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THE POWER OF THINKING IN MANAGEMENT

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This presentation is about The Power of Thinking in Management. Much of your success as a manager will depend on your “people skills” the relationships you have with peers, employees, and company leaders.
To succeed, you will need to earn the respect of all these groups. You must now learn to “think like a manager,” as well.

This presentation is about The Power of Thinking in Management. Much of your success as a manager will depend on your “people skills” the relationships you have with peers, employees, and company leaders.
To succeed, you will need to earn the respect of all these groups. You must now learn to “think like a manager,” as well.

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THE POWER OF THINKING IN MANAGEMENT

  1. 1. THE POWER OF THINKING IN MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY, Buvaneswari P, Lallawmzuala H, Praveena K, Shylee M K, Undrakonda Hari Babu, Vinodh Kumar, MBA (DMS), PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. POSITIVE THINKING What’s this.? What’s this.? • Positive thinking is a mental attitude in which you expect good and favorable result • Positive thinking is the process of creating thoughts that create and transform energy into reality
  3. 3. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF • Have Faith in your ability • Self confidence leads to self realization • Believing in yourself is the first secret to success • Don’t compare yourself with others • Love yourself
  4. 4. THE WAY TO HAPPINESS YYOOUU A ARREE T THHEE M MAANNUUFFAACCTTUURREERR O OFF Y YOOUURR O OWWNN H HAAPPPPININEESSSS ! !!!!! 1. Keep your heart free from hate 2. Your mind from worry 3. Live Simple 4. Expect Little 5. Give Much 6. Fill Your Life with Love 7. Scatter Sunshine 8. Forget yourself ,Think of others.
  5. 5. THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF POSITIVE THINKING • Increased life span • Lower rates of depression • Lower levels of distress • Greater resistance to the common cold • Better psychological and physical well-being • Reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease • Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress
  6. 6. NEGATIVE THINKING • Most people find it easier to think in a negative way than in a positive manner. It seems that some effort is needed to think positive thoughts, whereas negative thoughts come easily and uninvited. This has much to do with education and the environment one has been living in.
  7. 7. IDENTIFYING NEGATIVE THINKING
  8. 8. NEGATIVE SELF TALK POSITIVE THINKING I've never done it before It's an opportunity to learn something new. It's too complicated I'll tackle it from a different angle I don't have the resources Necessity is the mother of invention I'm too lazy to get this done I wasn't able to fit it into my schedule, but I can re-examine some priorities It's too radical a change Let's take a chance No one bothers to communicate with me I'll see if I can open the channels of communication I'm not going to get any better at this I'll give it another try.
  9. 9. HOW TO CHANGE • Each time you catch yourself thinking a negative thought, change it into a positive one • If you catch yourself visualizing failure, switch to visualizing success • If you hear yourself repeating negative words, switch to positive ones • Open your mind to positive attitude, happenings and events
  10. 10. RATIONAL THINKING • Feelings of inadequacy • Worries that your performance in your job will not be good enough • An anxiety that things outside your control will undermine your efforts • Worries about other people's reactions to your work
  11. 11. NEGATIVE AFFIRMATION  FEELINGS OF INADEQUACY – Have you trained and educated yourself as well as you reasonably should to do the job? – Do you have the experience and resources you need to do it? – Have you planned, prepared and rehearsed appropriately? If you've done all of this, then you've done everything that you should sensible do. If you're still worried, are you setting yourself unattainably high standards for doing the job?
  12. 12. Conti…  WORRIES ABOUT PERFORMANCE Do you have the training that a reasonable person would think is needed to do a good job? Have you planned appropriately?  Do you have the information and resources that you need?  Have you cleared the time you need, and cued up your support team appropriately? Have you prepared thoroughly? If you haven't, then you need to do these things quickly. If you have, then you are well positioned to give the best performance that you can.
  13. 13. Conti…  PROBLEMS WITH ISSUES OUTSIDE YOUR CONTROL Have you conducted appropriate contingency planning? Have you thought through and managed all likely risks and contingencies appropriately? If so, you will be well prepared to handle potential problems.  WORRY ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE'S REACTIONS If you have put in good preparation, and you do the best you can, then that is all that you need to know. If you perform as well as you reasonably can, and you stay focused on the needs of your audience, then fair people are likely to respond well. If people are not fair, then this is something outside your control.
  14. 14. POSITIVE AFFIRMATION  FEELINGS OF INADEQUACY "I am well trained for this. I have the experience, the tools, and the resources that I need. I have thought-through and prepared for all possible issues. I can do a really good job.“  WORRIES ABOUT PERFORMANCE "I have researched and planned well for this, and I thoroughly understand the problem. I have the time, resources and help that I need. I am well prepared to do an excellent job."
  15. 15. Conti…  PROBLEMS WITH ISSUES OUTSIDE YOUR CONTROL "We have thought about everything that might reasonably happen, and have planned how we can handle all likely contingencies. Everyone is ready to help where necessary. We are very well placed to react flexibly and effectively to unusual events.“  WORRY ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE'S REACTION "I am well-prepared and am doing the best I can. Fair people will respect this. I will rise above any unfair criticism in a mature and professional way."
  16. 16. TIPS • If you find it difficult to look at your negative thoughts objectively, imagine that you are your best friend or a respected coach or mentor. Look at the list of negative thoughts. Imagine that they were written down by someone you were giving objective advice to, and think about how you'd challenge these thoughts.

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