PRESENTED BY :-                                         RANJEETKUMAR SINGH                           (Student of B.Tech & ...
Student Innovation Foundation (SIF) is an non profitableorganization for Students made to promoting, generating, andconcep...
SIF is committed to student round the globe forproviding basic information & consultancy to theirunique innovative ideas r...
My mission to promote theinnovator and provide theplatform to represent you.So Those who are interested inresearch & devel...
Is all about the practical application of new inventions into marketableproducts or servicesMost of us have visions of mad...
Product (or service)            innovationAs the name suggests, this is all about launching new or improved products (orse...
Process innovationThis has to do with finding better or more efficient ways ofproducing existing products, ordelivering ex...
• Invention if the formulation of new ideas for products or  processes  New scientific or technical idea, and the means of...
• Technology is the practical application of science.• Technology includes the skill, technique and knowledge of the  mani...
The principal goal of an Engineer is to design, create andproduce new tools, machines and systems for practicalhuman means...
1. Define the Problem2. Establish Research Objective3. Determine Research Design4. Identify Information Needs and Sources5...
•   Idea Generation•   Idea Screening•   Idea evaluation•   Idea Development•   Idea Commercialization
•   Brainstorming•   Copying•   Conceptualization•   Customization•   Channelization•   Mistakes•   Modification    (Time/...
•   SELF DEVELOPMENT•   SELF SATISFACTION•   SELF CONFIDANCE•   POSITIVE ATTITUDE•   PATIENCE•   TIME MANAGEMENT•   GOAL S...
• We must have high goal in life ,otherwise , self-development  has no meaning.• Self-Development is our birth-right. Nobo...
ACTION PLAN FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT    •   S L -INTR P CTION         EF       OS E    •   HAVEH   IGHGOALIN L E              ...
•   COUR AGEOFCONVICTION•   S ONG W LP E     TR        IL OW R•   M IND & IT’SCONTROL•   M DITATION – P AYE      E        ...
•   SL – HL ,     EF EP•   H D AND COOP R     AR            E ATIVEW K                            OR ,•   S P E E ARAND DI...
SEN O F RESPO SI LI ,       SE          BI TY•   S IR OFS R     P IT   E VICE– H ANIS                     UM   TIC TOUCH,•...
• MIND YOU ! KNOW E                 L DGEISP E ,                         OW R• OURATTITUDEISOURALTITUDE!!• TIM , S IL S& T...
Developing Self CONFIDENCE             DISCOVER THE NEW ‘CONFIDENT’ YOU                              -be what you should b...
Confidence building - why is it        important?People with high self esteem behaveconfidently. Low self esteem stops all...
If you lack self esteem or self-confidence you must look above for thereasons. You may be overly criticizing yourself or t...
Building ConfidenceThe most important single thing you need to be confident is to build a higheropinion of yourself.Most f...
The biggest hurdle to confidence isourselves.Specifically, it is the part ofourselves that attaches FAR toomuch importance...
How can you become more confident and successful?1. Look for a model (someone who is confident) and learn from them.   W i...
Positive Thinking and AttitudeDeveloping a          “PositiveMental Attitude:positive attitude     The Prerequisite to win...
Consider this list of positive habits:•I will think of myself as successful!•I will have positive expectations for everyth...
•I didn’t have time to practice                       •I don’t understand the tasks                         •I don’t have ...
ATTITUDE in a person is a result of:•Environment•Experiences•Education
Follow the following to develop a positive attitude•Change focus, look for the positive•Make a habit of doing it now•Devel...
THE BAD NEWS-Negative thinkingTHE GOOD NEWS- all can be corrected with positive action. “He who would learn to fly one day...
“Trust me, a greatPOSITIVE PERSONALITY IS ALIFE LONG ASSET, whichstays with you wherever yougo.    So invest in yourself”
“The biggest traditionin LIFE is CHANGE.And TIME is themake and un-makerof CHANGE”
How much time do you waste       everyday? A few minutes, a few hours? Are you working as efficiently         as you can? ...
“Work Expands to fill the available for                 completion”The crux of the matter is-we do not have tomanage TIME ...
Time Management skills include:•GOAL SETTING           •PLANNING•PRIORITIZING         •DECISION MAKING•DELEGATING         ...
H to m        ow   anage your time?•Don’t be a perfectionist                              Its all about a H  abit.        ...
The big question is ….Why and How do we waste our Time???? These could be some of the reasons-   •Gossip   •Unclear Goals ...
•No fixed routine-lack ofdiscipline•Poor planning•Procrastination-habit ofpostponing important issues•Lack of focus or con...
You can achieve whatyou want to achieve ifyou’ve come to gripswith time managementand taken control ofyour time. It’s actu...
Goals must be SMARTS- SpecificM- must be MeasurableA- AchievableR- RealisticT- Time bound
Goal setting is a series of steps that outlines:•Starting date•Where and how to begin•Efforts•Resources•Sacrifices•Destina...
Steps to turn a dream into reality:     Have a definite, clear written goal.    Have a plan to accomplish and write it dow...
