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Published on April 16, 2008

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Welcome:  Welcome Self Leadership: Achieving Your Highest Priorities Presentation by Lynn Joseph, Ph.D. SVP, Career & Life Transition Programs To PMI Los Padres March 23, 2006 Goals:  Goals Set your priorities based on values, mission, vision Discover new tools to achieve goals Give yourself the mental edge Network to achieve through others Who is Parachute?:  Who is Parachute? Founded in 2001 at the suggestion of Richard N. Bolles, author of “What Color Is Your Parachute?” Mission: Help people manage transition in career and life What the Experts Say About Work Today :  What the Experts Say About Work Today Just-in-time companies are instantly fulfilling short-term needs Large companies are reorganizing and selling off components of their businesses Workers don’t have to be onsite to do the work The pace of change has increased Growth in business is coming from small business Project/Process Management:  Project/Process Management The application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements Self Leadership:  Self Leadership Lead = to guide in direction, course, action, opinion; to go before or with to show the way (Webster’s Dictionary) Self Leadership = to guide yourself in direction, course, action, opinion Self Leadership:  Self Leadership Life is a series of projects that you plan, execute, monitor and control. We are always in transition. Establish Your Priorities:  Establish Your Priorities Develop a mission and vision Developing Your Vision:  Developing Your Vision If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up someplace else. ---Yogi Bera Mission Statement :  Mission Statement Includes both purpose and function Draws from what you value Focuses on your purpose and planned actions Why you or your business exist Covers both your work and personal life Is clear, engaging, and exciting to you Mission Statement :  Mission Statement Personal Values Your values guide goal-setting and mission. When your actions are out of alignment with your values, the result is stress. Values Self-Assessment:  Values Self-Assessment 1. Look over the word list in your handout. 2. Underline twenty words that describe what’s important to you at this moment. 3. Then circle ten words from the underlined list that are really important. 4. From your circled words, put a star next to the five you value now. 5. Finally, choose the single most important value—your core value. Mission Statement:  Mission Statement List one or two people you admire. Write three or four qualities you admire about them. Share them with a table partner. Mission Statement:  Mission Statement Questions to ask yourself  What are my talents?  What do I like to do?  What have I always been good at? Share with a seat partner. Developing Your Mission Statement:  Developing Your Mission Statement Using your handout as a guide: Select three action verbs Select a word that represents your core value Choose who or what this mission serves Now put it all together, using the format on your handout. Continue to refine your mission statement Developing Your Vision:  Developing Your Vision Dream big dreams! Imagine that you have no limitations, and then decide what’s right, before you decide what’s possible. ---Brian Tracy Developing Your Vision:  Developing Your Vision I create my own destiny! ---Tiger Woods Imagining Successful Future Self :  Imagining Successful Future Self · Increases effort and persistence Improves performance Vision Statement Guidelines:  Vision Statement Guidelines Stretch yourself and your dream Describe it in detail Make it compelling and motivational Vision Statement Test:  Vision Statement Test Does this represent the best within me? Do I feel good about what this represents? Do I feel purpose and challenge when I read this? Trigger Scenario for Living Your Ideal Job:  Trigger Scenario for Living Your Ideal Job It is March 2007. You are living the good life, working in a field where you are using your natural talents and strengths—making a difference for the community. You have an abundance of energy, are making a great living and are working with people you enjoy. You are constantly learning and growing and feel you are in the right place, with the right people, doing the right thing. You have never been happier. People are drawn to you for your creative ideas, your intelligence and great insight. A national magazine is seeking you out for an article on success. Vision Trigger Scenario for Starting a Business:  Vision Trigger Scenario for Starting a Business It is March 2011. Your company is receiving the highest award in its industry. A