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Presentation, Sydhavnen, SEP27-2011

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"Det vil oftest være værdifuldt at knytte en udefrakommende coach til talentet. en coach kan vedholdende styrke talentet i at reflektere over egne følelser og reaktionsmønstre og skabe yderligere personlig vækst. Coachen kan sikre, at talentet fastholder den udvikling især af personlige kompetencer, der er afgørende for at kunne bevæge sig med succes i organisationen"

"Et talent sætter i højere grad end andre medarbejdere egne mål, egen udvikling og muligheder i centrum"

"Et talent skal kunne se sig selv dybt i øjnene og fremme sin egen modning. Talentets indre modning er en hjørnesten i talentudvikling, og måske den mest udfordrende for talentet. Indsigt i efne reaktionsmønstre og funktionsmåder er langt mere krævende at opnå - og måske også smertelige"

"For at kunne frigøre sit fulde potentiale og modne talentet er det nødvendigt, at et talent tør kigge ind i sig selv og spørge: Hvordan bliver jeg passioneret? Hvordan viser jeg at jeg vil tage ejerskab? Hvordan finder jeg mod til at afprøve mine egne grænser?Har jeg den nødvendige tillid til mig selv til at kaste mig ud i udfordringerne? Hvilke stopklodser i mit indre forhindrer mig i at nå mine mål?"

"Når i som organisation ønsker at opdyrke jeres egne talenter, kan i med stor fordel koble en ekstern coach på talentet, udover den nærmeste leder"

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Presentation, Sydhavnen, SEP27-2011

  1. 1. From Self Confidence to self esteem….empowerment of a high achiever<br />1<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  2. 2. From self confidence to self esteem( Fraselvtillidtilselvværd )<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Talent coach<br />Leadership coach<br />Salesman and marketeer<br />44<br />Married<br />2 boys<br />Passions<br /><ul><li>Personal development
  4. 4. Travelling
  5. 5. Hockey</li></ul>Thomas Friisnæs<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  6. 6. High achievers<br />Primary strength is self confidence<br />Performance driven by self confidence<br />The individual within the team<br />Highest wish: more performance<br />Self confidence is fragile<br />Self confidence is grounded in self esteem<br />4<br />But whatarethese terms?<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  7. 7. 5<br />Means to perform<br />WHY<br />Burning<br />platforms<br />True drivers<br />Clear goals<br />SOLID<br />Selfconfidence<br />Overview–priority–focus - decisiveness<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  8. 8. Exercise<br />What have you achieved the past 5 years?<br />Looking back to September 27th 2006 and till NOW<br />Top 3<br />Positive<br />3 minutes<br />6<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
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  10. 10. SelfesteemSelfconfidence<br />Underlying<br />Goal (surface)<br />Externalrecognition<br />Internalrecognition<br />BEINGS<br />DOINGS<br />Your merits<br />Dine ”bilkort”<br />Being in the performance<br />Beyourself<br />Break yourcomfortzone<br />(and develop)<br />Stay in yourcomfortzone<br />Accepts thatwe do everythingwe<br />can, with the resourceswe have<br />Must beperfect<br />Wants to correct the world<br />Accepts that the world is perfect<br />Knowbest<br />Knowsthat I candevelop<br />Time for reflection<br />Alwayson the move<br />Constantlytowards new goals<br />Present in the now<br />Definesowndreams<br />Pursueothersdreams<br />Maturing<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
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  13. 13. Don’tjudgeothers
  14. 14. Show courage - Break yourcomfort zone, playwithout limits
  15. 15. Enjoyyourowncompany
  16. 16. Admitthatyou’re vulnerable
  17. 17. Makeyourownpersonal mental contract -
  18. 18. Set yourgoals– and rewardyourself
  19. 19. Acceptyour present situation (and moveon)
  20. 20. Acceptyourpast - yourweaknesses– and focusonyourstrengths–NOTES FROM YESTERDAY
  21. 21. Don’tbetooserious, everyonecanmake a mistake
  22. 22. Loveyourself–you’reunique
  23. 23. Praiseyourselfwhenyousucceed–HOW CAN YOU DO IT?
  24. 24. Visualizeyoursuccess–rolemodelling</li></ul>friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
  25. 25. Selfesteemexercises - II<br /><ul><li>Focusonyourqualities, take a strength test
  26. 26. Strengthen the faith in yourself
  27. 27. Sayno–move from respect to selfrespect
  28. 28. Practiceyourability to accept
  29. 29. Take chances – it is OK to makemistakes
  30. 30. Practiceyourselfpep-talk
  31. 31. Learn to recognize at berecognized (for whatyouare, not whatyou do)
  32. 32. Meetotherswith a smile, a firm handshake and look the intotheireyes
  33. 33. Showgratitude and appreciation, whenyou’rerecognized
  34. 34. Don’t brag
  35. 35. Don’tfocusonprobems and negativity in yourconversations. Think positive thoughts
  36. 36. Seemistakes as a tool to improve and learn
  37. 37. Respond to pressure by increasingyouractivitylevel
  38. 38. Say it whenyoudisagree</li></ul>friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
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  46. 46. 19<br />friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />Questions? Comments?<br />
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  49. 49. Is thereon time
  50. 50. Alwayslistening
  51. 51. Admitsflaws
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  53. 53. Eyeflashers
  54. 54. Late for meetings
  55. 55. Interrupts
  56. 56. Neverwrong
  57. 57. Beenthere– done that</li></ul>friisnaes.com - performancemaster.com<br />
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  59. 59. Developdirecteyecontact
  60. 60. Generateenergywithyou
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  62. 62. Pamper yourself
  63. 63. Model successfulpeople
  64. 64. Do your SWOT analysis
  65. 65. Focus og yourfeelings and emotions
  66. 66. Have an attitude of gratitude
  67. 67. Practice positive affirmations
  68. 68. Practicevisualisations
  69. 69. Mind your negative thoughts
  70. 70. Make a descisiontoday to change
  71. 71. Shiftyourfocus
  72. 72. Youdon’t have to beperfect all the time</li>

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