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CIMI
By: JONALYM M. SHENTON
CIMI
IDENTIFYING & UNDERSTANDING
ONESELF
DEVELOPING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE
UNDERSTANDING AND ACHIEVING
SUCCESS
DEVELOPING STRESS
MANAGEMENT
DEVELOPING TIME MANAGEMENT
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CIMI
We all want to be successful—for our peers,
family our simply for ourselves. But the
desire to be successful isn’t enough. Success
needs lot of confidence and trust in oneself
and a great personality.
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CIMI
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Personality is what we perceive
in our minds. What is inside, the
thought, or the conflict inside
contribute greatly to our physical
appearance. There’s a certain
image that we hold on ourselves,
that is what we projected outside.
Personality is what you are and
your identity
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CIMIA man is identified by his personality – public image.
It is the totality of the person and not merely external
looks, but character, behavioral traits and attitude
towards life.
Personality development – is the improvement of
behavioral traits such as communication skills,
interpersonal relationships, attitude towards life and
restoring our ethics.
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CIMI
Before you start to
working on your
personality. You need to
understand yourself.
Identify your strengths
and weaknesses. This will
enable you to focus on
what part you need the
maximum attention
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Answer the question and documents your attribute, like, dislikes etc. and reflect on what stares back at you.
What are your strength and limitation?
What would you excel at?
What you like best about your self?
What is that you need to do to bring in tremendous positive
influence in your life?
What make you happy?
What would you like to change the most to yourself?
What are your most proud of achieving in life?
What do you wish you always had?
Where and how you looking for it?
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CIMI
Basic Types of PersonalityThe Leader
Positive traits
People with such personality are usually very
independent, direct to the point. They have
an entrepreneurial streak and don’t mind
taking the risk in order to achieve what they
want. They enjoy change and are very
focused and intensive.
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Basic Typesof Personality
The Leader
Negative traits
One of the bigger fears such people
face is routine. Regular activity and
schedule bores them. They’re also very
fast in what they do, and expect the
same intensity from others as well.
This can make them appears
insensitive.
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Basic Typesof Personality
The Socializes ( Extrovert)
Positive traits
The socializers would love to travel and
be a part of the groups, and are often the
centre of attention. They are often
excited and demanding as a result of
being high energy type. They love the
limelight and the hype. They are direct
in their approach.
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CIMI
Basic Typesof Personality
The socializer ( Extrovert)
Negative traits
It is important for the personality to be
liked by others and can hurt easily if
they think someone doesn’t care for
them. They can be fickle minded and
emotionally weak.
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Basic Typesof PersonalityThe hermit ( Introvert)
Positive traits
The typical introvert personality doesn’t like change.
They prefer to have set of guidelines to follow and they
won’t mind doing the same things over and over. They
often are very happy and content with themselves and
life in general. They are usually punctual and consistent.
Negative traits
As they tend to keep to themselves, such people come
across as shy and arrogant. They are usually disturbed by
new challenges which can affect the efficiency of their
work.
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Basic Typesof PersonalityThe Perfectionist
Positive traits
These people thrive on detail, accuracy and take just
about everything seriously. They are usually very neat
and very calculated and precise in everything they do.
They’re consistent in everything they do because
everything has an order or procedure; thus they can
be predictable at times and often very dependable.
They are deep, thoughtful , and usually very sensitive.
They know how and why things are the way they are
rather than taking anything at place value.
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Basic Typesof Personality
The Perfectionist
Negative traits
Don’t expect them to make decision
real quick, as it will only come after
they have checked all the facts and
are satisfied that everything is correct
. They spent too much time with
details which can affect the work
schedules.
