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Model Personal Action Plan 2015

This Personal Action Plan compiled by a German student in November 2015 takes the exercise to a new level.

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Model Personal Action Plan 2015

  1. 1. Goals Teamwork Creating new variables Taking the initiative Finding Consensus Current skills Skills to work on Arguing Linking Listening more Imposing Conditions • Being able to differentiate the points worth arguing about and those that are not • Not getting lost in details and keeping the bigger picture in mind • Prioritizing goals relative to their values/benefits • Being able to link factors • Combine elements that do not relate to each other but still combine to make a greater whole • Having a clear landscape of factors in mind to make visual and cognitive links in on the go • Being able to seperate the emotional side from the negotiation • Have cues and reminders to alert myself when I am becoming too emotional • Develop a more rational/analytic approach • Keep patience • Not giving in too fast to the other party • Sticking to clear argumentation, even if the opposite party is getting emotional • Exerting more dominance • Call bluffs
  2. 2. • Utensils for visualisation • Colored pens • Post-its • Creativity • Discipline • Mindmapping software • University / work deadlines • Physical visualisation utensils • Cognitive visualisation techniques • Mnemonics • Creativity • Abstract Thinking • Inductive / Deductive Thinking • Standardized scenarios / boundaries • Cognitive & physical cues • Real life interactions • Non-emotional models • i.e. Numeric • Poker game strategies • Bluffing techniques • Pot value increasing techniques • Forcing the opponent to fold • Appearance to others Resources Arguing Linking Listening more Imposing ConditionsSkills to work on Goals Bigger picture Prioritizing Unrelated variables Cognitive map Seperate emotion Cues for self More dominance Identify bluffs
  3. 3. • Filtering / compressing all elements of 1 topic onto 1 sheet • Lectures • Stories • Break down projects into steps • Roadmap • Prioritize steps • Stick to plan! • Use coding (color) to make important points stand out • Cluster information learned in lectures • Commonalities • Relationships • Force content from different courses together • Use colors etc. • Easier to see relationships • Use mnemonics to have a picture in mind, not just words • Increase self- awareness on own participation • Let this trigger self- reflection when I have the urge to interrupt/respond too quickly • Is he finished? • Do others want to share their opinion? • Am I letting emotions get to my head? • Generate feedback on appearance to friends / classmates • How do I come across? • Try to learn in real life poker • How can I tell he is bluffing? • ..extract more value from him? • How can I force him to fold? Action Plan Bigger picture Prioritizing Unrelated variables Cognitive map Seperate emotion Cues for self More dominance Identify bluffsGoals Resources Visualisation utensils University deadlines Cognitive Visualisation In-Deductive thinking Standardized alerts Mental cues Poker strategies Appearance Until end of university Until end of university During all discussions Starting tomorrow

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  • LauraMason19

    Dec. 27, 2016

This Personal Action Plan compiled by a German student in November 2015 takes the exercise to a new level.

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