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  • 1. BRAIN MODE® power Connecting the Power Within to Highest and Best Performance Cognitive Thinking Modes Highly Integrated Presented by: Sequential Global Sensory Modes Sharon Wingron, CPLP - Visual - Kinesthetic Sensory Inputs Your PEOPLE Development Partner! - Auditory Wings of Success LLC Productivity Highest and Best Performance Excellence www.developPEOPLE.com Performance Learning Communication 9 Fs FINISHED FILES ARE FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY EXPERIENCE OF MANY YEARS OF WORKING YEARS OF WORKING FOCUSED FOLKS FOCUSED FOLKS 1
  • 2. Today’s Purpose Today’s Agenda The Century of the Brain • Self Awareness of Learning & Thinking Principles Styles NLP & Accelerated Learning • Introduce Tools for Professional Success Sensory Modes Thinking Modes • Consider Organizational Applications Your BRAINMODE®power Assessment Scores and Statistics Professional Development Application Tools & Activities Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. The Century of the BRAIN BRAIN MODE Influences • Work smarter, not harder • How you prefer to: – Learn • Out-think, out-learn, out-create – Think – Work • What you: • Leveraging brain power #1 success factor – Communicate – Enjoy doing “Knowing your strengths in how you learn and think and – Pay attention to acting on this knowledge, is the key to performance.” – Remember Peter Drucker – Select as careers Management Challenges for the 21st Century Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Principles NLP and Accelerated Learning Neuro-Linguistic Accelerated Learning • Everyone's BRAIN MODE power is unique Programming (NLP) • People are smarter and • Modes are learning and thinking styles • Neuro – sensory inputs more capable than they create thought think • Mode preferences are diverse patterns/experience • Limiting beliefs limit our • Preferences can be measured reliably • Linguistic – language performance and quality • No style combination is better than another imprints to provide of life experience • Remove barriers to • The power comes from leveraging strengths • Programming – steps to quicken and expand • All modes can be strengthened create desired outcome learning Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. ??? Activity • How do you approach learning? • Pick a partner – New project at work • Choose Person A and Person B • Person A – explain to Person B how to get to – Topic you are studying in school your house from work – New technology/equipment to use – 3 minutes • Person B – explain to Person A how to get to the airport from work – 3 minutes • Discuss how your learning and thinking styles came in to play in this discussion – 4 minutes 3
  • 4. Did you … Sensory Modes • Draw a picture? • Take in information • Visual (V) • Use your hands to “assist” the communication • Express yourself – See and Show process? • Give exact mileage? • Mode Sequence • Auditory (A) • Describe landmarks such as stores, restaurants, – Primary – Hear and Tell or other visual indicators? – Secondary • Kinesthetic (K) • Talked out loud to your “friend”? – Tertiary – Do and Demonstrate • Saw the drive in your mind? • Started with an overview of the drive (e.g., “it will take about 15 minutes… or I live in Clayton…)? • Gave step-by-step, detailed instructions? Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Visual Auditory  See information  Hear information  Draw, doodle, take notes  Listen  People watch  Discuss, debate  Color  Ask questions  Organization  Think about meaning  Visualize of words Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. Kinesthetic Thinking Mode Functions Left Hemisphere - Right Hemisphere -  Move Sequential Global  Hands-on • Language • Imagination  Demonstrate • Possibilities & options • Math & numbers  Dress for comfort • Forms & patterns • Logic & analysis • Visual & spatial  Direct experience • Sequence & order • Rhythm & music • Words of a song Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Sequential Global  Organized  Big picture  Logical  Possibilities & options  Accurate  Visionary  Data  Broad goals  Analysis  Multi-tasks  Single tasks Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. BRAIN MODE® power Integrated Connecting the Power Within to Highest and Best Performance Cognitive Thinking Modes Highly Integrated Sequential Global  Combination Sensory Modes  Sequential - Visual Sensory - Kinesthetic Inputs  Global - Auditory Productivity Highest Performance and Best Excellence Performance Learning Communication Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODE®power Assessment BRAINMODE®power • Based on scientific research The only assessment system that: • 3 on-line products in English & Spanish • Quantifies & tracks learning and thinking patterns 1. Professional Development – Foundational 2. Team Development • Delivers customized tools for productivity, learning, communications and problem solving 3. Sales Success • Provides the management tools to develop • Focus on individual, team and organizational: learning and thinking as an organizational • Productivity competence • Learning • Communication Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. BRAINMODE®power Since you took the online for Professional Development Report Sections assessment… • How have you experienced your 1. Part I – Your Profile Summary BRAINMODE®power at work? 2. Part II – Your Profile Interpretation • What have you noticed? – What have you observed? 