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MANAGING YOURSELF
Self Knowledge is the beginning
of self improvement
CIMI
MENTAL
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ASPECTS
OF
PERSONALITY
SPIRITUALPHYSICAL
PROFESSIONAL
CIMI
TAKE
YOUR
PROBLEMS/LIFE
AS YOUR
PROJECTS
IT WILL
GIVE YOU STRENGTH
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YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WHO
CAN USE YOUR ABILITY
WHICH IS YOUR MOST
IMPORTANT RESPONSIBILITY
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PERSONALITY TEST
This can identify:
Value system
Emotional reaction to a critical situation
Moods and characteristic behavior traits.
Maturity in handling a crisis.
Ability to adjust himself to the stress of day-to-day
executive lifestyle.
Self-confidence, personal ambition, emotional control
and sociability etc.
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10 Ways To Improve Your Personality
Here are some ways we can accomplish this: 
1. Be a better listener.
being an exceptional listener. Look at the eye of a person,
hang on their every word, and make them feel important.
There is nothing more appealing than having someone
listen to you intently making you feel like you're the only
person in the world.
2. Read more and expand your interests.
The more you read and cultivate new interests, the
more interesting you are to others. When you meet new
people it gives you the opportunity to share what you know
and to exchange your views with them.
3. Be a good conversationalist.
This relates to how much you read and know. Once you have much
to contribute, learn how to talk about it with others. No one can
read about or know everything, so it's refreshing to learn from
others those things we don't have the time to about read ourselves.
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10 Ways To Improve Your Personality
4. Have an Opinion.
A conversation has nowhere to go if you have
nothing to expound on. If, however, you have
an uncommon point of view or differing
opinion, you are more interesting and
stimulating to be with socially. A unique
outlook expands everyone's perspective.
5. Meet New People.
Make the effort to meet new people especially
those unlike you. It not only exposes you to
different cultures and alternative ways of doing
things, it broadens your horizons.
6. Be yourself.
Molding yourself in order to fit in, or be
accepted, usually backfires. Since each of us
is unique, expressing that uniqueness is what
makes us interesting.
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10 Ways To Improve Your Personality
7. Be supportive of others.
Being supportive is probably the most
endearing quality you can integrate
into your personality. Just as you
yourself welcome it, be the support for
others when they need it. We all love
a cheerleader in our corner; someone
who is encouraging, believes in us and
helps pick us up when we're down.
8. Have Integrity and treat people
with respect.
Being honest and true to your word will
bring you the admiration, respect and
gratitude of others. Nothing improves
a person's personality more
than integrity and respect - respect for
others, as well as respect for yourself.
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10 Ways To Improve Your Personality
 
9. Have a positive outlook and attitude.
Who wants to be around people who are negative,
complain a lot, or have nothing good to say? In
fact, most of us run when we see them coming.
Instead, be the kind of upbeat person who lights
up a room with your energy when you enter it. Do
it by looking for the best in people and things.
Smile warmly, spread good cheer, and enliven
others with your presence.
 
10. Be fun and see the humorous side of
life.
Everyone enjoys the company of someone who
makes them laugh, or smile, so look for
the humorous, quirky side in a situation - there
always is one. When you can add fun and
lightheartedness to an otherwise dull or gloomy
setting, others will naturally be attracted to you,
not to mention grateful.
Coffee/Life
CIMI
BODY LANGUAGE
Body language communicates
much more than words. Body
language signals are called
‘leakages’ because you may
try to tell something, but the
truth will leak out visually.