GOAL SETTING REQUIRES:•Direction•Dedication•Determination•Discipline•DeadlinesGoals should be consistentwith our values“Ob...
Each goal must be evaluated in lightof the following-•Is it the truth?•Is it fair to all concerned?•W it get me goodwill? ...
1. Intense desire- keep refueling it2. Write them down as a constant reminder3. Avoid negative influences, gather support4...
One must believe in two premises-a) most people are good people, but they can do better; andb) Most people already know wh...
What’s MOTIVATION?          A drive that encourages action or feeling.                 It encourages and inspires.Motivati...
W is the greatest motivator? hat•Is it money?•R ecognition?•Improvement in the quality ofyour life?•Acceptance by those we...
External motivationExternal motivation comes                                 Internal motivationfrom:                     ...
The two most important internal   motivators are-1. RECOGNITION2. RESPONSIBILITYWhen people accept  responsibility, everyt...
W do people move from an  hyinitially motivated stage todemotivated?Some of the demotivating factorsare:•Unfair criticism•...
Demotivating factors•Lack of direction•Lack of measurable objective•Low self esteem•Lack of priorities•Negative self talk•...
A few steps to motivateothers-•Give recognition•Give respect•Make work interesting•Be a good listener•Encourage goal setti...
• DO ONE THINGH AT A TIME.• KNOW THE PROBLEM.• LEARN TO LISTEN.
• LEARN TO ASK QUESTIONS.• DISTINGUISH SENSE FROM NON-SENSE.• RESILIENCE FOR CHANGE-CHANGE IS INEVITABLE
• ADMIT MISTAKES• SAY IT SIMPLE• BE CALM – KEEP COOL.
• SMILE – U R NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT          SMILE ON YOUR FACE.• PLAN – DO – CHECK – ACT (PDCA)
W - W CHECK          - HOW ?          - WHO ?          - WHAT ?          - WHICH ?          - WHEN ?          - WHERE?    ...
LEAD U TO RIGHT UNDERSTANDING.EACH ONE HAS:•   STREN THS           G•   WEA ESS        KN•   O PPO RTUN TY              I•...
1.   CARING2.   SHARING3.   LEARNING4.   WORKING TOGATHER
KEEP IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NATURE.
1.   Project proposal     Theme     Objectives     Consultancy     Research     Agency Appraisal
Project proposal (contd.)   Design   Peers Comments   Pilot Work   Proposal Writing   Documentation   Excellence
2.Project Appraisal   - Clarity     - Feasibility     - Funding     - Personnel     - Authenticity     - Needs Analysis   ...
• Project Appraisal (contd.)     -Time Schedule       -Supervision       - Structures       - Reporting       -Documentation
3.Project Programme Execution          - Task Description             - Time Schedule             - Targets             - ...
4.Project Evaluation       - Self Appraisal         - Peer Appraisal         - Client Appraisal         - Material Apprais...
5.Project Completion R  eport       - Introduction           - Work Done Report           - Execution Report           - P...
interPersonaL sKiLLs“Iwill p a y m o re fo r the a bility to d e a lwith p e o p le tha n fo r a ny o the r a bility      ...
FACTORS THAT PREVENT BUILDING AND MAINTAINING  POSITVE RELATIONSHIPS1. Selfishness2. Lack of courtesy3. Inconsiderate beha...
•Negative attitude                             •Unwillingness to                                               accept the ...
•THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN  SELFISHNESS AND SELF         INTEREST   Selfishness is negative and            destructive    It ...
•Envy/jealousy- crab mentality Did you know that if you put a group of crabs in a box with an         open top, that the c...
TRUST•Reliability- gives predictability and comes fromcommitment.•Consistency- builds confidence•Respect- to self and othe...
•Competence- comes when a personhas the ability and attitude to serve•Integrity- the key ingredient to trust.•Acceptance- ...
Consequences of poor relationships and the lack of trust-•Stress•Lack of communication•Irritation•Close mindedness•No team...
•Loss of productivity•Isolation•Poor health•Distrust•Anger•Prejudice•Breakdown of morale. Uncooperativebehavior. Conflict•...
• Memory is the “Power of reproducing  in the mind; former Impressions or  Precepts”• Memory is the Power to revive again ...
• Remembrance- involuntary or  spontaneous• Recollection- volitional
When an idea recurs again -recurs without any special effort on our part
When the matter sought after by the mind can only be brought again into view with pain and endeavor
• Use & Exercise; Review & Practice• Attention & interest• Intelligent Association De p e nd s up o n the p ra c tic e a l...
• Entire work of memory is performed in the subconscious  region of the mind.• Only when the subconscious record is repres...
Remember First, Last and Always :• Before you can remember or recollect you must first  perceive.• The perception is possi...
• Determine to use the will• Develop strong burning desire  to acquire the art of voluntary  attention• Practice this fait...
•  Take an Interest in the Thing you see• See it as if to repeat its details to a  friend• Give a Mental Command to take n...
• Association by Contiguity - associated with sensation,  thought or idea immediately preceding it & directly follows  it....
• First, IMPRESS• Second, ASSOCIATE• Know not only How to use Mind &  Memory but also W in a particular                   ...