3. Part III – Your Application Tools – What have you felt? – What have you heard? • What questions do you have? Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Sensory Modes Sequences and Scores  Highest Score – Primary Mode BRAIN MODE power Sensory Mode Data  Preferred way to first take in information  What you prefer to pay most attention to AKV VAK AVK 4% 3% KVA 7%  Next Highest Score – Back-Up Mode KAV  Helps sort, organize and integrate information VKA KVA  Motivates us to action VKA VAK 51% AVK 27% KAV AKV  Lowest Score – Creative Mode 8%  What you pay least attention to  Unconscious/sub-conscious mode  Creative breakthroughs K = Kinesthetic; V = Visual; A = Auditory Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. Thinking Mode Scores BRAIN MODE power Thinking Mode Data  Most people have a combination of Sequential and Global scores G G Global S Highly Global 16% HG  High Scores = High Preferences 25% HG HI Highly Integrated 6% HS Highly Sequential  Close Scores = Integrated Thinking HI I Integrated IS 11% IG Integrated, leaning G HS 21% IG I Integrated, leaning S 6% IS 14% 1% S Sequential Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODE®power Application Tools 1. Leveraging Thinking Mode power Application Tool Strategies Productivity 2. Creating Effective Environments • Take responsibility and control of your success 3. Improving Communication • Starts with self-awareness of your strongest BRAIN MODE BRAINMODE®power traits and assets 4. Accelerating Learning power Cornerstones • Start now with where you are 5. Accessing Creativity • Leverage your strongest modes Communication Learning • Grow and expand modes to grow Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 8
  • 9. Application 1 Productivity Principles Use BRAINMODE®power worksheet • Work and learning environments affect performance – Review strategies from categories • Remove distractions that block performance representing your strongest modes • Create environments that align with what you have to do • Divide into groups by your Primary Sensory Activities Thinking Activities Thinking Mode Visual – observing Global – multi-task, creative, ideas, strategic • Pick “Thinking partner” with different Auditory – listening Sequential – single task, data, accuracy, logic Primary Thinking mode Kinesthetic – hands-on – Discuss how to work together in future Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Productivity Enhancers Distractions Sensory Environments Thinking Environments Sensory Modes Thinking Modes • Auditory • Sequential – Quiet – Formal • Auditory: random sound, • Sequential: informal settings, interruptions lack of order & logic, multi- – Interruption free – Bright light tasking, low light, too warm – Cooler temperature • Visual: unattractive • Visual – Quiet environment, clutter • Global: formal settings, lack of – Attractive – Snacks/drinks at breaks options & possibilities, single – Organized • Kinesthetic: cramped space, tasking, bright light, too cold • Global physical discomfort • Integrated: not able to see “big • Kinesthetic – Informal picture” and how pieces fit – Touch and move – Dim light together, lack of environmental – Physical comfort – Warm temperature options – Background sound – Snacks/drinks while working Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. Application 2: Environment Individual Communication Principles Review the Environment section of your • Each person has their own communication style Application Tools • Consider a specific activity you would like • Rapport and understanding increases when people receive to improve your productivity in information on their preferred wavelength or modes • “Design” the ideal space for this activity • Ask people to communicate with you on YOUR – Use drawings, words … WAVELENGTH or mode preferences – Identify a space that could fit this need Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Individual Communication Individual Communication Needs Needs • Auditory Needs Sequential Needs – Hearing instructions, direction, progress reports • Order and logic; processes and procedures – Prefer discussions, voice mail, Q/A • Prefer completing one task before beginning another • Visual Needs Global Needs – Seeing instructions, directions, progress reports • Big picture and broad goals; possibilities and options – Prefer visual material, e-mail, charts and graphs • Prefer multi-tasking and multi-level analysis • Kinesthetic Needs Integrated Needs – Doing, demonstrations, touch, movement • Variety and choices – Prefer hands-on experiences, face-to-face interactions • Want to see big picture/possibilities and sequence/logic Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. Application 3: WE LEARN Communication Refer to Tool #3 – Improving Personal • 10% of what we read Communication Effectiveness • 20% of what we hear • Review your Sensory & Thinking mode • 30% of what we see strategies • 50% of what we both hear & see • Sort into Auditory – Visual – Kinesthetic • 70% of what is discussed with another • 80% of what we personally experience • Briefly discuss strategies that work for you • 95% of what we TEACH to someone else. • Large Group report-out & requests Source: William Glasser Application 4: Accelerating Learning Accelerating Learning • Different Techniques – Review and Memorization Strategies – Sensory Mode Learning Tool Box – Thinking Mode Learning Tool Box “Symphony Review” 11