CIMI
AVOID SUCH BODY LANGUAGECrossed arms or legs
Carrying books or papers across your chest
Slumped posture
Sitting perched on the edge of the chair
Wringing hands
Tapping foot
Rocking legs
Drumming fingers
Biting nails
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Fiddling with the jewelry or hair
Covering your mouth with your hand while
talking
Rocking in your chair
Scratching a lot
Clearing your throat too much
Straightening your tie
Playing with watch or cufflinks
Hands in the pocket
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LOOKING AGGRESSIVE
Arms folded across the chest
Staring
Pointing
Making a fist
Leaning over someone
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BEHAVING RUDELY
Working when someone is talking to you
Puffing
Tollering
Smirking
Whispering
Cracking knuckles
Grooming yourself’
Standing too close
Packing up folders and papers well before the meeting is
over
Shaking hands too hard or limp handshakes
CIMI
LEADERSHIP QUALITIES
Courage
Self-control
A keen sense of justice and fairness
Definiteness of plans
The habit of doing more than being paid for
A pleasing personality
Sympathy and understanding
Mastery of details
Willingness to assume full responsibility
Cooperation
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PERSONAL QUALITIESaccurate
adaptable
astute
can work under pressure
careful
committed
competent
cooperative
courteous
CIMI
‘People’ EtiquetteCommunicate openly. Communicate
ideas and requests clearly.
Conversational taboos: Tasteless jokes,
politics, religion, finances, family
tragedy, health, life’s disappointments…
Safe topics: Sports, Cultural events,
food and local attractions, books,
movies, vacation ideas…
Being late regularly shows selfish and
disrespectful behavior.
CIMI
Business Meeting Etiquette
• Host should send a 
planned agenda ahead of 
time with clear objectives.
• Start and stop on time. 
Don’t wait for latecomers.
• Meetings should be 
focused on topics related 
to overall strategies. 
• Allow all participants to be 
involved. Encourage 
participation. 
• Encourage challenge. This 
is where the best ideas 
arise. 
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GROOMINGGood grooming is the essential basic, so invest as
much time as you need in front of the mirror before
you go out. Then forget about how you look. It's not
smart to be fussing over yourself in a meeting.
Important parameters are:
Hair Care
Nails
Skin Care
Odour
CIMI
   Dress for Success
Dress for the job you 
want, not the one you 
have…
Return on 
Investment?
Buy an iron. 
Don’t be 
afraid to ask 
for guidance. 
Special Event? 
It’s OK to ask 
what to wear. 
CIMI
Introducing Stress Management
There are very many proven skills that we can use to manage stress. These help us to
remain calm and effective in high pressure situations, and help us avoid the problems of
long term stress.
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"stress is not necessarily something
bad – it all depends on how you take
it. The stress of exhilarating, creative
successful work is beneficial, while
that of failure, humiliation or infection
is detrimental."
CIMIManaging Stress
Create Calm in Your Career
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Reactions to Stress------These are the "fight or flight"
Our brains then release stress hormones that prepare the body to
either "fly" from the threat, or "fight" it. This energizes us, but it also
makes us excitable, anxious, and irritable.
Signs of Stress
Everyone reacts to stress differently. However, some common
signs and symptoms of the fight or flight response include:
Frequent headaches.
Cold or sweaty hands and feet.
Frequent heartburn, stomach pain, or nausea.
Panic attacks.
Excessive sleeping, or insomnia.
Persistent difficulty concentrating.
Obsessive or compulsive behaviors.
Social withdrawal or isolation.
Constant fatigue.
Irritability and angry episodes.
Significant weight gain or loss.
Consistent feelings of being overwhelmed or overloaded.
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Consequences of Stress
Stress impacts our ability to do our jobs effectively, and it affects how we
work with other people. This can have a serious impact on our careers, and
well as on our general well-being and relationships.
The first step in managing stress is to understand where
these feeling are coming from.
a stress diary
>to identify the causes of short-term or frequent
stress in your life. As you write down events,
think about why this situation stresses you out.
>to understanding the causes of short-term
stress in your life.
>give you an important insight into how you
react to stress, and they help you to identify the
levels of pressure at which you prefer to
operate. (After all, a little bit of pressure can be
a good thing!)
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MANAGING ONE
SELF AND THE
STUDENTS
MANAGING TIME
MANAGING
STRESS
Managing Your Time
Your workload can cause stress, if you
don't manage your time well. This can be a
key source of stress for very many people.
CIMI
Without Time Management, nothing
is possible, with Time Management
all things are possible. Time is the
most precious possession of the
human race. Time does not wait for
any body who so ever is a person
either a manager or a worker. One
who kills time, kills his and his
company progresses.
