Thriving through Work: tips and tools

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Thriving through Work: tips and tools

  1. 1. Thriving through work:tips and toolsJudy McLennanjudy@judymclennan.com.auwww.judymclennan.com.aum. 0407 733 841
  2. 2. Thrive: prosper, flourish; grow ordevelop well; grow vigorouslyJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 1
  3. 3. Thriving load upJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 2
  4. 4. For thrivingPause frequentlyRefresh regularlyReduce a littleRelate moreRecalibrate oftenReward generouslyRe-craft for youJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 3
  5. 5. Pause frequentlyJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 4
  6. 6. Pause Stop, Clear, Move OnJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 5
  7. 7. Refresh regularlyJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 6
  8. 8. Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 7Were not meant to operate likecomputers. Human beings aredesigned to pulse betweenspending/renewing energy.Tony Schwartz
  9. 9. What are 3 ways you could lunchand refresh away from the desk?Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 8
  10. 10. Reduce a littleJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 9
  11. 11. Examples of Tolerations• Needing new glasses for screen work• A meeting which always running overtime• Not exercising enough• 700 emails in my inbox• The 2nd drawer on the filing system clunky• Being slow using new software as haven’t had timeto do the training• The Christmas decorations still on cubicle wall• Overdue for a holidayJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 10
  12. 12. What are you tolerating/putting upwith?Challenge yourself – write 10 thingsJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 11
  13. 13. Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 12Relate more
  14. 14. During the break – ask your colleagues1. What are ways you reward yourself?1. What are you looking forward to inthe next 2 weeks?Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 13
  15. 15. Relate Negative 3:1Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 143:1Positive
  16. 16. What 3 ways you might buildrelationship capital in your team?Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 15
  17. 17. Recalibrate oftenJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 16
  18. 18. Xxxx’s Methodology for dealing with difficult situations -ground feet and tap my toes (I’m not out of my depth)slow breathnot so important that I forgot what I was going to sayMantra: it’s a jump to the leftonly you can do ittrust the processit’s only a thoughtjust allowit’s not about meJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 17Recalibrate me
  19. 19. What might your 3 steps be forrecalibrating?Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 18
  20. 20. Reward generouslyJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 19
  21. 21. How might you reward your colleaguesin a non-material way?Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 20
  22. 22. RE-craft for youJudy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 21
  23. 23. Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 22
  24. 24. Judy McLennan judy@judymclennan.com.au m.0407 733 841 23

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