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  • 1. Success CurvesSuccess Curves • Televista • Nikitasha • Onida • Murphy • Cibaca • Fiat • Modiluft • Uptron • Tata • Colgate (HLL) • Bajaj • ITC • LIC • IA • SBI • IIM (A)
  • 2. Success CurvesSuccess Curves TIME SUCCESS
  • 3. Learning Curves of SuccessfulLearning Curves of Successful OrganizationsOrganizations I II III TIME LEARNING
  • 4. LEADERS! NOLEADERS! NO LONGERLONGER.......... •HMT •API- LAMBY SCOOTERS •IBM •DUNLOP
  • 5. KnowledgeKnowledge • Knowledge of Self Self Image self perception • Knowledge of Environment • Perception of others behaviour
  • 6. HURDLES TO MOTIVATIONHURDLES TO MOTIVATION EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT MY EGO STATE UNDERSTANDING OF SELF PERCEPTION OF OTHERS
  • 7. Fundamental InterpersonalFundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation in BehaviourRelationship Orientation in Behaviour The FIRO-B tool provides information about three fundamental dimensions of interpersonal needs: INCLUSION • is about recognition, belonging, participation, • contact with others, and how you relate to groups CONTROL • concerns influence, leadership, • responsibility, and decision making AFFECTION • is about closeness, warmth, sensitivity, openness, • and how you relate to others
  • 8. Fundamental InterpersonalFundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation inRelationship Orientation in BehaviourBehaviour The FIRO-B assessment also indicates your preferences in regard to two distinct aspects of each of these • EXPRESSED BEHAVIOR • How much do you prefer to initiate the behavior? • How do you actually behave with respect to the three fundamental interpersonal needs? • What is your comfort level engaging in the behaviors associated with the three needs?
  • 9. Fundamental InterpersonalFundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation inRelationship Orientation in BehaviourBehaviour WANTED BEHAVIOR • How much do you prefer others to take the initiative? • How much do you want to be on the receiving end of those behaviors? • What is your comfort level when others direct their behaviors associated with the three needs to you?
  • 10. External or InternalExternal or Internal • Internal vs. Lack of resources • Initiative vs. Compliance • Problem Solving vs. Problem Avoidance • Activity, Goal vs. Want, Desire, .. Interest
  • 11. Locus of ControlLocus of Control What is Locus of Control? According to Philip Zimbardo (a famous psychologist), "A locus of control orientation is a belief about whether the outcomes of our actions are contingent on what we do (internal control orientation) or on events outside our personal control (external control orientation)." (Zimbardo, 1985) The concept was developed by Julian Rotter in the 1960
  • 12. Locus of ControlLocus of Control External Locus of Control • Individual believes that his/her behavior is guided by fate, luck, or other external circumstances Internal Locus of Control • Individual believes that his/her behavior is guided by his/her personal decisions and efforts. Thus, Locus of control can be understood as bipolar construct, ranging from external causes to internal causes
  • 13. Shift from External toShift from External to InternalInternal • external OR internal expectations to evaluate yourself • do what others want to do most of the time • seek approval so much that it is a “must” • Do you try to impress others • you worry about being "popular" and pleasing everyone
  • 14. Shift from External toShift from External to InternalInternal • you frequently want to do the opposite of what others want you to do • you often let others make decisions for you • you let others take care of you • you worry about taking care of others' needs or feelings more than you take care of your own • constantly "should" all over yourself OR do what you "want" to do
  • 15. Myths about SelfMyths about Self • I must please every one • My value as a person depends on what others think of me • If I fail in a task I am a failure • To be a good person, I must help all those who seek my help • It is wrong to express anger • I’d be considered weak if I express soft feelings to / in front of others
  • 16. Self ImprovementSelf Improvement • Change your self-talk • Model the person you want to be • Try avoid being pessimistic or hang around negative people • Do not accept put downs by other people • Acknowledge compliments & feel good • Set & work to accomplish achievable goals • Find a mentor • Avoid comparison with others • Practice acts of kindness for others & feel good about yourself • Take action to improve your self-image

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