The speed of trust presntation get better

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This is a short presentation for a promotional exam process. If it helps someone else, enjoy! If not, well comments welcome anyway. Yes it is short, we had a 30 minute limit. There are various instructor notes. PLEASE COMMENT, very interested in real feed back.

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  • Course content: • Each candidate will select and research one of the 13 Behaviors from the Speed of Trust • For the selected behavior, develop and incorporate the following in to your presentation: o An explanation of the behavior o How the behavior contributes to the development of Trust o The relevance to the behavior in our organization o How to effectively incorporate the behavior in to your daily interactions / relationships o Discussion of counterfeits associated with this behavior o Examples of use o A compelling argument for the integration of the behavior in the listener’s daily life. Deliverables: • Course outline and learning objectives • PowerPoint Presentation • Recorded presentation delivery (to be scheduled)
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: What was your last self improvement project?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: Can you think of someone who you admired as a leader. Think about WHY you admired them. Break it down into a “power” Understanding Power One of the most notable studies on power was conducted by social psychologists John French and Bertram Raven in 1959. They identified five bases of power: Legitimate  – This comes from the belief that a person has the right to make demands, and expect compliance and obedience from others. Reward  – This results from one person's ability to compensate another for compliance. Expert  – This is based on a person's superior skill and knowledge. Referent  – This is the result of a person's perceived attractiveness, worthiness, and right to respect from others. Coercive  – This comes from the belief that a person can punish others for noncompliance. If you're aware of these sources of power, you can… Better understand why you're influenced by someone, and decide whether you want to accept the base of power being used. Recognize your own sources of power. Build your leadership skills by using and developing your own sources of power, appropriately, and for best effect. The most effective leaders use mainly referent and expert power. To develop your leadership abilities, learn how to build these types of power, so that you can have a positive influence on your colleagues, your team, and your organization.
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: Can you think of a person or an organization with a lot of promise that failed to evolve?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: What was a mistake that you made, that you applied later to a DIFFERENT situation?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: How do you know your improving?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: Can you think of a situation where “getting Better” helped an organization survive when otherwise it wouldn’t?”
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: Think of a person who helped you get better…where would you be now?
  • Photo credit: http://media.northjersey.com/images/Nedds_030812_sn_tif_.jpg KEY LEARNING QUESTION: Can you imagine a merit badge master/Teacher of none?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: What do/can you do EVERY DAY in YOUR daily life to improve?
  • KEY LEARNING QUESTION: What is your joy? How do you get better at it? How can you help others learn if you don’t know how to learn yourself? Our greatest Joys are learning (Getting better) centered Parenthood Athletics Creating The cure for unhappiness is learning
  • The speed of trust presntation get better

    1. 1. The Speed of Trust Behavior # 7 “GET BETTER”
    2. 2. Exercise The object of this exercise is to develop a complete presentation of one of the 13 behaviors identified in the Speed of Trust. The presentation will consist of the delivery of a 15 – 20 minute lecture combined with a PowerPoint presentation.
    3. 3. Objectives Identify different components of “Getting Better”. Identify the opposite, and the counterfeits. Describe the concept of “Getting Better” to an ACP Describe the concept of “Getting Better” as it relates to a career as a paramedic Describe the concept of “Getting Better” as it relates to personal life
    4. 4. “Get Better” Continuously improve by learning, growing and renewing yourself. Others will develop confidence in your ability to succeed in a rapidly changing environment. The opposite is entropy and deterioration, while the counterfeit is the eternal student — always learning, but never producing. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes but learn from them. Develop formal and informal feedback systems and respond to them.
    5. 5. Continuously improve by learning, growing and renewing yourself. Grand Master Sin Kwan The
    6. 6. “Others will develop confidence in your ability to succeed in a rapidly changing environment.” French and Bertram described five sources of “Power” in 1959  Legitimate – This comes from the belief that a person has the right to make demands, and expect compliance and obedience from others.  Reward – This results from one persons ability to compensate another for compliance.  Expert – This is based on a persons superior skill and knowledge.  Referent – This is the result of a persons perceived attractiveness, worthiness, and right to respect from others.  Coercive – This comes from the belief that a person can punish others for noncompliance. Most effective leaders combine “Expert” and “Referent” Powers in their Leadership styles. “Get Better” effects both.
    7. 7. The opposite is entropy anddeterioration,
    8. 8. ….while thecounterfeit is theeternal student — always learning, but never producing.
    9. 9. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes but learn from them.
    10. 10. Develop formal and informalfeedback systems and respond to them.
    11. 11. How the behavior contributes to the development of Trust When a person is seen as a growing, learning capable person, that person is viewed as an asset. This builds the confidence that that person will succeed in their endeavors This builds trust
    12. 12. The relevance to the behavior in our organization “Get Better” AKA:  Renewal  Re-invention  Innovation  Continuous Improvement These are all essential to our managing POSTIVE CHANGE. (Remember CHANGE is inevitable. But we can make it positive or negative)
    13. 13. Burnout, the Result of Not GETTING BETTER
    14. 14. How to effectively incorporate the behavior in to your daily interactions / relationships
    15. 15. Discussion of counterfeits associated with this behavior Merit Badge Madness http://media.northjersey.com/images/Nedds_030812_sn_tif_.jpg
    16. 16. Examples of use Every Day a Training Day  Gordon Graham A Book a Day  Jack Canfield – Chicken Soup Series Mentoring and Teaching for self improvement Learn outside your comfort zone  Robert S. Cole
    17. 17. A compelling argument for the integration of the behavior in the listener’s daily life. How can you help others learn if you don’t know how to learn yourself? Our greatest Joys are learning (Getting better) centered  Parenthood  Athletics  Creating The cure for unhappiness is learning
    18. 18. “We learn nothing from our successes…” -Dee Hock, Founder and CEO of Visa

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