V9 profile: 9 characters to Victory - the Mindset of Productivity increase – Tim Wade

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{April 2011 update: Phone number is now: +65 8268 3670}
V9 is a profile tool developed by Tim Wade to raise individual self-awareness of their behaviour, mindset and character within particular life or business roles. Once a person is aware and understands where they are on the V9 model, they can begin to take steps to shift to more empowering and valuable character types and mindsets.
Tim Wade introduces the nine V9 profile characters and the 4 mindsets, and introduces core personality types and strengths and challenges faced by each.

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V9 profile: 9 characters to Victory - the Mindset of Productivity increase – Tim Wade

  1. 1. V9 profile: 9 characters to Victory<br />The mindset of Productivity increase – Tim Wade<br /> © 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  2. 2. About V9<br />V9 is a profiling tool to help leaders and team members raise their level of self-awareness about their own behaviours, attitudes & thinking styles that either support or hinder their ability to grow, produce & perform<br />Productivity can be hindered by negative mindsets, and increased by helping team members and leaders to shift to a mindset of victory<br />V9 explains 4 mindsets that underlie 9 character types.<br />Our goal is to operate with the mindset of the Victor, by oscillating between the 4 character types of Victors<br />This presentation introduces the 9 characters of V9 and the disciplines each character needs to shift to (or stay in) the Victor mindset<br />For more, go to www.TimWade.com<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />2<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />V9<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  4. 4. The Leader<br />4<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  5. 5. The Leader<br />5<br />Knowledge, Talent & Experience with which to guide others toward a Vision. Leaders master 5 key elements:<br /><ul><li> Strategic Leadership
  6. 6. Financial Leadership
  7. 7. Sales Leadership
  8. 8. Operational Leadership
  9. 9. Talent Leadership</li></ul>Success challenges the Leader with the lure of ego.<br />Failure challenges the Leader with the temptation of resignation.<br />Disciplines:<br />Servant leadership: develop your people, their vision and capabilities.<br />Seek mastery.<br />Give purposefully.<br />Stay true to your purpose & people.<br />Take action with integrity: Walk your Talk.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  10. 10. The Follower<br />6<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  11. 11. The Follower<br />7<br />Good team player<br />Able to execute and complete<br />tasks as instructed.<br />Believe and support a Leader<br />Do not have a clear purpose or mission of their own<br />Can be overwhelmed by Fear.<br />Risk: they follow the wrong Leader<br />Success challenges the Follower with the dependency and fear.<br />Failure tempts the Follower to blame for self-protection.<br />Disciplines:<br />Increase self-awareness.<br />Develop self.<br />Get vision.<br />Increase security: financial, network<br />Ask questions. Learn.<br />Seek and you shall find.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  12. 12. The Seeker<br />8<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  13. 13. The Seeker<br />9<br />A purposeful action taker.<br />Driven to find solutions.<br />Askers of questions with the intention to learn, grow & apply the answers.<br />Success leads the Seeker to develops their vision, understanding and leadership.<br />Tempted by hoarding acquired knowledge and resources.<br />Risks distraction an inaction from an oversupply of information.<br />Disciplines:<br />Apply learned knowledge. Take guided intelligent action. <br />Seek purpose development.<br />Measure your increase in your capability to Lead and Develop others, and how to be effective and effectively Give.<br />Ask, learn, synthesize, share.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  14. 14. The Loner<br />10<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  15. 15. The Loner<br />11<br />Excellent ability to produce and deliver results.<br />Confident, but arrogant. Ego costs emotional connection.<br />Unaware of their self-centredness and exploitation of others.<br />Others abandon them for all but pure business transactions.<br />Fail when promoted to people-connection positions.<br />Shifts when a significant event shatters self-image of invincibility.<br />Disciplines:<br />Increase self-awareness.<br />Build interpersonal community.<br />Forecast failure & strategize collaboration.<br />Share credit. Do not feed the ego. Communicate with “we” not “I”.<br />Ask for help. Act for a greater good.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  16. 16. The Taker<br />12<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  17. 17. The Taker<br />13<br />Strong sense of self, but selfish.<br />Fearful of loss or missing out.<br />Fear causes them to be impulsive and emotionally isolated.<br />Knows what they want, but it is not what they need.<br />Risks holding on to resources which would better serve others and themselves if they made it available. They then lose out on opportunities which further drives their Taker behaviour.<br />Disciplines:<br />Release attachment to ownership.<br />Release need for control.<br />Learn to give gratefully.<br />Use resources or share them for a worthwhile cause. Donate.<br />Widen exposure to community service and giving.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  18. 18. The Destroyer<br />14<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  19. 19. The Destroyer<br />15<br />Blames.<br />Poor sense of self.<br />No clear purpose for any greater good, but finds purpose and meaning in trying to destroy others.<br />Self-saboteurs.<br />Defend their actions through blame and criticism, and can be socially and emotionally isolated.<br />Productive if output helps them maintain their position or provides them with ammunition.<br />Disciplines:<br />Increase self-awareness.<br />Take personal accountability.<br />Seek purpose development.<br />Find a mentor who develops them.<br />Change language patterns.<br />Look for positive in people and circumstances.<br />Be grateful.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  20. 20. The Sufferer<br />16<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  21. 21. The Sufferer<br />17<br />Excellent communicators.<br />Takes on too much to please, but gets stressed when cannot deliver.<br />Says yes to everything and delivers little. Ineffective. Justifies.<br />Satisfies themselves on being busy.<br />Gives excuses for poor completion.<br />The Sufferer serves a greater good at the sacrifice of self.<br />Fails to see that if self was preserved, their service to the greater good could be greater.<br />Gets exploited.<br />Disciplines:<br />Focus on completion.<br />Develop decision-making skills.<br />Get organised, prioritised.<br />Release fear of not being liked.<br />Learn to say “no”.<br />Learn to delegate.<br />Be profitably productive.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  22. 22. The Giver<br />18<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  23. 23. The Giver<br />19<br />Generous. Selfless. Strong moral code.<br />Gives their time, talents and resources.<br />Believes in, and serves, a greater good.<br />Motivated by recognition, reciprocation or responsibility.<br />Risks resource depletion leading to ineffectiveness and a potential character shift to Taker or Sufferer.<br />Is liked, can be exploited, needs to develop inner strength.<br />Disciplines:<br />Give effectively and with purpose.<br />Define personal giving rules.<br />Give a portion to self and family.<br />Strategize a way to increase giving beyond own resources.<br />Increase negotiation and sales skills.<br />Learn to increase value delivered to increase giving result.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  24. 24. The Developer<br />20<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  25. 25. The Developer<br />21<br />Builds people, systems and communities.<br />Teach, coach, mentor, trainer, educate and facilitate to achieve measurable growth in the people in their care.<br />Create the conditions that support growth.<br />Serve the greater good through the positive development of others.<br />Risks include over-commitment, loss of team, loss of vision, loss of enthusiasm, out-dated content.<br />Disciplines:<br />Create conditions for others’ growth with questions and challenges.<br />Succession plan. Replace yourself. Develop others to surpass you.<br />Release your seekers to lead.<br />Invest in recharging yourself.<br />Seek new insights, develop, share.<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  26. 26. 22<br />V9<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />
  27. 27. Shift your people to Victors.<br />IncreaseProductivity.<br />Be Victorious.<br />Take Action.<br />Read the article, get more details, book Tim Wade at www.TimWade.com<br />Or call: +65 6220 8682<br />© 2010 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com<br />

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