Cognitive Behaviour Coaching For Young Leaders


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Cognitive Behavior Coaching has been a novel and promising mode of corporate training. Cognitive Behavior models were proved clinically as well as using brain Imaging studies. This model has been well adapted and incorporated to corporate psychological training. This programme could surpasses the shortfalls of most of the available corporate training programmes.

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Cognitive Behaviour Coaching For Young Leaders

  1. 1. COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR COACHING FORCOACHING FOR YOUNG LEADERS Dr. Renjan Roy Mathew Clinical Psychologist & Head Research & Development Department MedVista 1
  2. 2. Break the ice!!! (c) 2 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  3. 3. (c) Watch this video 3 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
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  5. 5. This time you have to Observe it (c) Watch this video 5 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  6. 6. (c) 6 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  7. 7. This time you have to Analyse it (c) Watch this video 7 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
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  9. 9. Find out the thoughts Traffic Police Old man Aggressive man Playing boys (c) Playing boys Young man & Beautiful ladies Politicians Little master 9 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  10. 10. Analysis 3 aspects Mind- body (c) Thoughts, emotions, actions 3 aspects of human psych 10 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
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  12. 12. Cognitive behaviour thrust Thoughts Thoughts (c) Thoughts leads to feelings Thoughts leads to actions 12 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  13. 13. A 16 yrs old girl wrote a letter to her aunt Take perspectives •Parents Read out the letter (c) Take perspectives of each group involved Discuss in groups •Parents •Girl •Boy •Elders •Boy’s friends •Girl’s friends 13 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  14. 14. Leaders present group’s perspective Open discussion (c) Conclusions 14 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  15. 15. Cognitive Information Processing (c) Processing 15 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  16. 16. Childhood experience Schemas Assumptions & Core beliefs (Normally Dormant) Critical life situations- activate schemas Negative automatic thoughts (c) Negative automatic thoughts Negative feelings Behaviour Bodily changes More negative thoughts 16 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  17. 17. Situation (c) 17 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  18. 18. 3 people waiting for bus All have to reach on time Situation (c) All have to reach on time Driver didn’t stop Next bus only after 30 min No alternate means of transport 18 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  19. 19. •Became sad, said this happened to me many times, when ever I have to catch up some thing on time I fail, Its coz. of me the driver didn’t stopped Mr. A •Became angry, started shouting, abusing driver, system, wife, throw his bag, red hot!!! Mr. B (c) Mr. B •Upset but said mentally that any way I have to wait 30 min for the next bus, I ‘ll have breakfast at the nearby hotel, I have to convince my boss, next time I should be ready to face situations like this Mr. C19 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  20. 20. Why different people respond differently (c) respond differently 20 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  21. 21. The ABC of Realistic Thinking (c) Realistic Thinking 21 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  22. 22. The ABC of Realistic Thinking A •Activating Event or Action (c) C •The Consequences Eg. •The bus not stopping for you •Is presumed to lead to •Feeling angry, depressed, anxious or happy 22 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  23. 23. The ABC of Realistic Thinking A • Activating Event or Action • Is presumed to lead to B • Your Beliefs or thoughts • Results in (c) B C • The Consequences Eg. • “I‘ll be late for an important meeting” • “Nothing goes right for me” • “This is a good thing to happen” 23 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  24. 24. Have fun (c) Have a break 24 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
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  26. 26. Why you need to think realistically Leaders: How do they think? How realistic their thoughts are? (c) How realistic their thoughts are? How well they understand a situation? LEADERS Think rationally, act purposefully, deal effectively We are human beings not animals! We all have the capacity to think rationally! 26 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  27. 27. Cognitive Restructuring: Changing the way you think 1. Learn to identify your thoughts in response to events & the interpretation you make 4 STEPS (c) 2. Learn to challenge/ objectively/ reasonably 3. Restating unrealistic or unhelpful thoughts in a way that better reflects the reality of the situation 4. Generate more helpful thoughts in to practice 27 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  28. 28. Identify Your Thoughts Habitual unrealistic thoughts STEP 1 (c) • Automatic • Distorted • Unhelpful • Involuntary28 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  29. 29. Awareness of an Object Mindfulness (c) Awareness of an Object •Draw an object •Pay attention to details •Redraw & compare 29 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  30. 30. Attending to the Thinking Process • To enhance awareness of how we are the Mindfulness (c) • To enhance awareness of how we are the producers of our own thoughts • Close your eyes and say to yourself, I wonder what my next thought is going to be. Then become very alert and wait for the next thought. Be like a cat watching a mouse hole. What thought is going to come out the mouse hole? Try it now. 30 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  31. 31. Identify Your Thoughts Work Backwards (c) Use any feelings of anxiety, fear, discomfort •There must be some underlying thought that caused the feeling 31 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  32. 32. Identify Your Thoughts How do I feel What has been happening recently Ask yourself (c) What has been happening recently What do I think about myself What do I think about the other person What do I think about the situation? 32 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  33. 33. A situation where you over reacted You felt uncomfortable/ panicky Write down Imagine (c) Write down A B C Activating event/ situation Beliefs/ Thoughts Consequences/ Feelings 33 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  34. 34. Challenge Your Thoughts What is the evidence What alternative views are there STEP 2 (c) What alternative views are there How likely is it How much would it really matter Am I making errors of thinking 34 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  35. 35. Errors of thinking! Catastrophizing Jumping to conclusions Overgeneralization All-or-none thinking (c) Mind reading Discounting or disqualifying the positives Mental filters or focusing on the negative The fortune teller Personalization & omnipotence Should statements 35 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  36. 36. Based on what you have learned Challenge your unhelpful/ negative thought/ beliefs/ assumptions Challenge (c) beliefs/ assumptions A B C Challenging Activating event/ situation Beliefs/ Thoughts Consequences / Feelings Alt., errors, 36 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  37. 37. Restating Your Thoughts Unhelpful/ unrealistic •“I must..” •I’ve got to •What if…that would be unbearable Wishful •It’ll work out •I don’t care that Realistic/ Helpful •I would like very much to •I would prefer not to •I will do STEP 3 (c) unbearable •I could not stand it if… •I will do everything I can do •If things don’t go the way I want, I might be disappointed but I dno’t have to be overanxious or depressed 37 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  38. 38. Generate more helpful thoughts in to practice "Practice without Theory is blind, Theory without STEP 4 (c) blind, Theory without practice is sterile" •Karl Marx 38 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  39. 39. Watch this video Go ahead! (c) You are the LEADER 39 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
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  41. 41. When the going gets tough (c) the tough keeps going 41 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew
  42. 42. Thank you (c) Call or write to me +91- 9447917475 42 (c)Dr.RenjanRoyMathew