reporter is here from a major business magazine to interview you. The success of your company has created national attention and the reporter is here to find out how you accomplished so much. How did the company achieve such success? Vision Statement:  Vision Statement Write your own vision statement on your handout. Power Tools to Help You Get What You Want:  Power Tools to Help You Get What You Want Desire ·  Great achievements begin with it ·  Desire turns on your engine ·  All thoughts create Power Tools:  Power Tools Expectation ·    If you expect to fail, you WILL fail. ·   If you expect to succeed, your chances of success are greatly improved. ·   Expectation fuels empowerment. Power Tools:  Power Tools ·  Placebo effect = the positive results study participants get based solely on their beliefs and expectations. ·  Conclusion: If you believe you’re getting the real thing and expect to benefit, then the chances are you will. Power Tools:  Power Tools Imagination Positive imagery jumpstarts positive emotions, which stimulate positive thought. Positive thought, in turn, stimulates positive emotions. Emotional intelligence Who Moved My Cheese?:  Who Moved My Cheese? Spencer Johnson, M.D., Who Moved My Cheese? (1998), tells a story about change that takes place in a maze where four little characters search for “cheese.” An important lesson was: “Imagining myself enjoying new cheese even before I find it leads me to it.” Slide29:  How have you used visualization in your life? Lemon Imagery Exercise Study Results (2 months) Measuring Landing Time:  Study Results (2 months) Measuring Landing Time Study Results (4 months) Measuring Landing Time:  Study Results (4 months) Measuring Landing Time Study Results (cont.) :  Study Results (cont.) Study participants experienced greater sense of control over their career transitions. The study was published in the Consulting Psychology Journal. Endorsed by the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services. THE STUDY :  THE STUDY MIT protocol: Relaxation Emotional resolution Future Self Mental Rehearsal Inner Mentor Mental Image Technology (MIT):  Mental Image Technology (MIT) Gives you the mental edge! Mental Imagery Technology (MIT) :  Mental Imagery Technology (MIT) ·    A process that directs and focuses the imagination to create an experience. ·    Stimulates your: ü      Body ü      Mind ü      Emotions ü      Five Senses: sight, sound, smell, taste,touch Power of Positive Thinking:  Power of Positive Thinking Who uses these techniques? :  Who uses these techniques? Arnold Schwarzenegger – World-class bodybuilder, actor, and governor of California Michael Jordan – Record-breaking basketball player and successful business entrepreneur Jack Nicklaus – PGA champion Olympic medal winners and athletes such as Janet Evans, four time gold medal swimmer Who uses these techniques? :  Who uses these techniques? Jack Nicklaus – PGA champion Tony Robbins – Authority on the psychology of peak performance and personal, professional, and organizational turnaround Mark Victor-Hansen and Jack Canfield – Co-authors of the successful Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and motivational speakers Recognizing Future Possibilities:  Recognizing Future Possibilities Guided Exercise Bring your vision statement to life with mental image technology (MIT) SUCCESSFUL VISUALIZATION :  SUCCESSFUL VISUALIZATION Four steps: See it done. Go back to the past and line up events that would have made it so. See it done again. Go beyond to future self and life after achieving success. Hold the vision with desire, spirit, passion, feeling powerful, free, valuable and valued, loving and loved. Conclusion:  Conclusion When you have strong desire and expect to succeed, and when you use imagination to explore and experience the desired goal, success may come faster than you expected—and in more ways than you imagined. The Power of Networking:  The Power of Networking Shared information, advice, and knowledge of opportunities Networking Events:  Networking Events Thirty-second planned self- introduction Move from guest to host behavior Business cards Engage in small talk Be a good listener Slide44:  Expand your network to intersect with those of your targeted peers or customers. Networking Mapping Plan:  Networking Mapping Plan Week 1 Weeks 2-3 Weeks 4-7 Weeks 8-14 Thirty-Second Intro:  Thirty-Second Intro Your name, title and/or business A brief synopsis of your relevant needs and strengths What you can do for your networking contact A closing request or suggestion that you follow up for mutual benefit Slide47:  For What’s Next Thank You!:  Thank You! Lynn Joseph, Ph.D. (951) 780-7374

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