• Memory of Sense Impressions -  include impression received from all  five senses.   (Majority through sight & hearing)• ...
• Concentrate the W and Attention upon the objects of                      ill  sight & see them plainly & distinctly• Pra...
• MIND & not the EAR that really  hears.• Use the WILL in the direction of  Voluntary attention & interest
• Memorize and repeat words and thoughts• Listen to the stray scraps of conversation• Listen to the footsteps of different...
• Make a study of names – start a  collection• Listen carefully to the name• Repeat the name after hearing it –  to streng...
• Study of Physiognomy –an interest in the subject  of features• Visualize the features of the faces of persons  you met i...
The Faculty of locality includes:• Cognizance of Place• Recollection of the looks of places, road, scenery, the  location ...
• Procure a small geography book & study direction,  distances, location, shape & form of countries as a live  subject of ...
• For majority persons the numbers do not anything to  them• Numbers are thought of only in their abstract phase and  natu...
• Recognise the source of the difficulty• Make the number the subject of sound and sight  impressions• Attach the abstract...
• Visualise the picture of the event with the pictures of the  date or number• Combine the two things into a mental pictur...
• Interest• Attention• ExerciseExercise is the most important without which the others fail.
REMEMBERLet figures and numbers“mean something” to you  and the rest will be,merely, a matter of detail.
•          Memory of Tunes-Falls   into the class of ear impressions•                 Memory of Notes-    Falls into the c...
• Take an active interest in all that pertains to the  sound of music• Take every opportunity for listening to good  music...
• Try to associate sound and vision• When you see a note hear the sound of it• When you hear a note sounded see it as it a...
Best Team Work
A Mission To Achieve The Impossible
Jo Nahin Ho Sakta Hai W Kar Dikhana Hai                       ho
Coming together is a beginning.   Keeping together is progress.   Working together is success.                        - He...
Coming Together Is A Beginning•   Instill a sense of belonging•   Deal firmly with indiscipline•   Treat all members as eq...
Coming together is a beginning.Keeping together is progress.   Working together is success.                        - Henry...
Keeping Together Is Progress•   Train intensely and tirelessly•   Stretch beyond the limit•   Emphasize team work alone•  ...
Coming together is a beginning.   Keeping together is progress.Working together is success.                             - ...
Working Together Is Success•   Let failure be a stepping stone, not a stumbling block•   Allow no player to be bigger than...
An Inspirational Leader            can build a Winning Team
A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did                     What you can do• Instill a sense of belonging• ...
A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did                      What you can do• Train intensely and tirelessl...
A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did                       What you can do• Attitude is more important t...
A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did                   What you can do• Change tactics in line with  the...
With the best leaders,   when the work is done,   the task accomplished,     the people will say,“We have done this oursel...
I A Y QUERY/SUG G ESTI NF N                  OPLEA CO N CT M THRO UG H     SE   TA     EMI AL.   Email:- director.sif@gmai...
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY :- RANJEETKUMAR SINGH (Student of B.Tech & Innovator) Director & founder Student Innovation Foundation(SIF) Contact no.- +919548850829/+919450608717 Email:-director.sif@gmail.com URL:www.ranjeetsinghinnovator.webs.com
  2. 2. Student Innovation Foundation (SIF) is an non profitableorganization for Students made to promoting, generating, andconceptualizing all the innovative ideas and research projectswhich then can be presented at any platform of the World. Evenif a student don’t have an innovative idea but have a firm beliefto be an innovator or techpreneur then SIF can provide a platformto them being an innovator or techpreneur, it means any kind ofactivity related to science, technology, engineering,entrepreneurship or Arts etc.
  3. 3. SIF is committed to student round the globe forproviding basic information & consultancy to theirunique innovative ideas related to their respectivefields. SIF also honor the confidentiality of eachindividual and ensures to provide information as pertheir requirements like intellectual property(patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets,industrial designs, integrated circuits, geographicalindications, traditional knowledge & plant varieties)awards, conferences, research paper writing,publications.
  4. 4. My mission to promote theinnovator and provide theplatform to represent you.So Those who are interested inresearch & development orinnovation.
  5. 5. Is all about the practical application of new inventions into marketableproducts or servicesMost of us have visions of mad inventors who come up with ideas withno practical use! Like everything else in Business Studies, we areinterested in activities that actually help a firm meet its objectives, suchas growth, profitability, increased market share or stability – so it isInnovation, rather than Invention
  6. 6. Product (or service) innovationAs the name suggests, this is all about launching new or improved products (orservices) on to the market.Advantages might include (note links to marketing)‘First mover advantage’ – which can include some of the following;Higher prices and profitabilityAdded valueOpportunity to build early customer loyaltyEnhanced reputation as an innovative companyPublic Relations – e.g. news coverageIncreased market share
  7. 7. Process innovationThis has to do with finding better or more efficient ways ofproducing existing products, ordelivering existing services.Advantages might include:Reduced costsImproved qualityMore responsive customer serviceGreater flexibilityPossible drawbacksLoss of jobs, especially if work is outsourcedNeed for re-training of workers
  8. 8. • Invention if the formulation of new ideas for products or processes New scientific or technical idea, and the means of its embodiment or accomplishment. To be patentable, an invention must be novel, have utility, and be non-obvious. To be called an invention, an idea only needs to be proven as workable. But to be called an innovation, it must also be replicable at an economical cost, and must satisfy a specific need. Thats why only a few inventions lead to innovations because not all of them are economically feasible.