  • 12. BRAINMODE®power Principles Influences • Everyone's BRAIN MODE power is unique  How you prefer to:  What you: • Modes are learning and thinking styles  Learn  Enjoy doing • Mode preferences are diverse  Think  Pay attention to • Preferences can be measured reliably  Work  Remember  Communicate  Select as careers • No style combination is better than another • The power comes from leveraging strengths • All modes can be strengthened Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODE®power Survey Sensory Styles  Sensory Modes  Thinking Modes Learn Express  Auditory  Sequential  Visual  Global  Auditory Hearing Talking  Kinesthetic  Integrated  Sensory Mode Purpose  Thinking Mode Purpose  Visual Seeing Showing  Take in information  Process & organize  Express information  Create new possibilities  Kinesthetic Doing Demonstrating Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. Kinesthetic Visual  Move  See information  Hands-on  Draw, doodle, take notes  Demonstrate  People watch  Dress for comfort  Color  Direct experience  Organization  Visualize Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Auditory Sensory Mode Needs Kinesthetic Learners Need: • Doing, demonstration, touch, movement • Hands-on experiences, face-to-face interactions  Hear information • Physical comfort and movement • Slower vocal speed  Listen Visual Learners Need:  Discuss, debate • Seeing instruction, directions, reports • Visual material, e-mail, charts & graphs • Attractive and organized environments  Ask questions • Medium to high vocal speed  Think about meaning Auditory Learners Need: • Hearing instructions, directions, reports of words • Discussions, voice mail, lectures, questions/answers • Quiet, interruption free environments • Even tempo vocal speed Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. Thinking Mode Functions Sequential Left Hemisphere Right Hemisphere (Sequential) (Global)  Organized  Logical • Language • Imagination • Math & numbers • Possibilities & options  Accurate • Logic & analysis • Forms & patterns  Data • Sequence & order • Visual & spatial  Analysis • Words of a song • Rhythm & music  Single tasks Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Global Integrated  Big picture  Combination  Possibilities & options  Sequential  Visionary  Global  Broad goals  Multi-tasks Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 14
  • 15. Thinking Mode Needs Thinking Style Environments Sequential Thinkers Need: Global Thinkers Need: • Sequential Tasks • Global Tasks – Quiet – Background sound • Order and logic • Big picture and broad goals – Formal furniture – Informal furniture • Processes and procedures • Possibilities and – Cool temperature – Warm temperature options • Schedules and – Bright light – Dim, adequate light timetables • General concepts and impressions – Intake during breaks – Intake while working • Data and statistics • Open ended projects • Completing one task before beginning another • Multi-tasking • Formal environments • Informal environment Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Application 4b – Accelerating Learning Refer to Tool #4 – Accelerating Learning • Select something challenging you need to learn or want to learn. Write it down. • Think about and write down the WIIFM. • Select strategies from multiple categories representing your strongest modes. 15
  • 16. Accessing Creativity Accessing Creativity • Whole brain receives up to 10,000 bits of information/second Auditory Visual Kinesthetic • Conscious brain remembers and processes 40 bits/second Environment: Quiet Organized Comfortable Interruption Free Attractive Move and Touch • 9,960 bits/second goes into unconscious/sub-conscious Turn-Off: Visual: Close eyes Auditory: Silence Auditory: Silence • What you pay least attention to is your Creative Mode or or or Kinesthetic: Be still Kinesthetic: Be still Visual: Close eyes • Use your Creative Mode to access stored information in your unconscious Activities: Talk aloud to self Draw, doodle Physical activities Discussions Visual material Walking, traveling Listening Photographs Sports, meals Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODE®power Application Tools Application 5: Accessing Creativity 1. Leveraging Thinking Mode power Productivity 1) Lateral Body Cross-overs 2) Listen Differently 2. Creating Effective Environments • Left hand to right knee • Eyes closed 3. Improving Communication • Right hand to left knee • Hands silent or doodling BRAIN MODE 4. Accelerating Learning power (Silently or With Music) Cornerstones 5. Accessing Creativity Communication Learning Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 16
  • 17. BRAINMODE®power Team Profile In Closing … • The greater the diversity, the greater the potential “In a world that is constantly changing, • Assets of all learning & thinking styles there is no one subject that will serve • How to communicate with team members you for the foreseeable future, let • Tools to increase productivity alone for the rest of your life. The most important skill to acquire now is • How to assign tasks and projects learning how to learn.” ....John Naisbitt Copyright 1994 – 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Thank You Sharon Wingron, CPLP Your PEOPLE Development Partner! Wings of Success LLC www.developPEOPLE.com 636.451.4925 sharon@wingsofsuccess.com 17