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An iSTARTUP train the trainer workshop: If you are in the business of leading, teaching, training, mentoring, coaching, parenting, etc. -- then you are in the business of inspiring.

An iSTARTUP train the trainer workshop: If you are in the business of leading, teaching, training, mentoring, coaching, parenting, etc. -- then you are in the business of inspiring.

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  • This section of the transition materials is from a model that was developed by William Bridges. It is designed to help all employees with his or her transition issues. Of course, there are many transition issues that cannot be addressed at this point in time, when so much information is not known. It is recognized that the ambiguity of the current situation is causing stress in the organization. The very act of holding a meeting to discuss transition needs can be helpful in releasing stress. This is not meant to lecture to you but to give you a tool to relate the transition. As more specific information about the merger and WE&C comes available, it will be given to you. In the meantime, please let us know what types of transition assistance you feel would be most useful to you.
  • Place people in teams of no more than 3-4 people. If the group is smaller than 30 people have everyone say their first name and a few words describing what they love about life. Talk about who YOU are and what you love about life. Explain the timing for the day, where the restrooms are and ESPECIALLY if anyone feel uncomfortable or overwhelmed at anytime they can step out and ask [designate someone] for support. This person preferably has some type of experience in the mental health arena. Depending on the size of the group, introduce themselves to the entire group or to smaller pre-designated groups (via seating arrangements – such as introduce yourself to the people at your table) Introductions: Your Name, One sentence of why you are here.
  • Place people in teams of no more than 3-4 people. If the group is smaller than 30 people have everyone say their first name and a few words describing what they love about life. Talk about who YOU are and what you love about life. Explain the timing for the day, where the restrooms are and ESPECIALLY if anyone feel uncomfortable or overwhelmed at anytime they can step out and ask [designate someone] for support. This person preferably has some type of experience in the mental health arena. Depending on the size of the group, introduce themselves to the entire group or to smaller pre-designated groups (via seating arrangements – such as introduce yourself to the people at your table) Introductions: Your Name, One sentence of why you are here.
  • It is a reality, but it is your choice. Since you are here, my guess it is a choice you have taken. Yes?
  • Similar in nature to the four basic elements Fire | YOU: Most important. It is something you fundamentally control. Fauna | ENVIRONMENT: Second due to something you can control or influence which can have an impact Water | HUMAN BEINGS: The people you are supporting. Wind | MESSAGE: The least important of the four.
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • Handout: Biophalia (tk) Outside and Inside : The Environment is not just the out-of-doors, it is indoors as well. The Entire Journey : from the first time they are touched by YOU – email invitation, word of mouth, etc. Directions to space. The environment in which they awake, transportation to space (parking/public transportation pathway) what the building looks like, the doors in which you open and walk through, the entranceway, the hallway to the elevator, the ‘elevator waiting room’, the elevator the other ‘elevator waiting room, the hallway to the doorway, the door in which one approaches, opens (or unsure what to do) enters, welcomed/not welcomed, waiting room of space, meeting others space, name tags, pathway to workshop, entrance way into workshop, workshop room. Modify or Influence : Modify: walk the most walked pathways outside/parking lot, clean-up/plants. Influence: offer suggestions such as visualization in the morning, breathing while in transit, mindfulness, reading or watching something prior to coming. Think of All 5 Senses : Not just what we See, but also Smell, Touch, Taste, Hear
  • The term "biophilia" literally means "love of life or living systems." It was first used by Erich Fromm to describe a psychological orientation of being attracted to all that is alive and vita
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • in relationships, careers/life / tidal pull towards peers, Animal kingdom: homo sapiens With Instincts (list of human instincts)
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • Handout: Science of the Heart
  • Similar in nature to the four basic elements Fire | YOU: Most important. It is something you fundamentally control. Fauna | ENVIRONMENT: Second due to something you can control or influence which can have an impact Water | HUMAN BEINGS: The people you are supporting. Wind | MESSAGE: The least important of the four.
