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May 17 to 18, 2012. Thinking skills of innovation, creativity, and continuous growth are critical to an organization's long term prosperity. ...

May 17 to 18, 2012. Thinking skills of innovation, creativity, and continuous growth are critical to an organization's long term prosperity.

This workshop looks at how to develop though patterns that facilitate high performance and lead to personal and leadership effectiveness.

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  • February 20, 2012 Volume VII“Best course Iʼve ever taken”" “Inspiring”" " “Life changing”" “Amazingly practical”" " “Great teacher”" " “Wish Iʼd known this information 20 years ago” COMING TO SINGAPORESingapore is truly a 21st century country. You are a vibrant community, an admirable culture,and amazing business center. You are experiencing accelerating growth and, even givenyour success, you are refreshingly open in talking about “mindset change” and “corporateculture change” as you move into the future.The thinking skills of innovation, creativity, and continuous growth has been the work andpractice of The Pacific Institute for 40 years. It is our privilege to be of service. Thought Patterns For High Performance 3.0 Open Seminar: May 17 - 18, 2012 Facilitator Education: May 24 - 25, 2012 Teacher: Lou Tice Facilitator: Ron Medved Location: TBD Time: 9am to 5pm Cost: Open Seminar - S$1,270 Facilitator Education - S$650
  • PERFORMANCE ISSUES - Solve Them At The Root CauseWhen you go after the root cause of performance issues, itʼs not enough to tell people tochange their behavior or what to think. You need to give people the knowledge, the toolsand the best practices to change permanently - from the inside out. THE EDUCATION - From Potential To Performance Learn how the mind works, how thinking affects behavior. Learn about the brain, how it functions and how to access its potential. Learn how to be creative, beyond anything youʼve ever imagined. Learn to overcome mental barriers - about self, about others, about life, about working with others, about what is possible. THE PROFILE OF THE GRADUATE - Empowerment More open-minded Heightened efficacy, self-confidence Creative Self-motivated Accountable in all aspects of life Goal and end-results oriented Highly engaged Keener sensitivity to the behavior of others Looking toward career growth within the organization
  • THE TEACHER: LOU TICE - Masterful Educator Lou Tice is an accomplished teacher in making complex psychological principles accessible, relevant, life-changing, and fun. Lou is considered a “translator” of research psychology. He maintains working relationships with key academic researchers like Dr. Albert Bandura (Stanford University); Dr. Martin Seligman (University of Pennsylvania); Dr. Gary Latham (University of Toronto). Lou and Diane Tice founded The Pacific Institute in 1971. Lou is also a pioneer in the field of video education and train-the-trainer systems, having created educational programs in multi-media since 1976. Louʼs experience in working with Fortune 1000 companies spans over 40 years. Lou received his Bachelorʼs degree from Seattle University. He went on to earn a Masters in Education, with a major focus in the mental health sciences.THE OPEN SEMINAR - Mobilizing Brainpower, Employee Engagement “Thought Patterns For High Performance 3.0” [TPHP] video education engages you personally and professionally. Your life and career inform this education experience, resulting in insights and applications unique to you. The seminar is used in organizations as an all-employee, career development program and also doubles as an employee engagement offering, creating significant goodwill to be reflected back on the sponsoring organization. This 2-day, “hands-on” course is facilitated by Ron Medved and includes learning materials and 20-session, four week audio reinforcement program by Lou Tice.
  • FACILITATOR EDUCATION - Leading The Self Motivated, Adult Learner The TPHP video education is “facilitated” by our clients, to their own people. Lou Tice quality controls the delivery of the cognitive psychology concepts on video. Facilitators learn how to translate the TPHP learning experience into their specific personal, professional, and organizational applications. Facilitator candidates are often training professionals or employees who are the natural, informal leaders within an organization. This 2-day, “how-to” certification course includes facilitator manual, lesson plans, and group practicum. Facilitator education lead by Ron Medved.LICENSING OPPORTUNITY - Having Our Clients Deliver Our Courses The TPHP program is available to be licensed for use inside participating client organizations. License requires certified facilitators trained and approved by The Pacific Institute. The Pacific Institute programs, like TPHP, are supported by experienced Institute “project directors”. Each client who licenses education from The Pacific Institute is advised and coached on an on-going basis. The project director is available to client facilitators to provide access to best practices from The Pacific Institute and to aid in client implementations, as needed. License and learning materials costs are available upon request. Contact Ron Medved at rmedved@pac-inst.com
