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Arbinger today is the result of people who have acted on their passion for making a difference and helping others.

Careers at Arbinger

Arbinger rarely publishes open positions with our new employees usually first developing their Arbinger expertise by attending multiple Arbinger programs (particularly facilitator or coach training) and then being actively involved in bringing Arbinger principles to their organization, industry and community.

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Partner with Arbinger

If you have the expertise, vision and industry connections to bring Arbinger to your industry, please contact us to begin discussing how we can make a difference together.

 

More ways to get involved

  • Introduce Arbinger to your Organization
  • Sponsor a Seminar
  • Host a Seminar near you
  • Participate in the online community forums here.

 

Introduce Arbinger to your organization

There are two possible pathways to introducing Arbinger to your organization.

1. Give your manager a copy of Leadership & Self Deception

We have found that the best foundation for introducing Arbinger to an organization is when a manager has read Leadership and Self Deception.

2. Attend Facilitator Training

Additionally, if you wish to teach Arbinger’s material to members of your organization – you could become an Arbinger Internal Facilitator for your organization.

Sponsor a Seminar

An individual or organization can sponsor an Arbinger Seminar in a number of ways:

Option 1: Single Sponsor

Sponsor pays the Seminar’s base cost (or a part thereof) in exchange for:

  • Grateful mention
  • Free seats at the event for their employees / members
  • Gift of Arbinger publications,
  • Vouchers/Discounts on a future corporate engagements with Arbinger
  • and so forth

or any combination of the above.

Option 2: Group of sponsors

A group of sponsors contribute (either a set amount or a freely chosen amount) in exchange for:

  • Grateful mention
  • Free seats at the event for their employees / members
  • Gift of Arbinger publications

The number of reserved seat(s) can be contingent on a level of donation.

Option 3: Sponsor Public Event

Organizations that hold large, public seminars (community development, family services, city cultural programs) can sponsor a public event in exchange for a keynote, or may make a “Pay As You Wish” event available as a public service, in exchange for Arbinger providing a discounted fee for a private training or an in-house event.

Host a Seminar in your area

Are you interested in hosting or helping organize an Arbinger Seminar in your area?

Five Steps to Hosting a Seminar

  1. Contact Arbinger: decide on the type of seminar you would like to host and set a date.
  2. Find a location: book a facility that meets the seminar’s requirements.
  3. Invite people: distribute information and promote the seminar in your area.
  4. Coordinate: counsel with Arbinger regularly as you meet the commitments specific to the seminar experience you have chosen to host.
  5. Attend the seminar: be present on the day(s) of the seminar to assist with set-up, welcoming participants, and ensuring a comfortable learning environment.

Requirements

Hosting a seminar is not a commitment to be underestimated. It requires a substantial amount of time, work and dedication. Arbinger requires that a guaranteed amount of participants are present to ensure facilitation, travel and venue costs are covered. Alternatively, a sponsoring partner can be sought to cover base costs.

Your benefits as a host

  • Complimentary copies of each of our best-selling publications.
  • Free attendance for you and up to 2 additional people at the seminar.

Support

Arbinger will support you however it can, however in the end the success of the event is the responsibility of the host.