  • THREE PAGES: Ask people to write their definition of success and share among their team mates.
  • Have a few people who wish standup and read each one of these, ask people to comment.
  • Get inspired then ask same question.
  • THREE PAGES: Ask people to write their definition of success and share among their team mates.
  • FIVE PAGES: The key here is to make this sounds as simple as possible. You can pretend you are a neuron which was triggered by an external data point (seeing a green light when driving), you, as the neuron, runs ziggy zaggy around the room, until the full thought of gosh I can now accelerate and the behavior of pressing your foot on the accelerator occurs.
  • When you
  • PR Le cerveau en général ; inné / acquit KD show : les bras croisés et un peu multiculturel
  • TWO PAGES: Sometimes there are barriers in front of us which block our ability to ‘see’ or ‘discover’ our passions.
  • ALL of the barriers do not need to come down to see/discover your passions. You only need to get rid of a few to see and discover your passions. Then you may need to eliminate a few more so you can hop over the ‘wall’ and lead a great passionate life.
  • PRACTICAL
  • NEW INFO: Thought Habits which reinforce low self-esteem, less loved,
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • This section of the transition materials is from a model that was developed by William Bridges. It is designed to help all employees with his or her transition issues. Of course, there are many transition issues that cannot be addressed at this point in time, when so much information is not known. It is recognized that the ambiguity of the current situation is causing stress in the organization. The very act of holding a meeting to discuss transition needs can be helpful in releasing stress. This is not meant to lecture to you but to give you a tool to relate the transition. As more specific information about the merger and WE&C comes available, it will be given to you. In the meantime, please let us know what types of transition assistance you feel would be most useful to you.
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • Ask the question to the group. What is the most productive use of your time, thinking about the past or thinking about the future. See where the answers fall. Option: Write down pros and cons of both. Answer: Spend time in BOTH for the ‘ENDING PHASE’ .
  • Place people in teams of no more than 3-4 people. If the group is smaller than 30 people have everyone say their first name and a few words describing what they love about life. Talk about who YOU are and what you love about life. Explain the timing for the day, where the restrooms are and ESPECIALLY if anyone feel uncomfortable or overwhelmed at anytime they can step out and ask [designate someone] for support. This person preferably has some type of experience in the mental health arena.

Transcript

  • 1. Train the Trainer Workshop
  • 2. Check In Who are we? Why are we here? Timing, Breaks.
  • 3. 1 | Four Basic Elements to Inspire & Transform2 | What is Success3 | Thought Habits4 | Thought Habits In Action5 | Discover Passions & Purpose
  • 4. If you are in the business ofeducating, coaching, training, facilitating, mentoring, advising or leading... You are also in the business of inspiring and transforming others. 4
  • 5. Four Basic Elements: to inspire & transform 1. YOU 2. ENVIRONMENT3. PARTICIPANTS 4. THE MESSAGE 5
  • 6. You 6
  • 7. 1. It all starts with YOU The one to create the spark in others needs first to have fire inside themselves. 7
  • 8. YOU have more impact on others than you thinkBefore you even say a word,your presence alone impacts others.Cardioelectromagnetic CommunicationOur heart’s electrical field isabout 60 times greater in amplitudethan the electrical activity generatedby the brain.Measured using an electrocardiogram (ECG)Our heart’s magnetic field is morethan 5,000 times greater in strengththan the field generated by the brain,and can be detected a number of feet awayfrom the body, in all directions.Measured using SQUID-based magnetometers 1 | ”Science of the Heart, Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human Performance”, 8 HeartMath Research Center, hearthmath.org. © Institute of HeartMath Research Center
  • 9. YOUR emotional state will be felt by othersOur electromagnetic fieldgenerated by the hearttransmits information that canbe received by others.And,this cardiac field ismodulated by differentemotional states. 1 | ”Science of the Heart, Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human Performance”, 9 HeartMath Research Center, hearthmath.org. © Institute of HeartMath Research Center
  • 10. What tools, techniquesand/or ways of beingdo you use to keep yourfire burningbright? 10
  • 11. Environment 11
  • 12. 2. The ENVIRONMENT is all around us Outside and Inside The Entire Journey from A to B Modify what you can control, influence what you cannot. Objects which stimulate 5 senses. 12
  • 13. biophilia“love of life or Biophilia living systems” is innate, and therefore part of our genetic heritage and evolved human nature. Second, biophilia is an emotional response phobias aversions and that can be an end in itself fears (feeling a sense of pleasure and well being) and it can stimulate emotions that motivate philias behaviors (interest motivates exploration).attractions and ~ E.O. Wilsonpositive feelings 13 Edward Osborne Wilson, biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author, 1993.
