The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking

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How many times have we been fed sorry and repetitive excuses for bad or delayed results? All too often, people paint themselves as victims; blaming other people or the circumstances around them for their problems or failures. Though some say that they know their responsibilities and the repercussions of their own actions, many of us know that this is simply lip-service.

This type of behavior often leads to many other undesirable traits, such as: aversion or confusion to change, lack of trust, negative conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability, and inattention to results.

“The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking” will teach participants how to take control of their own actions by moving with purpose and initiative. This influential course is ideal for helping participants improve their competency in managing change and taking responsibility for their life in order to quit passing the blame to others. So, by changing the way participants respond to challenges, focus on time, and think about change, “The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking” will help them pave their own path to success in the workplace and, eventually, in their own lives.

OBJECTIVES:

By attending this course, participants will be able to:

1. Identify their purpose and reasons for working and utilize this realization to motivate themselves at work.
2. Describe proactive thinking and differentiate it from reactive and predictive thinking.
3. Enumerate the elements of proactive thinking and demonstrate how these elements can be used in the workplace and in life
4. Identify and discuss the process to solution-based thinking
5. Measure their goals and objectives set a deadline for each of them
6. Manage their time effectively and prioritize their tasks
7. Employ and utilize all the lessons learned in this course to the workplace

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The Dynamics of Proactive Thinking

  1. 1. the dynamicsof proactive thinking copyright © 2014 by: boom san agustin
  2. 2. identify your reasons for working, and use these reasons to drive your work describe proactive thinking and differentiate it from reactive and predictive thinking enumerate the elements of proactive thinking and demonstrate how these elements can be used in the workplace and in life identify and discuss the process to solution-based thinking manage your time effectively,prioritize your tasks and implement your own deadlines employ and utilize all the lessons you have learned in this course to the workplace
  3. 3. youand your job
  4. 4. activity rate your company info@ourknowledge.asia
  5. 5. hereare your instructions
  6. 6. activity why i joined my company (introductions) info@ourknowledge.asia
  7. 7. hereare your instructions
  8. 8. what did you discover
  9. 9. knowyour purpose
  10. 10. proactive thinking
  11. 11. activity proactive personality test info@ourknowledge.asia
  12. 12. the test is in your manual
  13. 13. now,let’s score your tests
  14. 14. for numbers: 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 15, and 18… subtractyour answer from the number 6 6 - your answer = N
  15. 15. for all the rest, leave them as is
  16. 16. what was your total
  17. 17. now,let’s discuss proactivethinking
  18. 18. proactive thinking
  19. 19. activity proactive versus reactive info@ourknowledge.asia
  20. 20. hereare your instructions
  21. 21. reactive people
  22. 22. proactive people
  23. 23. proactivebehavior versus determinism
  24. 24. some samples of determinism…
  25. 25. genetic
  26. 26. social
  27. 27. environmental
  28. 28. activity elements of proactive behavior info@ourknowledge.asia
  29. 29. hereare your instructions
  30. 30. let’s discuss the elements ofproactive thinking
  31. 31. predicting
  32. 32. preventing
  33. 33. planning
  34. 34. participating
  35. 35. performing
  36. 36. activity the traffic predicament info@ourknowledge.asia
  37. 37. the activity is in your manual
  38. 38. what did you learn
  39. 39. how would you apply it to your work
  40. 40. activity in the workplace info@ourknowledge.asia
  41. 41. hereare your instructions
  42. 42. what did you discover
  43. 43. solution-basedthinking
  44. 44. activity mystery of the black island treasure info@ourknowledge.asia
  45. 45. hereare your instructions
  46. 46. what did you learn
  47. 47. so,let’s answer those questions
  48. 48. who foundthe treasure
  49. 49. what happened to the treasure
  50. 50. who has the treasure now
  51. 51. hereare the steps to solution-basedthinking
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  59. 59. time management
  60. 60. activity tasks in time info@ourknowledge.asia
  61. 61. hereare your instructions
  62. 62. what did you learn
  63. 63. urgent not urgent importantnotimportant time management quadrant
  64. 64. managing time is all about S.C.O.P.E.
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  70. 70. activity prioritize this info@ourknowledge.asia
  71. 71. hereare your instructions
  72. 72. what did you learn
  73. 73. let’s talk about time stealers
  74. 74. but how do you manage interruptions
  75. 75. managing interruptions
  76. 76. two time management techniques
  77. 77. the pomodorotechnique
  78. 78. the 18 minutes technique
  79. 79. video the sands of time info@ourknowledge.asia
  80. 80. what did you learn from the video
  81. 81. that was just a teaser for our courseon proactivethinking
  82. 82. to find out more about this workshop contactus here…
  83. 83. +63-917-593-1494 info@ourknowledge.asia +63-2-213-8944
  84. 84. or connectwith us on…
  85. 85. www.OurKnowledge.Asia www.Linkedin.com/Company/Our-Knowledge-Consulting-Asia- www.Facebook.com/OurKnowledgeAsia www.twitter.com/OurKnowledgePH

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