  9. 9. • Technology is the practical application of science.• Technology includes the skill, technique and knowledge of the manipulation of nature for human purposes, using scientific results and knowledge.• Engineers and Technologists always try to have in mind the ultimate benefit of humankind and results of their work are invariably beneficial for human purposes
  10. 10. The principal goal of an Engineer is to design, create andproduce new tools, machines and systems for practicalhuman means by exploiting technology. In order to exploit technology, the engineer appliesscientific principles to practical ends such as the design,manufacture, and operation of efficient and economicalstructures, machines, processes and systems. Thus, Engineeringis the professional art of using technology (the practicalapplication of science) for achieving the optimum conversion ofthe resources of nature for the benefit of humankind.
  11. 11. 1. Define the Problem2. Establish Research Objective3. Determine Research Design4. Identify Information Needs and Sources5. Determine Methods of Data Collection6. Design Instrument for Data Collection7. Determine Sample Plan and Sample Size8. Collect Data9. Analyze Data10. Prepare and Present Final Report
  12. 12. • Idea Generation• Idea Screening• Idea evaluation• Idea Development• Idea Commercialization
  13. 13. • Brainstorming• Copying• Conceptualization• Customization• Channelization• Mistakes• Modification (Time/Quantity/Color/Shape/Size)
  14. 14. • SELF DEVELOPMENT• SELF SATISFACTION• SELF CONFIDANCE• POSITIVE ATTITUDE• PATIENCE• TIME MANAGEMENT• GOAL SETTING• RESPOSIBILTY• MOTIVATION• 6W-1H
  15. 15. • We must have high goal in life ,otherwise , self-development has no meaning.• Self-Development is our birth-right. Nobody can take it away.• Extension is life, contraction is death. (swami Vivekanand)
  16. 16. ACTION PLAN FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT • S L -INTR P CTION EF OS E • HAVEH IGHGOALIN L E IF • P ITIVEATTITUDE OS • S L - CONF NCE EF IDE • FAITH • DEDICATION contd.
  17. 17. • COUR AGEOFCONVICTION• S ONG W LP E TR IL OW R• M IND & IT’SCONTROL• M DITATION – P AYE E R R• S EDYNAM P IL OP Y OM IC H OS H• CONS TANT P ACTICE R
  18. 18. • SL – HL , EF EP• H D AND COOP R AR E ATIVEW K OR ,• S P E E ARAND DIS L DL E IM L ,R GUL CIP INE IF ,• H IT OFS AB TUDY- L AR & ADD VAL , E N UE• P ACTICEOFM AL TH R OR ,E ICAL& S IRP ITUALVAL S UE ,• TIM M E ANAGE E M NT,
  19. 19. SEN O F RESPO SI LI , SE BI TY• S IR OFS R P IT E VICE– H ANIS UM TIC TOUCH,• LOVEOFM OTH RL E AND,• IMAGINATIVES P YM ATH M ES E P Y OR O M ATH Y,• GOOD COM ANY, P• GUIDENCEOFA GUR U,• GR ACEOFGOD.
  20. 20. • MIND YOU ! KNOW E L DGEISP E , OW R• OURATTITUDEISOURALTITUDE!!• TIM , S IL S& TR E K L AITSAR AS E . E S TS
  21. 21. Developing Self CONFIDENCE DISCOVER THE NEW ‘CONFIDENT’ YOU -be what you should be?Confidence Building and self esteemConfidence is related to self esteem and isa highly desirable weapon needed to facethe challenges of life. The bible states faithis the most important single thing you canpossess. Why? Because faith is confidencein God and in yourself. Lack of faith or selfbelief can kill any attempt at achievinganything. 
  22. 22. Confidence building - why is it important?People with high self esteem behaveconfidently. Low self esteem stops allyour efforts to be confident.Confidence matters in:• relationships• work• parenting• life skills - decision making, achieving,improving situations or circumstancesyou dont like• expressing yourself• taking up new challenges• being open to change• self improvement
  23. 23. If you lack self esteem or self-confidence you must look above for thereasons. You may be overly criticizing yourself or telling yourself negativethings like "Im bound to fail" or "Im not good enough" or even "I dontdeserve to succeed". These will make failure likely. Maybe you believe others comments about your inability to succeed oryour faults as they see them. Whats stopping you proving them wrong orchallenging their view instead of accepting it?Defend yourself. Your self esteem depends on it!If you have a poor opinion of yourself, why should others respect you?  Focus on what you have done and you can be proud of. 