  • 14. ResearchExposure to nature promotes emotional,cognitive, and physical well-being, 1described as the Biophilia Effect.Over fifty relevant empirical studiesconcluded that an environment devoid ofNature may act as a ―discord, i.e., have anegative effect. A Nature Deficit. 2People learn better, work more comfortably,and recuperate more successfully in buildingsthat echo the environment in which thehuman species evolved. This includesimprovements in worker productivity,retention and reduce absenteeism. 3 © UX Resources 1 | Cognition and environment: Functioning in an Uncertain World; Kaplan & Kaplan, Praeger Press, 1982. 2 | Biophilia: Does Visual Contact with Nature Impact on Health and Well-Being? Bjørn Grinde and Grete Grindal Patil, Norwegian Institute of Public Health Oslo, Norway 14 3 | Biophilic Design: The Theory, Science and Practice of Bringing Buildings to Life. Kellert, Heerwagen & Mador
  • 15. How have you or can youcreate the biophilia effectin environmentswhere you areinspiring andtransforming? 15
  • 16. Participants 16
  • 17. 3. We are all PARTICIPANTS We are made up of approx. 57% of water We ebb and flow in many different ways We are a Source – a generative force We can ride with the wave and the flow, or be pulled down by the undertow. 17
  • 18. How do you enterinto the flow andremain in flow withyour participants? 18
  • 19. The Message 19
  • 20. 4. The MESSAGE is a Tool The Message is the least important tool The right tool for the right job Just in Time / Moments of Opportunity Stay Aware, obtain ‘aware assistance’ Increate your ability to listen, physiologically 20
  • 21. 4. The Message Western education predisposes us to think of knowledge in terms of factual information, information that can be structured and passed on through books, lectures and programmed courses. Knowledge is seen as something that can be acquired and accumulated, rather like stocks and bonds. 21
  • 22. By contrast, withinIndigenous worlds,the act of comingto know somethinginvolves a personaltransformation. - F. David Peat Lighting the Seventh Fire 22
  • 23. Four Basic Elements: to inspire & transform 1. YOU 2. ENVIRONMENT3. PARTICIPANTS 4. THE MESSAGE 23
  • 24. Success 24
  • 25. What is your definition of success? Success means… to me. 25
  • 26. Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. — Albert SchweitzerWikimedia Commons ‘If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours. — Henry David Thoreau Wikimedia Commons 26
  • 27. What is your definition of happiness? Happiness means… to me. 27
  • 28. Compare Success Happiness means… means… to ME. to ME. 28
  • 29. Thought Habits 29
  • 30. What is a Thought Habit If we have a thought about something for the first time, a loose collection of neurons will form. If not repeated, this pathway will more than likely disassociate. A repeated thought will develop stronger connections. Over time, these thought habits become hard wired, carving a path through the brain. 30
  • 31. 31
  • 32. Thought Habits accumulate over time 32
  • 33. Thought Habits Elicit Feelings 33
  • 34. Thought Habits ~ Increase Your Likelihood of Success? These? Or These? What difference I have unique value I can I make? can offer others. I do not want to brag I want to express what is or be too proud. unique about me to others. We are social I can do it alone. beings, 1+1=3. 34
  • 35. Your Thought Habits What are some of your thought habits which increase or decrease your likelihood of success and which feeling does this thought habit elicit? 1. 2. 3. 35
  • 36. Thought Habits in Action 36
  • 37. What can Increase or Decrease Likelihood of Success 37