  • RETURN ON INVESTMENT - Assessing The Impact of Thinking Differently The goal of the “Thought Patterns For High Performance” seminar - classroom and self- study systems - is to assimilate the learning so that it becomes a natural, automatic way that we think, work, and live everyday. Successful assimilation of these teaching concepts is similar to a software upgrade. You are now running your life and work experiences through a new, brain-friendly set of concepts. If you are already happy, healthy, smart, and successful, our intention is to make you even more of a “conscious competent” by helping you organize your thinking skills based on proven principles from cognitive science. This exercise leads to a multiple-return on your education investment, no matter how you choose to measure it.ORGANIZATIONAL PROJECTS - Partnering For Business Results Over the past 40 years, The Pacific Institute has built the organizational development capacity to help our clients engineer large-scale change. Our project teams regularly engage in strategic initiatives requiring innovation, mindset change and corporate culture transformation. The Pacific Institute has worked with over 60% of the Fortune 500 companies; delivered programs in 15 languages in 60 countries; and have touched the lives of an estimated 30 million people. EDUCATION FOR THE COMMON GOOD - In Support of the CommunityThe Pacific Institute offers similar programs for school teachers, teenagers, post-secondarystudents, law enforcement professionals, the economically disadvantaged, and individualshaving suffered sudden disabilities.
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  • What makes for a high-performance business environment? Oftentimes, it’s a deeper understanding of human behavior. People are key. Creative and engaged people inevitably make the difference. This is where psychology and strategy meet. Ron MedvedRon brings 35 years of experience designing strategies to help organizations mobilize the powerand creativity of their people. His client work at The Pacific Institute [TPI] has included managinglong-term service relationships with organizations like NASA; Rockwell International; HughesAircraft; Westinghouse-Hanford; General Electric/RCA; Aramco; Saudia Airlines; U.S.Bancorp/Piper-Jaffray; Chicago Title & Trust; John L. Scott; National Association of Realtors; BostonEdison; Digital Equipment Corporation; Argonne Laboratories; Westin Hotels; U.S. Department ofEnergy; U.S. Defense Logistics Agency; Air War University; and Heritage University.Originally, Ron joined TPI in 1976 and is credited as having helped pioneer the Institute’s earlyentry into video education. In 1996, he took a hiatus from his Institute work to establish a privateconsulting practice – offering strategic planning, organizational development, and executivecoaching services.Ron returned to The Pacific Institute in 2003 as Vice-President of Business Development for NorthAmerica, which included overseeing new product development, supporting consultants in the field,and coordination of TPI’s culture practice. Ron also headed up sports projects for TPI featuringchampionship coaches Pete Carroll [USC]; Nick Saban [Alabama]; and Mark Shubert [USASwimming].On September 21, 2010, Ron published, with co-author Gregg Cochlan, World Peace Really: OneMind @ A Time. a book about the application of cognitive psychology to the cause of peacefulcoexistence.Ron is a graduate of the University of Washington where he was a team captain, inspirational awardwinner, and academic All-American football player for the Huskies. Following a five yearprofessional football career with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, Ron’searly business career included work as a stockbroker and as the president of a regional, NASDbroker-dealer firm, specializing in the raising of capital to build low-income and elderly housing.
  • Tuition Tuition for Open Seminar is S$1,270 per person and includes the seminar, learning materials, and audio follow-through. Tuition for Facilitator Training is S$650 per person and includes facilitator manual, lesson plans and group practicum. For your convenience, we take Visa, Mastercard, American Express. Should you need to wire funds, please contact callimedved9@yahoo.com. REGISTRATION FORM Please complete the following registration form and email to callimedved9@yahoo.com THOUGHT PATTERNS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE 3.0 - SINGAPORE FACILITATOR OPEN SEMINAR TRAINING MAY 17&18 MAY 24&25 S$1,270 Check box S$650 Check boxNameCompany/Organization Title/PositionCompany Phone Card Type: Visa MC AmEX EmailCredit Card Number Exp Date V-Code (last 3 digits on card back)Name as it appears on Credit CardSignature For Wire Transfer Instructions: Please contact Calli Medved at callimedved9@yahoo.com