  24. 24. Building ConfidenceThe most important single thing you need to be confident is to build a higheropinion of yourself.Most feelings of lack of confidence stem from some sort of comparativeinferiority to others, as perceived by ourselves. For instance in a meetingwere not confident enough to speak because we think our contribution isstupid and that others might laugh, or just that everyone is better and willcome up with ideas that are better.Its a common and typical pattern, and it can also be paralyzing and preventhappiness, confidence and success all into one.The first step therefore is to realize simply that we are all equal and we allhave equal rights in the most important of respects.The next step is to realize that you are all that you need. Thats not a crypticstatement - it means that you are complete in yourself and therefore can stopsearching for improvement, by removing hurdles to your goals thoseimprovements will happen automatically.
  25. 25. The biggest hurdle to confidence isourselves.Specifically, it is the part ofourselves that attaches FAR toomuch importance to the perceptionsthat other people have of ourselves -what they think of us.We will actively try to change andadapt to be the person you thinkothers might want you to be, butwhy should you do this?When you think about it, thats noteven logical - as it means you aretrying to become someone else.
  26. 26. How can you become more confident and successful?1. Look for a model (someone who is confident) and learn from them. W is it they do that makes them confident, how do they act? hat2. Focus on your achievements and even if you failed try to work out what you did right and how you could succeed next time3. Act as if you were confident!4. Prepare thoroughly for any task so that you can be sure you are ready5. W ork on any skills you need to do what you want, you can never be overtrained or over skilled for any challenge in life.6. Learn relaxation skills7. Always smile8. Set reachable goals for yourself 9. Reward yourself when you succeed
  27. 27. Positive Thinking and AttitudeDeveloping a “PositiveMental Attitude:positive attitude The Prerequisite to winning!”
  28. 28. Consider this list of positive habits:•I will think of myself as successful!•I will have positive expectations for everything I do!•I will remind myself of past successes!•I will not dwell on failures….I just wont repeat them!•I will surround myself with positive people and ideas!•I will keep trying until I achieve the results I want!
  29. 29. •I didn’t have time to practice •I don’t understand the tasks •I don’t have the best glider •The tasks are too daunting •I’ve got a terrible head acheList of excuses •I cant get focused today •I cant deal with the pressure •This contest isn’t important to me •I don’t have a clear frequency •I cant beat him •I don’t like to compete
  30. 30. ATTITUDE in a person is a result of:•Environment•Experiences•Education
  31. 31. Follow the following to develop a positive attitude•Change focus, look for the positive•Make a habit of doing it now•Develop an attitude for gratitude•Follow a continuous process of education.•Develop knowledge and awareness•Develop positive self esteem•Stay away from negative influences•Do things that need to be done•Start the day with a smile and a positive thought process
  32. 32. THE BAD NEWS-Negative thinkingTHE GOOD NEWS- all can be corrected with positive action. “He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run….” STOP THE BLAME GAME Avoid phrases such as: “Everyone else does it” “No one does it” “It is all your fault”
  33. 33. “Trust me, a greatPOSITIVE PERSONALITY IS ALIFE LONG ASSET, whichstays with you wherever yougo. So invest in yourself”
  34. 34. “The biggest traditionin LIFE is CHANGE.And TIME is themake and un-makerof CHANGE”
  35. 35. How much time do you waste everyday? A few minutes, a few hours? Are you working as efficiently as you can? Could you be a little more effective in your work?The answer to the last question in all probability is an YES.
  36. 36. “Work Expands to fill the available for completion”The crux of the matter is-we do not have tomanage TIME but manage OURSELVES.Time Management is managing our time,to waste less time on doing the things we have to do, so we have more time to do the things we want to do.
  37. 37. Time Management skills include:•GOAL SETTING •PLANNING•PRIORITIZING •DECISION MAKING•DELEGATING •SCHEDULING
  38. 38. H to m ow anage your time?•Don’t be a perfectionist Its all about a H abit. After scheduling•Learn to say NO becom a habit, you es can easily adjust to it, •Learn to prioritize it’s better to be precise at first.•Combine several activities
  39. 39. The big question is ….Why and How do we waste our Time???? These could be some of the reasons- •Gossip •Unclear Goals •Involved in work not because you want to do it but others want you to do it. •Too many personal phone calls at work. •Disjointed processes
  40. 40. •No fixed routine-lack ofdiscipline•Poor planning•Procrastination-habit ofpostponing important issues•Lack of focus or concentration•Lack of Training•Junk emails or habit of netchatting
  41. 41. You can achieve whatyou want to achieve ifyou’ve come to gripswith time managementand taken control ofyour time. It’s actuallytaking control of yourlife, planning, settingsmall term deadlines andfinishing your job ontime.
  42. 42. Goals must be SMARTS- SpecificM- must be MeasurableA- AchievableR- RealisticT- Time bound
  43. 43. Goal setting is a series of steps that outlines:•Starting date•Where and how to begin•Efforts•Resources•Sacrifices•Destination•Deadlines
  44. 44. Steps to turn a dream into reality: Have a definite, clear written goal. Have a plan to accomplish and write it down. Read the first two twice a weekW Don’t More People Set Goals? hy• Pessimistic attitude• Fear of failure• Fear of success• Lack of ambition• Fear of taking risks• A fear of rejection• Procrastination• Low self esteem• Ignorance of the importance of goals
  45. 45. GOAL SETTING REQUIRES:•Direction•Dedication•Determination•Discipline•DeadlinesGoals should be consistentwith our values“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when youtake your eyes off your goal. “
  46. 46. Each goal must be evaluated in lightof the following-•Is it the truth?•Is it fair to all concerned?•W it get me goodwill? ill•W it get me health, wealth and peace illof mind?•Is it consistent with my other goals?•Can I commit myself to it?
