindset Leader Lounge
- Canapes and charcuterie from Railtown Catering plus local BC wines from Everything Wine
- Plus! You’ll receive your own copy of The Outward Mindset
About Arbinger Institute
The Arbinger Institute was founded in 1979 by Dr. C. Terry Warner, the scholar who solved the central problem at the heart of the human sciences: the problem of self-deception.
That work revealed two distinct mindsets from which people and organizations operate—a self-focused inward mindset and an others-inclusive outward mindset—and the path to sustainably changing mindset and results.
Today, Arbinger Institute help individuals, teams, and organizations move from the default self-focus of an inward mindset to the results-focus of an outward mindset. Through training, coaching, consulting, and a suite of implementation tools, we enable organizations and their people to achieve results that are only possible with an outward mindset.
The Arbinger Institute , Senior Consultant, and Major with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department