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1. Failing to Keep a To-Do List
2. Not Setting Personal Goals
3. Not Prioritizing
4. Failing to Manage Distractions
5. Procrastination- postpone doing something
6. Multitasking- tendency lack of concentration
7. Taking on too Much- too many projects and commitments (lead to poor performance, stress, and
low morale.
8. Thriving on "Busy“-The narrowly-met deadlines (What an adrenaline buzz!)
9. Not Taking Breaks- Try to take a five minute break every hour or two. And make
sure that you give yourself ample time for lunch – you won't produce top quality work if
you're hungry!
10. Ineffectively Scheduling Tasks- All of us have different rhythms, that is, different
times of day when we feel most productive and energetic.
You can make best use of your time by scheduling high-value work during your peak time, and
low-energy work (like returning phone calls and checking email), during your "down" time.
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10 Common Time Management Mistakes
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Beat Work Overload. Be More Effective. Achieve More.
Time Management for Teachers
Time management for teachers helps
teachers meet the demands of their job.
With papers to grade and classes to
prepare, teaching can feel overwhelming.
Time management for teachers saves you
time without compromising the quality of
your teaching.
Teachers face unique time management
issues.
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Teacher time management can be broken up
into:
fixed classroom times in which you are
teaching and
the one to three hours a day that you have
outside of class in which you need to do
routine administrative tasks, make phone
calls, and prepare lesson plans.
An important part of a teacher's job is to
prepare materials and to be available for
students and parents outside of classroom
hours.
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Time management for teachers will:
provide you with stress relief and greater
job satisfaction
increase your efficiency and effectiveness
in the classroom
give you more time and improve the quality
of your lessons.
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This makes time management for teachers important for
you and your students.
Four teacher time management tips.
These include:
Plan your workday
Focus on your important and urgent activities
Organize yourself and your workspace
Misbehaving students
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Thank You
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Personality development jonzshen

  • 2. CIMI IDENTIFYING & UNDERSTANDING ONESELF DEVELOPING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE UNDERSTANDING AND ACHIEVING SUCCESS DEVELOPING STRESS MANAGEMENT DEVELOPING TIME MANAGEMENT 2
  • 3. CIMI We all want to be successful—for our peers, family our simply for ourselves. But the desire to be successful isn’t enough. Success needs lot of confidence and trust in oneself and a great personality. 3
  • 4. CIMI 4 Personality is what we perceive in our minds. What is inside, the thought, or the conflict inside contribute greatly to our physical appearance. There’s a certain image that we hold on ourselves, that is what we projected outside. Personality is what you are and your identity
  • 6. CIMIA man is identified by his personality – public image. It is the totality of the person and not merely external looks, but character, behavioral traits and attitude towards life. Personality development – is the improvement of behavioral traits such as communication skills, interpersonal relationships, attitude towards life and restoring our ethics. 6
  • 7. CIMI Before you start to working on your personality. You need to understand yourself. Identify your strengths and weaknesses. This will enable you to focus on what part you need the maximum attention 7
  • 8. CIMI Answer the question and documents your attribute, like, dislikes etc. and reflect on what stares back at you. What are your strength and limitation? What would you excel at? What you like best about your self? What is that you need to do to bring in tremendous positive influence in your life? What make you happy? What would you like to change the most to yourself? What are your most proud of achieving in life? What do you wish you always had? Where and how you looking for it? 8
  • 9. CIMI Basic Types of PersonalityThe Leader Positive traits People with such personality are usually very independent, direct to the point. They have an entrepreneurial streak and don’t mind taking the risk in order to achieve what they want. They enjoy change and are very focused and intensive. 9
  • 10. CIMI Basic Typesof Personality The Leader Negative traits One of the bigger fears such people face is routine. Regular activity and schedule bores them. They’re also very fast in what they do, and expect the same intensity from others as well. This can make them appears insensitive. 10