  47. 47. 1. Intense desire- keep refueling it2. Write them down as a constant reminder3. Avoid negative influences, gather support4. Follow deadlines5. Plan- looking ahead to move ahead!6. Visualize7. Persistence
  48. 48. One must believe in two premises-a) most people are good people, but they can do better; andb) Most people already know what to do to improve their lives.But, the question is….Why aren’t they doing it?
  49. 49. What’s MOTIVATION? A drive that encourages action or feeling. It encourages and inspires.Motivation persuades, convinces and propels you into action. The difference between Motivation and Inspiration: I p ira tio n is tho ug ht; m o tiva tio n is a c tio n ns
  50. 50. W is the greatest motivator? hat•Is it money?•R ecognition?•Improvement in the quality ofyour life?•Acceptance by those we love orthose whose decisions make adifference to our professionalstanding?ALL OF THESE can bemotivating forces.
  51. 51. External motivationExternal motivation comes Internal motivationfrom: Internal motivations•Money come from within, such as-•Society Approval •Pride•Fame or fear, eg. Fear ofgetting scolded by parents or •A sense of achievementfear of getting fired at work. •Responsibility•External motivation can alsotake the form of incentives, •Beliefcommission, recognition andso forth.
  52. 52. The two most important internal motivators are-1. RECOGNITION2. RESPONSIBILITYWhen people accept responsibility, everything improves:• Quality• Productivity• Relationships• Teamwork
  53. 53. W do people move from an hyinitially motivated stage todemotivated?Some of the demotivating factorsare:•Unfair criticism•Negative criticism•Public humiliation•Rewarding the non-performers(which can bedemotivating for the performers)•Failure or fear of failure•Success(which leads tocomplacence)
  54. 54. Demotivating factors•Lack of direction•Lack of measurable objective•Low self esteem•Lack of priorities•Negative self talk•Office politics•Unfair treatment•Hypocrisy•Poor standards•Frequent change•Responsibility withoutauthority
  55. 55. A few steps to motivateothers-•Give recognition•Give respect•Make work interesting•Be a good listener•Encourage goal setting•Provide opportunities forgrowth•Provide training•Throw a challenge•Help, but don’t do forothers what they shoulddo themselves.
  56. 56. • DO ONE THINGH AT A TIME.• KNOW THE PROBLEM.• LEARN TO LISTEN.
  57. 57. • LEARN TO ASK QUESTIONS.• DISTINGUISH SENSE FROM NON-SENSE.• RESILIENCE FOR CHANGE-CHANGE IS INEVITABLE
  58. 58. • ADMIT MISTAKES• SAY IT SIMPLE• BE CALM – KEEP COOL.
  59. 59. • SMILE – U R NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT SMILE ON YOUR FACE.• PLAN – DO – CHECK – ACT (PDCA)
  60. 60. W - W CHECK - HOW ? - WHO ? - WHAT ? - WHICH ? - WHEN ? - WHERE? - WHY ?
  61. 61. LEAD U TO RIGHT UNDERSTANDING.EACH ONE HAS:• STREN THS G• WEA ESS KN• O PPO RTUN TY I• THREA TS
  62. 62. 1. CARING2. SHARING3. LEARNING4. WORKING TOGATHER
  63. 63. KEEP IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NATURE.
  64. 64. 1. Project proposal Theme Objectives Consultancy Research Agency Appraisal
  65. 65. Project proposal (contd.) Design Peers Comments Pilot Work Proposal Writing Documentation Excellence
  66. 66. 2.Project Appraisal - Clarity - Feasibility - Funding - Personnel - Authenticity - Needs Analysis - Evaluation
  67. 67. • Project Appraisal (contd.) -Time Schedule -Supervision - Structures - Reporting -Documentation
  68. 68. 3.Project Programme Execution - Task Description - Time Schedule - Targets - Objectives - Personnel - Checking - Funding - Evaluation
  69. 69. 4.Project Evaluation - Self Appraisal - Peer Appraisal - Client Appraisal - Material Appraisal - Oral Appraisal - Written Evaluation - Consulting Meeting
  70. 70. 5.Project Completion R eport - Introduction - Work Done Report - Execution Report - Proposal Report - Annexure
  71. 71. interPersonaL sKiLLs“Iwill p a y m o re fo r the a bility to d e a lwith p e o p le tha n fo r a ny o the r a bility und e r the s un” “The bo tto m line is tha t a la s ting , winning c o m bina tio n re q uire s bo th c ha ra c te r a nd c ha ris m a . •Life is an echo WE GET BACK WHAT WE GIVE •Life is a boomerangBenjamin Franklin said, “When youare good to others, you are best to yourself.”
