Date: Sep 21, 2021

Join us for an exclusive two-day, in-person, facilitated Arbinger Institute training on Oct. 12-13 at HMC Farms in Kingsburg, California, led by Western Growers SVP of Human Resources Karen Timmins, MAM, SHRM,-SCP, SPHR.

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What You’ll Learn:

Arbinger’s work reveals two distinct mindsets from which people and organizations operate—a self-focused inward mindset and an others-inclusive outward mindset. Arbinger has a 40-year record of successfully helping organizational change efforts by equipping people to shift to an outward mindset. Studies show that organizations that focus on this kind of mindset change are four times more likely to succeed in organizational-change efforts than companies that focus only on changing behavior.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the two mindsets and their implications on results
  • Assess the extent to which you are working with an inward mindset
  • Change your mindsets to become more outward
  • Re-conceive your jobs to make them more outward
  • Hold yourself more fully accountable
  • Report on performance in a way that keeps you working outward
  • Work in a way that is more collaborative, fulfilling, and effective
  • Positively influence others to change
  • Address and resolve conflicts

Event Details:

Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

HMC Farms

13138 S. Bethel Ave. Kingsburg, CA 93631

Snacks and lunch will be provided by WG Women and HMC Farms each day. If required, accommodations for the evening of Oct. 12 will be provided at a nearby hotel.

This event is only available to members of Western Growers who are participants of the WG Women Program and is completely FREE. Please note that you MUST be a participant of the WG Women Program to register for this event. To apply for the program, fill out the application here. For questions, contact Ann Donahue at (949) 302-7600.

About the WG Women Program:

Western Growers (WG) believes that women are essential to the future of agriculture, which is why we have developed WG Women, a program that prepares women for positions of leadership within WG member companies and the broader fresh produce industry.

Click here to learn more about WG Women

WG Staff Contact

Ann Donahue
Media Relations Manager

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