  • 38. Some barriers are Thought Habits Lack of Confidence Age Money Attitude/Behavior Experience 38
  • 39. Shifting Thought Habits     Feelings Reflection Choice … 39
  • 40. 1. Define Current & Desired Thought Habits Current Desired 40
  • 41. 2. Become Aware of Behaviors / Feelings3. Reflect: Increase or Decrease Success Factors Feelings Reflect 41
  • 42. Four Reflective Questions What am I feeling What thought habit is right now? driving my feeling? Is it increasing or What else decreasing my is possible? likelihood for success? 42
  • 43. Make a Choice: Make Stronger …OR Letting Go Letting Go X Y Substitution Substitution Declaration Declaration ??? Refocusing Refocusing 43
  • 44. DHEA Hormones Cortisol Hormones- love-based thoughts - fear-based thoughts- less stress - stress- deep breathing - shallow breathing- mindfulness - mindlessnessDHEA Hormones  DHEA  DHEA Cortisol Hormonesresiliency  Cortisol  Cortisol impact healthsense of well-being productivityvitality immune functionmemory sleep patternslower risk of death focusor cardiovascular aging processdisease2 physically decreases ability to hear, feel 1 | ”From Chaos to Coherence” Heartmath Institute. 2 | Barrett-Connor, E.; Khaw, K. T.; Yen, S. S. (1986). "A prospective study of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate, mortality, and 44 cardiovascular disease". N. Engl. J. Med. 315 (24): 1519–24.
  • 45. Quiz LESS than 1 2 3 4 45
  • 46. Who Feels Less Than? a Q1 Q3 a b b a b Q2 Q4 b a 46
  • 47. Ah HaThe Need to Put Down Others Need to put others down to feel better Amplifies about Your yourself.1 Greatness Diminishes Your Greatness The ability to see fear in yourself and others. 1 | “Social Put-Down: It’s relationship to perceptions of social rank, shame, social anxiety, depression, anger and 47 self- other blame,” Mental Health research Institute & Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Derby, UK.
  • 48. Discover Passions 48
  • 49. Essence & PurposeMy essenceMy purpose is to Action / Doingness For Whom/What? Value / Result / Benefit 49
  • 50. Only Three Words? Why? Memory, Time, Resources Our Everyone Else’s Unique Filter Unique Filteropportunities possibilities 50
  • 51. Likelihood of Success One conscious bit at a time.
  • 52. TANGENT A little tangent to better understand ‘essence’. 52
  • 53. Think about it: what do we call the ‘essence’ of a product? Pick One. Write 3 words that describe the essence of the product.1. ________________2. ________________3. ________________
  • 54. Ongoing Influencers Outside Perceptions What it is. What we think it is. Perceptions: Personal Taste, we have Influencers: Producers, Brewers, experienced it, he/she first hand. Management, Resources 1 4 2 3 What it thinks it is. What we hear it is. Influencers: Marketers, Perceptions: Ads, News, Management, Trends, Word of Mouth – we have not experienced it, he or she first hand. 54
  • 55. Ongoing Influencers Outside Perceptions What it is. What we think it is. Perceptions: Personal Taste, we have Influencers: Producers, experienced it ourselves. Management, Resources 1 4 2 3 Marmite Love Party Campaign, Clive Allen the Minister of Fashion What it thinks it is. What we hear it is. Influencers: Marketers, Perceptions: Ads, News, Word of Mouth – we have not experienced it first hand. Management, Trends
  • 56. Ongoing Influencers Outside Perceptions What she is. What we think she is. Influencers: Parents, Family/Heritage, Perceptions: people who have Geography, Gender, Physical Characteristics experienced you first hand. 1 4 2 3What she thinks he is. Influencers: Parents, Friends, What we hear she is. Family, Teachers, Employers, Associations, Trends, Cultural ALIGNMENT ? Perceptions: Word of Mouth, experiencing you from a far – people who have not Identification, etc. experienced you first hand. 56