  72. 72. FACTORS THAT PREVENT BUILDING AND MAINTAINING POSITVE RELATIONSHIPS1. Selfishness2. Lack of courtesy3. Inconsiderate behavior4. Not meeting commitments.5. Rude behavior6. Lack of integrity and honesty7. Self consciousness8. Arrogance9. Conceit (since nature abhors a vacuum, she fills empty heads with conceit)
  73. 73. •Negative attitude •Unwillingness to accept the truth•Lack of listening •Past bad•Suspicious nature experience•Lack of respect for values (low morals) •Closed mind•Lack of discipline •An uncaring attitude•Lack of compassion •Greed- is like sea•Impatience water; the more you drink, the thirstier•Anger you get•Manipulating behavior •Ego- the know it all attitude•Escapist behavior To an egocentric person, the world•Touchy nature begins, ends and revolves around him.•Inconsistency
  74. 74. •THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SELFISHNESS AND SELF INTEREST Selfishness is negative and destructive It believes in the win-lose principle. Self- interest is positive.It welcomes prosperity, peace ofmind, good health and happiness. Self interest believes in win-win situations.
  75. 75. •Envy/jealousy- crab mentality Did you know that if you put a group of crabs in a box with an open top, that the crabs will stay in the box? •An open mind rather than an empty mind An open mind is flexible; it evaluates and may accept or reject ideas and concepts based on merit.An empty mind is a dumping ground for good and bad. It accepts without evaluation.•W see things not they way they are, but the way we e are. Most of the time, other people’s behavior is a reaction to our own
  76. 76. TRUST•Reliability- gives predictability and comes fromcommitment.•Consistency- builds confidence•Respect- to self and others gives dignity andshows a caring attitude.•Fairness appeals to justice and integrity.•Openness- shows a willingness to listen andshare your views•Congruence- action and words harmonize. If aperson says one thing and behaves differently,how can you trust that person?
  77. 77. •Competence- comes when a personhas the ability and attitude to serve•Integrity- the key ingredient to trust.•Acceptance- in spite of our effort toimprove we need to accept each otherwith our merits and demerits.•Character- a person may have thecompetence but if he lacks characterhe can’t be trusted.•Courage- a person who lacks couragewill let you down in a crisis.
  78. 78. Consequences of poor relationships and the lack of trust-•Stress•Lack of communication•Irritation•Close mindedness•No team spirit•Lack of credibility•Poor self esteem•Suspicion
  79. 79. •Loss of productivity•Isolation•Poor health•Distrust•Anger•Prejudice•Breakdown of morale. Uncooperativebehavior. Conflict•Frustration•Unhappiness
  80. 80. • Memory is the “Power of reproducing in the mind; former Impressions or Precepts”• Memory is the Power to revive again in our minds those ideas after imprinting , have disappeared or have been laid aside, out of sight
  81. 81. • Remembrance- involuntary or spontaneous• Recollection- volitional
  82. 82. When an idea recurs again -recurs without any special effort on our part
  83. 83. When the matter sought after by the mind can only be brought again into view with pain and endeavor
  84. 84. • Use & Exercise; Review & Practice• Attention & interest• Intelligent Association De p e nd s up o n the p ra c tic e a lo ng c e rta in s c ie ntific line s a c c o rd ing to we ll e s ta blis he d la ws .
  85. 85. • Entire work of memory is performed in the subconscious region of the mind.• Only when the subconscious record is represented to the conscious field and recollection or remembrance results, does the memorised idea or impression emerge from subconscious region.
  86. 86. Remember First, Last and Always :• Before you can remember or recollect you must first perceive.• The perception is possible only through attention.• The great Art of Memory is Attention
  87. 87. • Determine to use the will• Develop strong burning desire to acquire the art of voluntary attention• Practice this faithfully
  88. 88. • Take an Interest in the Thing you see• See it as if to repeat its details to a friend• Give a Mental Command to take note of what you are looking at
  89. 89. • Association by Contiguity - associated with sensation, thought or idea immediately preceding it & directly follows it. (Relation of Sequence)• Association by Similarity – associated with ideas, thought or sensation of similar kind occurred previously or subsequently. (Relation of Kind)
  90. 90. • First, IMPRESS• Second, ASSOCIATE• Know not only How to use Mind & Memory but also W in a particular hy, way
  91. 91. • Memory of Sense Impressions - include impression received from all five senses. (Majority through sight & hearing)• Memory of Ideas – includes memory of facts, events, thoughts, line of reasoning etc.
  92. 92. • Concentrate the W and Attention upon the objects of ill sight & see them plainly & distinctly• Practice recalling the object sometime afterward.• Begin to see with your Mind instead of Retina• Let Impression get beyond the retina into the Mind.
  93. 93. • MIND & not the EAR that really hears.• Use the WILL in the direction of Voluntary attention & interest
  94. 94. • Memorize and repeat words and thoughts• Listen to the stray scraps of conversation• Listen to the footsteps of different persons and endeavor to distinguish between them• Get some one to read a line or two of poetry or prose & endeavor to remember it.• Practice repeating the words and sounds memorised.
