Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness

Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness

Highly Effective Leadership Dr. Michael Perusich Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal

that is worthwhile Vince Lombardi habits represent our personal effectiveness

centered on principled characteristics to help us achieve leadership GREATNESS Steven Covey habits remap the mind

paradigms that drive our thought process eventually turn into simple basic rules to live by habits remap the mind

our character is a collection of habits habits have a powerful role in our lives tooth brush habits remap the mind

Knowledge allows us to know what to do habits remap the mind

Skills the ability to know how to do it habits remap the mind Desire

the motivation to do it how habits are made It takes a paradigm shift to make a habit Cell Phones

paradigm shift a pattern, model, representation its a mental image based on what we believe bring our background and experience paradigm shift

our perception of reality is projected out of our own experience see the world through our perception Apollo 13 paradigm shift

Everything that we see is a shadow cast by that which we do not see Martin Luther King Jr paradigm shift its a map projected by your mind

not an accurate map behaviour, attitude, experience determine how you interpret the map Soccer to Basketball mind moves through stages Behavior

Attitude Experience Come from our stages of development mind moves through stages

Dependence: The paradigm under which we are born, relying upon others to take care of us mind moves through stages Dependence: The paradigm under which we are born, relying upon others to take care of us Independence: The paradigm under which we can

make our own decisions and take care of ourselves mind moves through stages Dependence: we are born, relying upon others to take care of us

Independence: we can make our own decisions and take care of ourselves Interdependence: we co-operate to achieve something that cannot be achieved independently paradigm shift

Paradigm shifts cause us to think differently Habits are created out of a paradigm shift Interdependence drives the shift All the significant breakthroughs in the world are done by thinking differently Apple Computer

When you think ahead it just becomes obvious Steve Jobs

PROACTIVE be proactive It is about taking responsibility for your life Proactive people are "response-able" don't blame circumstances or conditions choose their behaviour

Reactive people are affected by their environment find external sources to blame for their behaviour be proactive Becoming proactive ability to subordinate an impulse/response to a value

How/when we respond to external forces/stimuli between stimulus and response is our greatest power the freedom to choose your response Make it a great day we can choose our attitude!

Begin with the end in mind Dr. Steven Covey If you dont know where

begin with the end in mind youre going You might end up somewhere else

Leadership requires a plan begin with the end in mind this habit based on imagination ability to envision in your mind what you cannot at present see with your eyes

the principle that all things are created twice mental (1st) creation physical (2nd) creation like a blueprint for construction begin with the end in mind

begin with the End in Mind start each day, task, or project with a clear vision and desired direction and destination being proactive helps make things happen begin with the end in mind connecting with your own uniqueness

helps define the personal, moral, and ethical guidelines within which you can most happily express and fulfil yourself the art of our direction Whats your personal mission statement? begin with the end in mind

Personal Mission Statement focus on what you want to be / do Its your plan for success reaffirms who you are puts goals into focus moves your ideas into real world

Leaders live by mission statements live with integrity to make a difference in the lives of others to give back with charity, sacrifice, inspiration, impact priority roles

Christian, husband, father, son, healer, scholar, friend Actions express priorities Mahatma Gandhi

priorities putting first things first your purpose, values, roles, and priorities define first things those things you find of most worth helps you organize and managing time and events

priorities divide time into 4 quadrants creates efficiency time management

priorities Quad 1 the Procrastinator put everything off constant crisis

eventually leads to burnout priorities Quad 2 the Prioritizer

planning and goal setting exercise and relaxation deals with urgent first priorities Quad 3 the Yes-Man short term focus

allows interruptions lose sight of long-term objective priorities Quad 4 the SLACKER endless non-productive phone calls surfs the internet - computer games

expect everyone else to carry them George living a balanced Quad 2 Vision Perspective Balance

Discipline Control Fewer crises Function on a higher level Ability to adapt

When two or more people come together for a common purpose to add value to one anotheryou always create win win John Maxwell

create win-win code for collaboration not about being nice or a quick-fix technique based on the paradigm where agreements/solutions are mutually beneficial

plenty for everyone create win-win we base self-worth on comparison and competition we think about succeeding when someone else fails

life becomes a zero-sum game create win-win a frame of mind seeking life as a cooperative arena

not a competitive create win-win 3 vital characteristics are involved to create cooperation

create win-win Integrity sticking to your feelings, values, commitment create win-win Integrity sticking to your feelings, values, commitment

Maturity express your ideas and feelings with courage and consideration for the ideas and feelings of others create win-win Integrity

sticking to your feelings, values, commitment Maturity express your ideas and feelings with courage and consideration for the ideas and feelings of others Abundance Mentality

believing there is plenty for everyone create win-win achieving balance between all 3 is the essence of win-win hotel

Simon Sinek Listening is not understanding the words of the questionlistening is understand why the question was asked

effective listening The communication process

try to be understood to get our point across we pretend to listen selectively hear certain parts focus only on the words being said miss the meaning entirely

effective listening our intent is to reply not understand we listen to ourselves as we prepare in the mind what we are going to say or ask we filter everything we hear through experience as our frame of reference

effective listening This happens because we dont listen with empathy! jerry springer effective listening

Empathetic listening gives you powerful information focused on receiving info without injecting your own thought, feelings, motives empathy allows you to focus and cause influence to problem solve

effective listening Stephen R. Covey Synergy does not mean giving up what we want. It means

joining to co-create so each is able to receive more of what we want Barbara Marx Hubbard Author

synergize the principle of creative cooperation open-mindedness finding new solutions to old problems synergize doesn't just happen on its own

requires trust bring personal experience / expertise comingle it with the TEAM synergize unifies the greatest powers within people

gaining more insight creates mutual learning momentum to more insight and more learning Plants comingle their roots when planted closely synergize

T.E.A.M. together everyone achieves more produce better results than as individuals Apple Think-Tanks synergize

Valuing differences is what drives synergy Differences are strengths, not weaknesses the sum is always more efficient than the parts Football team Investing in

yourself is the best thing you can do! Warren Buffet invest in you preserving and enhancing the greatest asset

YOU! balanced program of self-renewal in 4 areas physical ~ social/emotional ~ mental ~ spiritual invest in you Physical beneficial eating, exercising, resting

Social/Emotional making social / meaningful connections invest in you Mental learning, reading, writing, teaching

Spiritual expand spiritual self through meditation, music, art, nature, prayer, service invest in you renewal in each of the 4 areas

physical social/emotional mental spiritual create growth and change in life fresh for each day

allow the saw to go dull the body becomes weak the mind mechanical the emotions raw the spirit insensitive the person selfish

Retired on the job Mow a little grasssip a little tea leadership happens because it becomes habit

We can not start over, but we can start now and create a new ending

Zig Ziglar Highly Effective Leadership Dr. Michael Perusich

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