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Using the PIES theory Greg Conderacci explains how to harness your personal and organizational energy to grow and revitalize your organization.

Using the PIES theory Greg Conderacci explains how to harness your personal and organizational energy to grow and revitalize your organization.

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    • 1. For The Greater Baltimore Tech Council May 27, 2009 By Greg Conderacci Good Ground Consulting LLC Strength Strategies for Leadership Results: Generating Personal and Organizational Energy
    • 2. Objective: Performance
      • Learn to focus your energy for peak performance when it counts the most
      • Learn to use energy management – not time management – to “go the distance”
      • Develop strategies to improve your life, your career, and your company
      • Have fun!
    • 3. Your Energy Addict
      • 60 – Endurance athlete for 45 years
      • Bike across the country in 26 days (130 miles/day)
      • Climb Kilimanjaro (19,000+ feet)
      • Ride Paris-Brest-Paris – 750 miles in 72.5 hours
      • High energy marketing consultant/JHU faculty
      • Chief Marketing Officer for Investment Bank
      • Wall Street Journal Reporter
    • 4. The Lie of Time
      • All time is sacred
      • Make every second count
      • Invest time in what we care about most
      • Do that, and your life will have meaning and your relationships will grow
      • BUT SIMPLY INVESTING TIME IS MEANINGLESS!
      Source: The Power of Story
    • 5. The Myths of Time Management
      • You will have more time
      • You will get more done
      • You will be a success
      • You will have more energy
    • 6. The Truths about Energy
      • You can’t get more time – but you can get more energy
      • It’s not about time management -- it’s about energy management
      • What you really need to do takes energy
    • 7. The Long Road…
    • 8. A Rider’s Energy Levels
      • I cannot move.
      • I can just make my way down the road, slowly
      • I can roll along at a steady pace
      • I am moving at my own pace.
      • I am flying
      • I am above the road in complete flow
    • 9. You vs. Professional Athletes
      • Them
      • 90% of time training
      • 10% perform
      • “ Off season” – months
      • Career: 5 – 7 years
      • You
      • No training
      • Perform – 8-12 hours/day every day
      • Few days off
      • Career: 40+ years
    • 10. Your Energy PIES
      • Physical Energy
      • + Intellectual Energy
      • + Emotional Energy
      • + Spiritual Energy
      • Full Engagement
      Source: The Power of Full Engagement
    • 11. The Loehr Principles
      • Draw from 4 energy sources
      • Balance expenditure with renewal
      • Push beyond normal limits
      • Develop positive energy rituals
    • 12. The Pulse of High Performance Successful people are oscillatory beings in an oscillatory universe. Rhythmicity is our inheritance. – The Power of Full Engagement
    • 13. Daily Energy Flows
    • 14. Physical Energy: Fueling the Fire
    • 15. Physical Energy Sinks: The Seattle Effect T.I.R.E.D? Source: 10-Minute Energy Solution The Energy Mafia
    • 16. Physical “Muscles”
      • 5-6 low calorie meals a day
      • 64 oz of water
      • 7-8 hours of sleep
      • Early to bed
      • Interval training
    • 17. Tips for Physical Energy
      • Green tea instead of coffee
      • Water instead of soda
      • Fruit instead of candy
      • Nuts and raisins instead of chips
      • Stairs instead of elevator
    • 18. How Is Your Intellectual Energy?
      • Do You…
      • Become sidetracked easily?
      • Lose concentration?
      • Misplace things?
      • Experience failures of short-term memory?
      • Feel you are not making progress?
      • See declining analytical skills?
      • Have difficulty organizing your work schedule?
      • Procrastinate?
      Source: Strengthening Your Work Skills
    • 19. Intellectual Energy Sinks
      • Avoiding negative outcomes vs seeking positive results
      • The Universal Donor
      • Inadequate planning
      • Unclear or conflicting objectives
      • Inadequate support
      • Poor stress management skills
      • Source: Strengthening Your Work Skills
    • 20. Intellectual: Focus and Realism
      • Organizes our lives
      • Realistic optimism
      • Mental muscles:
        • Preparation
        • Creativity
        • Visualization
        • Self-talk
    • 21. Write Down Your Loops!
      • Get a life!
      • Get a new house!
      • Get milk!
      • Get published!
      • Get tires!
    • 22. What is Your Story?
      • Work
      • Family
      • Health
      • Happiness
      • Friendships
      Source: The Power of Story
    • 23. Emotional: Threat or Challenge?
    • 24. Emotional Energy Sinks
      • Feeling overwhelmed by the task at hand
      • Negative management or communication styles
      • Negative thinking
      • Negative personal matters
      • Negative persons
      • -- Source: Strengthening Your Work Skills
    • 25. Emotional “Muscles”
      • Patience
      • Empathy
      • Confidence
      • Activities
        • Enjoyable
        • Fulfilling
        • Renewing
    • 26. Energy Vampires vs. MFRP
    • 27. The Real Speed of Trust
    • 28. Spiritual: Having A “Why?”
      • Fuels passion, endurance, commitment
      • Character: courage, commitment to live by deepest values
      • Purpose
    • 29. Spiritual Energy Sinks
      • Lack of motivation
      • Lack of commitment
      • No sense of direction
      • No “deeper purpose”
      • -- Source: Power of Full Engagement
    • 30. The Power of Purpose
      • Intrinsic over extrinsic
      • “ Is the life I am living worth what I am giving up to have it?”
      • Occupational suicide: seekers vs. avoiders
      • What are your values?
      • What is your mission?
    • 31. Thank you! Greg Conderacci Good Ground Consulting LLC [email_address] 443 756 8213
    • 32. Bibliography
      • The Power of Full Engagement – Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz
      • Strengthening Your Work Skills Through Personal Energy Management – Mark Berman
      • The 10-Minute Energy Solution – Jon Gordon
      • The Power of Story – Jim Loehr
      • Energy Source Book – Jill Henry
      • Ultra Marathon Man – Dean Karnazes
      • The Answer to How is Yes – Peter Block
      • What Matters Most – Hyrum Smith
      • Joy at Work – Dennis Bakke
      • Winning Every Day – Lou Holtz
      • In the Zone – J. Mitchell Perry
    • 33. Bibliography (Continued)
      • Shakelton’s Way – Margot Morrell and Stephanie Capparell
      • Deep Survival – Laurence Gonzales
      • The Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren
      • Sabbath, Restoring the Sacred Rhythm of Rest – Wayne Muller
      • Deep Change – Robert Quinn
      • The Path of Least Resistance – Robert Fritz
      • Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial and Time Resources to Overloaded Lives – Richard Swenson
      • Emotional Intelligence – Daniel Goleman