  • 11. CIMI Basic Typesof Personality The Socializes ( Extrovert) Positive traits The socializers would love to travel and be a part of the groups, and are often the centre of attention. They are often excited and demanding as a result of being high energy type. They love the limelight and the hype. They are direct in their approach. 11
  • 12. CIMI Basic Typesof Personality The socializer ( Extrovert) Negative traits It is important for the personality to be liked by others and can hurt easily if they think someone doesn’t care for them. They can be fickle minded and emotionally weak. 12
  • 13. CIMI Basic Typesof PersonalityThe hermit ( Introvert) Positive traits The typical introvert personality doesn’t like change. They prefer to have set of guidelines to follow and they won’t mind doing the same things over and over. They often are very happy and content with themselves and life in general. They are usually punctual and consistent. Negative traits As they tend to keep to themselves, such people come across as shy and arrogant. They are usually disturbed by new challenges which can affect the efficiency of their work. 13
  • 15. CIMI Basic Typesof PersonalityThe Perfectionist Positive traits These people thrive on detail, accuracy and take just about everything seriously. They are usually very neat and very calculated and precise in everything they do. They’re consistent in everything they do because everything has an order or procedure; thus they can be predictable at times and often very dependable. They are deep, thoughtful , and usually very sensitive. They know how and why things are the way they are rather than taking anything at place value. 15
  • 16. CIMI Basic Typesof Personality The Perfectionist Negative traits Don’t expect them to make decision real quick, as it will only come after they have checked all the facts and are satisfied that everything is correct . They spent too much time with details which can affect the work schedules. 16
  • 17. CIMI 17 MANAGING YOURSELF Self Knowledge is the beginning of self improvement
  • 20. CIMI YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN USE YOUR ABILITY WHICH IS YOUR MOST IMPORTANT RESPONSIBILITY 20
  • 21. CIMI PERSONALITY TEST This can identify: Value system Emotional reaction to a critical situation Moods and characteristic behavior traits. Maturity in handling a crisis. Ability to adjust himself to the stress of day-to-day executive lifestyle. Self-confidence, personal ambition, emotional control and sociability etc.
  • 22. CIMI 22 10 Ways To Improve Your Personality Here are some ways we can accomplish this:  1. Be a better listener. being an exceptional listener. Look at the eye of a person, hang on their every word, and make them feel important. There is nothing more appealing than having someone listen to you intently making you feel like you're the only person in the world. 2. Read more and expand your interests. The more you read and cultivate new interests, the more interesting you are to others. When you meet new people it gives you the opportunity to share what you know and to exchange your views with them. 3. Be a good conversationalist. This relates to how much you read and know. Once you have much to contribute, learn how to talk about it with others. No one can read about or know everything, so it's refreshing to learn from others those things we don't have the time to about read ourselves.
  • 23. CIMI 23 10 Ways To Improve Your Personality 4. Have an Opinion. A conversation has nowhere to go if you have nothing to expound on. If, however, you have an uncommon point of view or differing opinion, you are more interesting and stimulating to be with socially. A unique outlook expands everyone's perspective. 5. Meet New People. Make the effort to meet new people especially those unlike you. It not only exposes you to different cultures and alternative ways of doing things, it broadens your horizons. 6. Be yourself. Molding yourself in order to fit in, or be accepted, usually backfires. Since each of us is unique, expressing that uniqueness is what makes us interesting.
  • 24. CIMI 24 10 Ways To Improve Your Personality 7. Be supportive of others. Being supportive is probably the most endearing quality you can integrate into your personality. Just as you yourself welcome it, be the support for others when they need it. We all love a cheerleader in our corner; someone who is encouraging, believes in us and helps pick us up when we're down. 8. Have Integrity and treat people with respect. Being honest and true to your word will bring you the admiration, respect and gratitude of others. Nothing improves a person's personality more than integrity and respect - respect for others, as well as respect for yourself.
