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Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
Aalto EE Profile toolbox 3_2012
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You can use Toolbox materials at work or when giving a presentation, link them to your blog or forward the entire Toolbox to your colleagues. The background ideas are available in a variety of web …

You can use Toolbox materials at work or when giving a presentation, link them to your blog or forward the entire Toolbox to your colleagues. The background ideas are available in a variety of web sources.

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  • 1. How amI doing? (AM I DOING ALL RIGHT?) Text: Satu Rämö You can use Toolbox materials at work or when giving a presentation, link them to your blog or forward the entire Toolbox to your colleagues. The background ideas are available in a variety of web sources.
  • 2. How amI doing? (AM I DOING ALL RIGHT?) We lead through our relations with others. Before you can lead other people successfully, you must know yourself. Build your emotional capital, train your brain, and remember to laugh a little. Text: Satu Rämö You can use Toolbox materials at work or when giving a presentation, link them to your blog or forward the entire Toolbox to your colleagues. The background ideas are available in a variety of web sources.
  • 3. Becomean emotionalcapitalist.
  • 4. Become an emotional capitalist.Relationships represent a unique strategicresource and the primary source of emotionalcapital in an organisation.Martyn Newman,Ph.D, D.Psych, author of Emotional Capitalists – The New Leaders and theEmotional Capital Report, the world’s first scientifically designed tool formeasuring emotional intelligence and leadership
  • 5. Become an emotional capitalist.Relationships represent a unique strategicresource and the primary source of emotionalcapital in an organisation. Just like technical skills that are used to solve problems or create products, emotional and social skills have a structure and a set of behaviors that when combined can solve emotional and social problems.Martyn Newman,Ph.D, D.Psych, author of Emotional Capitalists – The New Leaders and theEmotional Capital Report, the world’s first scientifically designed tool formeasuring emotional intelligence and leadership
  • 6. Anyone canbecomean emotionalcapitalist.
  • 7. Anyone can become an emotional capitalist. Major breakthroughs in neuroscience have destroyed the myth that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks.Martyn Newman
  • 8. Anyone can become an emotional capitalist. Major breakthroughs in neuroscience have destroyed the myth that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks. Our brain has a plastic quality and it continues to adapt and change in response to continued practice. We can continue to develop new skills even as we age.Martyn Newman
  • 9. A leader’s single most important job is to inspire people with a vision of the future.
  • 10. A leader’s single most important job is to inspire people with a vision of the future. To achieve this, you need self- confidence, a belief in your ability to rise above the pressures of the external environment and the artificial limits the environment threatens to place on you.Martyn Newman
  • 11. A leader’s single most important job is to inspire people with a vision of the future. To achieve this, you need self- confidence, a belief in your ability to rise above the pressures of the external environment and the artificial limits the environment threatens to place on you. Making the decision to like and believe in yourself and your ability is the surest way to generate the emotional energy necessary for sustained success.Martyn Newman
  • 12. Laugh. It inspiresproductivity.
  • 13. Laugh. It inspires productivity. 75 percent of our job success is predicted optimism not by intelligence, but by . You can train your brain to be happier.Shawn Achor,CEO of Good Think Inc.
  • 14. Laugh. It inspires productivity. 75 percent of our job success is predicted not by intelligence, but by optimism . You can train your brain to be happier.Shawn Achor,CEO of Good Think Inc.ted.com/talks/shawn_achor_the_happy_secret_to_better_work.html
  • 15. Take care of your brain.
  • 16. Take care It is often said that we only use 10 per cent of our brain potential. of your brain. This is not the whole truth. Kiti Müller, Director and Research Professor at the Brain and Work Research Centre at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
  • 17. Take care It is often said that we only use 10 per cent of our brain potential. of your brain. This is not the whole truth. The brain has a numerous amount of brain cells and neural networks. We now know through functional brain imaging that information processing, underlying thinking,activates neural cells in several different brain areas. Kiti Müller, Director and Research Professor at the Brain and Work Research Centre at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
  • 18. Take care It is often said that we only use 10 per cent of our brain potential. of your brain. This is not the whole truth. The brain has a numerous amount of brain cells and neural networks. We now know through functional brain imaging that information processing, underlying thinking, activates neural cells in several different brain areas.On the other hand, specific areas of the brain specializein handling certain types of sensory cues. Due tothe specialization of neural cells, the myth of using only 10percent of our brain’s actual capacity has more to do with thefact that certain activities activate specific neural networksand others are in a more resting state. Kiti Müller, Director and Research Professor at the Brain and Work Research Centre at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
  • 19. Man’s brain has great learning potential.
  • 20. Man’s brain has great learning potential. You can activate new neural networks by doing new things. As individuals we gain different knowledge and skills, and when several active brains come together, the overall potential increases.Kiti Müller
  • 21. Man’s brain has great learning potential.You can activate new neural networks by doing new things. As individuals we gain different knowledge and skills,One way to train the and when several active brains comebrain is to learn to do together, the overall potential increases.new things. Go wildand try somethingnew: play the pianoor play chess, paintor learn the rules offootball. Kiti Müller
  • 22. Man’s brain has great learning potential. You can activate new neural networks by doing new things. As individuals we gain different knowledge and skills,One way to train the and when several active brains comebrain is to learn to do together, the overall potential increases.new things. Go wildand try somethingnew: play the piano Even if the new exercise activatesor play chess, paint certain regions in the brain, foror learn the rules of example, painting activates the areasfootball. that process visual information, the benefits of learning new things ‘leak’ Kiti Müller into the other regions as well.
  • 23. Setyourself limits.
  • 24. Set yourself limits.The brain likes reasonableness.Do not try to overachieve in learningnew things.Kiti Müller
  • 25. Set yourself limits.The brain likes reasonableness.Do not try to overachieve in learningnew things. If you find it difficult to be quiet and do nothing, it might actually be a sign of exhaustion. Exhaustion of the brain can also express itself as anxiety, feeling blue or a desire to be alone and avoid meeting other people.Kiti Müller
  • 26. Simple does it.
  • 27. Simple does it. Taking care of your brain’s wellbeing is rather simple, but often hard to put into practice: work out, eat well, do things that you enjoy and devote time to recovery.
  • 28. Simple does it. Taking care of your brain’s wellbeing is rather simple, but often hard to put into practice: work out, eat well, do things that you enjoy and devote time to recovery.After running a marathon you donot run another marathon the nextday. The same logic applies tobusiness. Between busy projects,take some time off.
  • 29. Simple does it. Taking care of your brain’s wellbeing is rather simple, but often hard to put into practice: work out, eat well, do things that you enjoy and devote time to recovery.After running a marathon you donot run another marathon the nextday. The same logic applies tobusiness. Between busy projects, Relax.take some time off.
  • 30. Test your leader behaviour.
  • 31. Test your leader behaviour. The smaller the disparity between our self- image and reality, the more likely we are to experience inner peace. If there is a gap between how you perceive yourself and how your employees see you, your effectiveness as a leader will be diminished. How do other people feel about your leadership behaviour?
  • 32. Test your leader behaviour. The smaller the disparity between our self- image and reality, the more likely we are to experience inner peace. If there is a gap between how you perceive yourself and how your employees see you, your effectiveness as a leader will be diminished. How do other people feel about your leadership behaviour? Find out by taking this quick test:dkmanagementtools.com/free-leadership-self-assessment-tool
  • 33. magazine 3/2012to read the whole magazine for free click here

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