  • 57. BACK TO OUR PROGRAMME Now that we figured out how ‘brands’ express themselves effectively, how do we express ourselves effectively. 57
  • 58. Ongoing Influencers Outside Perceptions What you are. What people think you are. Influencers: Parents, Family/Heritage, Perceptions: people who have Geography, Gender, Physical Characteristics experienced you first hand. 1 4 2 3 What you think you are. What people hear about you. Influencers: Parents, Friends, Family, Perceptions: Word of Mouth, experiencing you from a far – Teachers, Employers, Associations, Trends, people who have not experienced you first hand. Cultural Identification, etc. 58
  • 59. Think about how you can Increase Opportunities‘be’ in alignment – to Live Passionatelyyour authentic self.1 What you are. How people 4 experience you. What people 32 What you hear about think you are. you. ALIGNMENT 59
  • 60. Ongoing Influencers Outside PerceptionsWhat you are. What people think you are.Influencers: Parents, Family/Heritage, Geography/ 1 4 How people experience youCulture, Gender, Physical Characteristics, etc. when they meet you and over time. 2 3What you think you are. What people hear about you.Influencers: Parents, Friends, Family, Teachers, Employers, People who have NOT met you in person,Associations, Trends, Cultural Identification, etc. what they hear or say about you. 60
  • 61. Essence & PurposeMy essenceMy purpose is to Action / Doingness For Whom/What? Value / Result / Benefit 61
  • 62. envision | engage | execute build | evolve | deliverMy purpose is to be a bridgebetween people, ideas and To bring new products to life.opportunities. To bring to the world anTo create experiences to increase increase in respect and effectivealiveness utilizing the five senses, uses of our most preciousespecially smell. resources: people, time and materials.Unite teams around sharedinsights, goals & meaning in To engage and lead othersorder to more fully and towards optimizing theirquickly realize their vision. lives in order to increase positive outcomes. 62
  • 63. Pattern Finding 10PASSION / LOVE METER 0 ‘SHOULD’DID NOT ENJOY Time 63
  • 64. PASSION / LOVE METER 10 I LOVE DOING THIS SCALE 0 DID NOT ENJOY SCALE‘SHOULD’ Time 64
  • 65. Pattern Finding 10PASSION / LOVE METER 0 ‘SHOULD’DID NOT ENJOY Time 65
  • 66. Your DoingnessCeri’s Passion Meter Revitalisation Co-Creation Your Gift Inspiration 10PASSION / event production swimming DIY’ing SparcSpace making stuff from LOVE other stuff re-doing a chair Revitalize! Helping others METER Diy’ing the Hub revitalize creating doll house linens playing in the mud 0 Sales for the Hub call centre work ‘SHOULD’ no relationship sellingDID NOT ENJOY starting from blank sheet of canvas cleaning my room Time 66
  • 67. Where to go from here? 1. Go through all exercises and activities on your own and with others 2. Be Human… really human. 67
  • 68. 5 Categories Vital to Well-BeingRESEARCH by Marie Jahoda, a British social psychologist, developed the theory of ‘IdealMental Health’1. Here she identified five categories vital to feelings of well-being. Time Social Collective Social Regular Structure Contact Effort or Identity Activity Purpose or Status Our YOUTH, UNEMPLOYED, SENIORS and more, are deprived of all five.. 1 | Marie Jahoda, “Employment and Unemployment: A Social-psychological Analysis” Cambridge University Press, 1982, (theory first developed in1958) 68
  • 69. Janice.Caillet@iSTARTUP.ccMaureen.Aylward@iSTARTUP.cc