  • 25. CIMI 25 10 Ways To Improve Your Personality   9. Have a positive outlook and attitude. Who wants to be around people who are negative, complain a lot, or have nothing good to say? In fact, most of us run when we see them coming. Instead, be the kind of upbeat person who lights up a room with your energy when you enter it. Do it by looking for the best in people and things. Smile warmly, spread good cheer, and enliven others with your presence.   10. Be fun and see the humorous side of life. Everyone enjoys the company of someone who makes them laugh, or smile, so look for the humorous, quirky side in a situation - there always is one. When you can add fun and lightheartedness to an otherwise dull or gloomy setting, others will naturally be attracted to you, not to mention grateful. Coffee/Life
  • 26. CIMI BODY LANGUAGE Body language communicates much more than words. Body language signals are called ‘leakages’ because you may try to tell something, but the truth will leak out visually.
  • 27. CIMI AVOID SUCH BODY LANGUAGECrossed arms or legs Carrying books or papers across your chest Slumped posture Sitting perched on the edge of the chair Wringing hands Tapping foot Rocking legs Drumming fingers Biting nails
  • 28. CIMI Fiddling with the jewelry or hair Covering your mouth with your hand while talking Rocking in your chair Scratching a lot Clearing your throat too much Straightening your tie Playing with watch or cufflinks Hands in the pocket
  • 29. CIMI LOOKING AGGRESSIVE Arms folded across the chest Staring Pointing Making a fist Leaning over someone
  • 30. CIMI BEHAVING RUDELY Working when someone is talking to you Puffing Tollering Smirking Whispering Cracking knuckles Grooming yourself’ Standing too close Packing up folders and papers well before the meeting is over Shaking hands too hard or limp handshakes
  • 31. CIMI LEADERSHIP QUALITIES Courage Self-control A keen sense of justice and fairness Definiteness of plans The habit of doing more than being paid for A pleasing personality Sympathy and understanding Mastery of details Willingness to assume full responsibility Cooperation
  • 32. CIMI PERSONAL QUALITIESaccurate adaptable astute can work under pressure careful committed competent cooperative courteous
  • 33. CIMI ‘People’ EtiquetteCommunicate openly. Communicate ideas and requests clearly. Conversational taboos: Tasteless jokes, politics, religion, finances, family tragedy, health, life’s disappointments… Safe topics: Sports, Cultural events, food and local attractions, books, movies, vacation ideas… Being late regularly shows selfish and disrespectful behavior.
  • 34. CIMI Business Meeting Etiquette • Host should send a  planned agenda ahead of  time with clear objectives. • Start and stop on time.  Don’t wait for latecomers. • Meetings should be  focused on topics related  to overall strategies.  • Allow all participants to be  involved. Encourage  participation.  • Encourage challenge. This  is where the best ideas  arise. 
  • 35. CIMI GROOMINGGood grooming is the essential basic, so invest as much time as you need in front of the mirror before you go out. Then forget about how you look. It's not smart to be fussing over yourself in a meeting. Important parameters are: Hair Care Nails Skin Care Odour
  • 37. CIMI Introducing Stress Management There are very many proven skills that we can use to manage stress. These help us to remain calm and effective in high pressure situations, and help us avoid the problems of long term stress. 37 "stress is not necessarily something bad – it all depends on how you take it. The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental."
  • 38. CIMIManaging Stress Create Calm in Your Career 38 Reactions to Stress------These are the "fight or flight" Our brains then release stress hormones that prepare the body to either "fly" from the threat, or "fight" it. This energizes us, but it also makes us excitable, anxious, and irritable. Signs of Stress Everyone reacts to stress differently. However, some common signs and symptoms of the fight or flight response include: Frequent headaches. Cold or sweaty hands and feet. Frequent heartburn, stomach pain, or nausea. Panic attacks. Excessive sleeping, or insomnia. Persistent difficulty concentrating. Obsessive or compulsive behaviors. Social withdrawal or isolation. Constant fatigue. Irritability and angry episodes. Significant weight gain or loss. Consistent feelings of being overwhelmed or overloaded.
