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Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost
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Connecting with Change - Confidence Boost

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Presentation created by Viv Newman from Newman Training Assocates for the Connecting with Change personal development days in Wrexham, Bodelwyddan and Tremadog in May 2011

Presentation created by Viv Newman from Newman Training Assocates for the Connecting with Change personal development days in Wrexham, Bodelwyddan and Tremadog in May 2011

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  • Note: This is not exact science but give you an indication of the behavioural styles, one would need to complete a number of other assessments to find out exactly which behavioural style an individual was most aligned with – and remember these can change as we go through life. 28/9/2009 G. Perch Ltd - 07866 599860 - 01766 781145 - graham.perch@tiscali.co.uk
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    • 1. Confidence and Success Booster Getting you from here…. To where you want to be! NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 2. Right now…..how are you feeling?
      • Nervous?
      • Happy?
      • Enthusiastic?
      • Tense?
      • Ready to change things in your life?
      • Motivated?
      • Bored?
      • Confident?
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 3. Confidence equals success
      • If you think of the really successful people you see on TV or in the workplace would you say they appear confident?
      • Do you think they were born confident and successful or do you think it has been something they have learnt?
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 4. There are no right or wrongs to this
      • 1. Choose a sweet from the bowl on the table
      • 2. Tell your colleagues at the table what you are choosing
    • 5. Now see if the behavioural style matches your sweet……………
    • 6.
    • 7. The Thinker – Wine Gums
      • Collects information
      • Needs accurate details
      • Sensitive and Vulnerable
      • Reliable and Honest
      • Hardly show anger/emotions
      • Cautious
      • Hates change
      • Doesn’t like confrontation
      • Thinkers Need To...
      • Openly show appreciation
      • Compromise with others
    • 8. The Socialiser - Allsorts
      • Persuasive and Sociable
      • Has plenty of ideas
      • Make things happen
      • Energetic
      • Hates filling in forms
      • Need lots of praise to keep motivated
      • Easily distracted
      • Socialisers Need To...
      • Control time and emotions
      • Spend more time checking,
      • Concentrate on the task at hand
      • Complete more of what they start
    • 9. The Relator – Fruit Pastilles
      • Caring and Supportive
      • Patient
      • Relaxed
      • Interested in details
      • Good listener, Can be shy
      • Need to be involved
      • Relaters Need To...
      • Say ‘NO’ occasionally
      • Delegate to others
      • Verbalise feelings and thoughts
    • 10. The Director - Mint
      • Efficient
      • Effective
      • Direct
      • Likes to be in charge
      • Wants to feel valued
      • Stubborn
      • Doesn’t want to know about details
      • Strong
      • Directors Need To...
      • Practice “active” listening
      • Project a more relaxed image
    • 11. Now……
      • Ask your colleagues if they think you have chosen the right sweet for your personality
      • Find out what they think you should have chosen and why
      • If you don’t know people that well, then what are your first impressions of them, choose a sweet for them and tell them why .
      • ENJOY THE SWEETS!!!!
    • 12. Confidence = Success
      • Some of the things that success means is
      • - Being happy about yourself
      • Being in control of your life
      • Knowing what you want and going for it!
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 13. How do you become confident?
      • Develop
      • A positive attitude
      • Skills and qualifications
      • Self reliance
      • Recognise your own abilities
      • Ambition
      • The ability to promote yourself
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 14. What other people want from you….
        • A recent survey revealed the most wanted skills for both social and working life were:
      • Motivation
      • Enthusiasm
      • Team working ability
      • Good communication
      • Flexible approach to doing a job
      • Initiative
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 15. Skills that people said were not obvious at first meeting
      • Building rapport
      • Awareness or interest in others
      • Interpersonal skills
      • Problem solving
      • Communication
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 16. People are looking for…..
      • Confident people who know what they want out of life and are motivated and determined to get it!
      • so………………….
      • It is up to you to develop confidence and skills and to promote yourself to achieve the life you want
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011
    • 17.
      • Whether you think you can
      • or
      • Whether you think you can’t
      • You’re right!!
      • Henry Ford
      NEWMAN ASSOCIATES 2011

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