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  • Dynamics and Pro ActiveAttitude
    behaviour that changes over time
    by
    Dr Hj Lokman Hakim Hj Ismail
  • Dynamics
    changes in motion is dynamics.
    In physics, motion is a change in position of an object with respect to time.
  • Proactive
    Proactive behaviour involves acting in advance of a future situation, rather than just reacting.
    It means taking control and making things happen rather than just adjusting to a situation or waiting for something to happen.
  • Always remember
    you're unique, just like everybody else
    “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world”
    Margaret Mead
    Only we are the ones who make the decision to accept something and learn - no one else.
    We can listen to others, but in the end it is our choice to learn
  • Performance Curve
    Follower – Builder - Leader - Thinker
    Developer – Contractor - Consultant - Designer
  • Mindset
    According to brain experts, mindsets are real and the result of the interaction between our environment, nervous system and DNA
    A mindset is actually a group of neurological mind-maps that we create to perform a task, or respond to input coming from the senses.
  • Run Activity
  • Words value
    Let each letter of the alphabetic has a value equals to it sequence of the alphabetical order:
    =
    82
    =
    96
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    98
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    100
  • What is an attitude?
    A mental and neural state of readiness, organised through experience, exerting a directive or dynamic influence upon the individual’s response to all objects and situations with which it is related
    An attitude is a psychological tendency that is expressed by evaluating a particular entity with some degree of favour or disfavour
  • What is attitude?
    Attitude is a hypothetical construct that represents an individual's like or dislike for anything
    It express an individual’s positive and negative feeling about some objects.
    It descries an individual’s feelings, thoughts and predisposition to act toward some object in the environment.
  • Attitude
    Your attitude to something is the way that you think and feel about it.
    Your attitude towards someone is the way you behave when you are dealing with them,
    especially when this shows how you feel about them.
    State of mind
    +Your attitude is your mind set
    +The way you look at things mentally
    +Attitudes are evaluative statements
    +They indicate ones feelings either favorable or unfavorable
  • Description of attitude
    KNOWN TO
    OTHERS
    10 %
    BEHAVIOR
    KNOWLEDGE &
    SKILLS
    VALUES – STANDARDS – JUDGMENTS
    ATTITUDE
    MOTIVES – ETHICS - BELIEFS
    90 %
    UNKNOWN TO
    OTHERS
  • Components of attitude
    Affective = feelings about the attitude object.
    Behavioral = predisposition to act towards the attitude object in a certain way.
    Cognitive = beliefs about the attitude object.
    Any given attitude may be based in lesser or greater amounts on any of these components
    COGNITION
    • THOUGHTS
    • MY JOB IS INTERESTING.
    AFFECTIONS
    • FEELINGS.
    • I LOVE MY JOB
    BEHAVIOR
    • ACTIONS & REACTIONS.
    • WORKING WITH A SMILE.
  • Attitude structure
    Attitudes consist of three related components:
    An emotional component consisting of emotional reactions toward, or feelings about the attitude object.
    A cognitive component consisting of thoughts and beliefs about the attitude object.
    A behavioural component consisting of actions toward the attitude object.
  • Where do attitude come from
    Some attitudes seem to reflect stable, internal dispositions of the individual
    i.e., ‘ways of seeing the world’
    Broad attitudinal dispositions might have a shared genetic basis
    This is most likely for ‘gut-preferences’:
    For example, feelings of disgust at certain smells or foods
  • Attitude development
    FORMATION OF ATTITUDES
    DIRECT EXPERIENCE
    SOCIAL LEARNING
    POSITIVE
    NAGATIVE
    PEER GROUP
    CULTURE
    FAMILY
  • Attitude and commitment
    JOB RELATED ATTITUDES
    JOB SATISFACTION
    JOB INVOLVEMENT
    ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
  • Good attitude plays a vital role
    Good work attitude is important for the increase of success at work. Any company or concerns that are looking for good employees and workers will look only for the person who has got good work attitude
  • How to develop such good work attitude?
    Say You Can Do it
    Never Say it’s not Possible
    Do Not Complain With Your Work
    Hard Work
    Plan your Work
  • Positive attitude
    A positive attitude allows a person to create the life they want because they are not afraid to see things as they really are and work to create their own reality.
  • Advantages of positive attitude
  • Steps for building positive attitude
    1- Make a habit of doing it now. Stop being procrastinate.
    2- Develop an attitude of gratitude.
    3- Build a positive self – esteem.
    4- Stay away from negative people.
    5- learn to like the things which need to be done.
    6- Start your day with positive thought.
  • Barriers to changing attitude
    Prior Commitments
    Insufficient information
    Personal Ego
    Influence of social surroundings
    To bring a change you have to overcome these barriers
  • You are who you choose to be
    It's not the choice of best company and high salary that makes the individual rise beyond success, its the choice of attitude that makes your altitude in life.
    That is what matters.
  • Sell yourself
    What matters most is how you see yourself
    Don’t afraid to get creative and experiment with your marketing
    ~Mike Volpe
  • Attitudes + behaviour
    A person’s behavior is the way they act in general, especially
    in elation to the situation they are in
    or the people they are with.
    Part of the interest in attitudes is due to the assumption that people behave or react in accordance with their attitudes
  • Are a result of:
    Dynamics and Pro ActiveAttitude
    • high skills, high motivation;
    • have a clear picture of group goals;
    • high performance;
    • success attracts others;
    • opportunity for individual recognition;
    • recognition of professionalism.
  • Life is hard
    It's even harder if we're stupid
    "When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.“
    ~Alexander Graham Bell
    The only disability in life is a bad attitude
  • THE END
    Dr HjLokmanHakim Hj Ismail
    PhD – Architecture
    (Building Engineering & Environment)
    University of Liverpool (U.K)
    M.Env - Master of Environment
    (Environmental Engineering)
    University Putra Malaysia
    B.Sc (Hons) Housing Building & Planning
    (Building Engineering)
    University Sains Malaysia.