  • 39. CIMI 39 Consequences of Stress Stress impacts our ability to do our jobs effectively, and it affects how we work with other people. This can have a serious impact on our careers, and well as on our general well-being and relationships. The first step in managing stress is to understand where these feeling are coming from. a stress diary >to identify the causes of short-term or frequent stress in your life. As you write down events, think about why this situation stresses you out. >to understanding the causes of short-term stress in your life. >give you an important insight into how you react to stress, and they help you to identify the levels of pressure at which you prefer to operate. (After all, a little bit of pressure can be a good thing!)
  • 40. CIMI 40 MANAGING ONE SELF AND THE STUDENTS MANAGING TIME MANAGING STRESS Managing Your Time Your workload can cause stress, if you don't manage your time well. This can be a key source of stress for very many people.
  • 41. CIMI Without Time Management, nothing is possible, with Time Management all things are possible. Time is the most precious possession of the human race. Time does not wait for any body who so ever is a person either a manager or a worker. One who kills time, kills his and his company progresses. 41
  • 42. CIMI 1. Failing to Keep a To-Do List 2. Not Setting Personal Goals 3. Not Prioritizing 4. Failing to Manage Distractions 5. Procrastination- postpone doing something 6. Multitasking- tendency lack of concentration 7. Taking on too Much- too many projects and commitments (lead to poor performance, stress, and low morale. 8. Thriving on "Busy“-The narrowly-met deadlines (What an adrenaline buzz!) 9. Not Taking Breaks- Try to take a five minute break every hour or two. And make sure that you give yourself ample time for lunch – you won't produce top quality work if you're hungry! 10. Ineffectively Scheduling Tasks- All of us have different rhythms, that is, different times of day when we feel most productive and energetic. You can make best use of your time by scheduling high-value work during your peak time, and low-energy work (like returning phone calls and checking email), during your "down" time. 42 10 Common Time Management Mistakes
  • 43. CIMI 43 Beat Work Overload. Be More Effective. Achieve More. Time Management for Teachers Time management for teachers helps teachers meet the demands of their job. With papers to grade and classes to prepare, teaching can feel overwhelming. Time management for teachers saves you time without compromising the quality of your teaching. Teachers face unique time management issues.
  • 44. CIMI 44 Teacher time management can be broken up into: fixed classroom times in which you are teaching and the one to three hours a day that you have outside of class in which you need to do routine administrative tasks, make phone calls, and prepare lesson plans. An important part of a teacher's job is to prepare materials and to be available for students and parents outside of classroom hours.
  • 45. CIMI 45 Time management for teachers will: provide you with stress relief and greater job satisfaction increase your efficiency and effectiveness in the classroom give you more time and improve the quality of your lessons.
  • 46. CIMI 46 This makes time management for teachers important for you and your students. Four teacher time management tips. These include: Plan your workday Focus on your important and urgent activities Organize yourself and your workspace Misbehaving students

Editor's Notes

  1. Hair Care: Keep your hair clean, neat, and flattering to your facial contours: make sure your hair is controlled, out of your eyes, and, if you dye your hair, make sure you have no other-color roots showing. Nails: The nails should be cut appropriately and must be filed Skin care: It is important for both men and women to apply moisturizer to preserve your skin Odour: Apply a good deodorant so that you smell good all the time. Avoid after-shave cologne or perfume which carries beyond your own nose. Take suitable care of health and hygiene. Wear appropriate jewelry: men may wear a watch and school ring, and women may wear small earrings, a watch, a ring, a simple necklace or pin--nothing dangling or noisy. Use “The Rule of Thirteen”: count every item of accessories—including buttons—and stop at 13.