How many times have we been fed sorry and repetitive excuses for bad or delayed results? All too often, people paint themselves as victims; blaming other people or the circumstances around them for their problems or failures. Though some say that they know their responsibilities and the repercussions of their own actions, many of us know that this is simply lip-service.
This type of behavior often leads to many other undesirable traits, such as: aversion or confusion to change, lack of trust, negative conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability, and inattention to results.
“The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking” will teach participants how to take control of their own actions by moving with purpose and initiative. This influential course is ideal for helping participants improve their competency in managing change and taking responsibility for their life in order to quit passing the blame to others. So, by changing the way participants respond to challenges, focus on time, and think about change, “The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking” will help them pave their own path to success in the workplace and, eventually, in their own lives.
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify their purpose and reasons for working and utilize this realization to motivate themselves at work.
2. Describe proactive thinking and differentiate it from reactive and predictive thinking.
3. Enumerate the elements of proactive thinking and demonstrate how these elements can be used in the workplace and in life
4. Identify and discuss the process to solution-based thinking
5. Measure their goals and objectives set a deadline for each of them
6. Manage their time effectively and prioritize their tasks
7. Employ and utilize all the lessons learned in this course to the workplace
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