  95. 95. • Make a study of names – start a collection• Listen carefully to the name• Repeat the name after hearing it – to strengthen the impression
  96. 96. • Study of Physiognomy –an interest in the subject of features• Visualize the features of the faces of persons you met in the day• Visualise the features of those whom you know & draw them in your mind until able to visualize features of every one you know• Then add to the list the features of strangers you meet.
  97. 97. The Faculty of locality includes:• Cognizance of Place• Recollection of the looks of places, road, scenery, the location of objects• Where on a page, ideas are to be found& position generally• The geographical faculty• The desire to see places & the ability to find them
  98. 98. • Procure a small geography book & study direction, distances, location, shape & form of countries as a live subject of interest.• Exercise your faculty of locality & direction• Use Maps , note cardinal points by compass, directions& principal points of interst, buildings etc. when in new city
  99. 99. • For majority persons the numbers do not anything to them• Numbers are thought of only in their abstract phase and nature• Numbers are far more difficult than are impressions received from the senses of sight or sound.
  100. 100. • Recognise the source of the difficulty• Make the number the subject of sound and sight impressions• Attach the abstract idea of the numbers to the sense of impressions of sight or sound or both according to which are the best developed in one’s case
  101. 101. • Visualise the picture of the event with the pictures of the date or number• Combine the two things into a mental picture the association of which will be preserved when picture is recalled
  102. 102. • Interest• Attention• ExerciseExercise is the most important without which the others fail.
  103. 103. REMEMBERLet figures and numbers“mean something” to you and the rest will be,merely, a matter of detail.
  104. 104. • Memory of Tunes-Falls into the class of ear impressions• Memory of Notes- Falls into the category of eye-impressions
  105. 105. • Take an active interest in all that pertains to the sound of music• Take every opportunity for listening to good music• Endeavour to reproduce it in the imagination or memory• Endeavour to enter into the spirit of the music until it becomes part of you.• The more music “means to you” the more easily you remember it
  106. 106. • Try to associate sound and vision• When you see a note hear the sound of it• When you hear a note sounded see it as it appears on the score• Combining of the impressions of both sight and sound gives you the benefit of the double sense impression, resulting in doubling your memory efficiency.
  107. 107. Best Team Work
  108. 108. A Mission To Achieve The Impossible
  109. 109. Jo Nahin Ho Sakta Hai W Kar Dikhana Hai ho
  110. 110. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. - Henry Ford
  111. 111. Coming Together Is A Beginning• Instill a sense of belonging• Deal firmly with indiscipline• Treat all members as equals• Make competence the sole yardstick• There is no ‘I’ in the word ‘Team’• Appreciate small successes• Discourage a self-centered attitude• Handle conflict decisively• Promote team bonding
  112. 112. Coming together is a beginning.Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. - Henry Ford
  113. 113. Keeping Together Is Progress• Train intensely and tirelessly• Stretch beyond the limit• Emphasize team work alone• Give constructive feedback• Assert your authority• Keep the mission constantly in focus• Be willing to make sacrifices for the greater goal• Take opposition in your stride• Know when to step back• Attitude is more important than skill• Be magnanimous
  114. 114. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress.Working together is success. - Henry Ford
  115. 115. Working Together Is Success• Let failure be a stepping stone, not a stumbling block• Allow no player to be bigger than the team• Focus on the process as much as the result• Keep moving forward one challenge at a time• Make strategy and planning the keys to victory• Change tactics in line with the challenge• Believe in your team• Boost confidence• None of us is as strong as all of us• Trust makes all the difference• Remain calm even in a crisis• Play to win• Let the team bask in the glory
  116. 116. An Inspirational Leader can build a Winning Team
  117. 117. A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did What you can do• Instill a sense of belonging• Deal firmly with indiscipline• Treat all members as equals• Make competence the sole yard stick• There is no ‘I’ in the word ‘Team’• Appreciate small successes• Discourage a self-centred attitude• Handle conflict decisively• Promote team bonding
  118. 118. A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did What you can do• Train intensely and tirelessly• Stretch beyond the limit• Emphasize teamwork alone• Give constructive feedback• Assert your authority• Keep the mission constantly in focus• Be willing to make sacrifices for the greater goal• Take opposition in your stride
  119. 119. A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did What you can do• Attitude is more important than skill• Be magnanimous• Let failure be a stepping stone• Allow no player to be bigger than the team• Focus on the process as much as the result• Keep moving forward• Make strategy and planning the keys to victory
  120. 120. A Mission To Achieve The ImpossibleWhat Kabir Khan did What you can do• Change tactics in line with the challenge• Believe in your team• Boost confidence• None of us is strong as all of us• Trust makes all the difference• Remain calm even in a crisis• Play to win• Let the team bask in the glory
  121. 121. With the best leaders, when the work is done, the task accomplished, the people will say,“We have done this ourselves”. - Lao Tzu
  122. 122. I A Y QUERY/SUG G ESTI NF N OPLEA CO N CT M THRO UG H SE TA EMI AL. Email:- director.sif@gmail.com ranjeetsingh.singh09@gmail.com www.ranjeetsinghinnovator.webs.com

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