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  • 1. Welcome to Out of the Box Leadership March 10, 2010 I am glad you can join today! Dana
  • 2. Attitude Motivation How can you begin to develop positive, solution oriented attitudes towards yourself, your personal goals and organizational goals?
  • 3. Objectives
    • Provide stimulating out of box education/insights
    • Foster collaboration
    • Provide an opportunity for leaders to support each other
  • 4. Why did we develop this program
  • 5. Attitude Motivation How can you begin to develop positive, solution oriented attitudes towards yourself, your personal goals and organizational goals?
  • 6. The Formula for Success A (S+ K) + G = PBC = IR A - Attitude S+K - Skills + Knowledge G - Goals PBC - Positive Behavior Change IR - Improved Results A - Habit of Thought A B R ATTITUDE is the most critical component to behavior change and goal achievement; yet the most overlooked. Fully understanding and properly developing our own attitudes and that of others is the most effective way to have lasting SUCCESS .
  • 7. How can you develop positive, solution oriented attitudes?
    • Positive Affirmations
    • What is an affirmation? The best definition of an affirmation is: “telling yourself in times of doubt that which you know to be true at other times.”
    • An affirmation is a positive statement in the first person singular which describes the "you" you want to become.
    • Affirmations should have these qualities:
    • 1. Affirmations should be positive.
    • 2. Affirmations should be in the first person singular.
    • 3. Affirmations should be within the realm of your capacity to believe (realistically high).
    • 4. Affirmations should be directly related to your goals.
  • 8. I am the master of my emotions. If I feel fear, I plunge ahead. If I feel insignificant, I remember my goals . I am important. I do have what it takes. I am a first class performer. My work is important I have what it takes. I am a master communicator. I am a good listener. I am the number one salesperson for my company. I set daily goals and achieve them. I am a leader. I am empathetic.
  • 9. Confidence How can you develop the kind of confidence that will ensure the achievement of your goals and the expected results for the organization? People who achieve well-defined goals in life and business develop the confidence to confront new situations .
  • 10. Confidence Inhibitors
    • Inappropriate and predetermined attitudes
    • Guilt
    • Fear of Failure
    • Lack of clear direction or purpose
    • Negative Feedback
  • 11. Leading with Results Summit 2 Day Leadership Program When: May 5 th and May 6 th in Bend, OR and in June in Portland For more information, please visit: www.danamics.net or [email_address] or call: 541-550-0272

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