managers, CEOs, HR personnel, Boards, Directors, Clergy
chances of success
|Whether starting a
new division, launching a new program, introducing a new
policy, or blending with another business (acquisition, merger), a Leap of Faith alone isn't good
- Learn the particular stages
of major change
- How to prepare yourself and
- What to expect
- How to minimize friction
- How to nip resistance in the
- Who's Voted Most Likely to
- Dealing with the aftermath
- How to frame positively
You need more than a wing
and a prayer; more than your Spidey necklace for good luck.
All MAJOR CHANGES require
preparation and involve predictable stages and development angst.
This presentation takes a look
at the universals of all MAJOR CHANGES and the emotional
intelligence competencies that apply. Learn how to prepare
yourself and others to make the transition as easy and successful
Having problems with mobbing at your organization? No, mobbing
is not illegal. Nor is a "hostile environment." But
is it any way to treat
people, or your customers, or clients ... it relates ... and is it the
want your organization to run. If you'd like to change "the way
are done around here, try an Emotional Intelligence Program. It
the focus off the dispute at hand, providing a middle ground, and a new
'frame'. EMAIL ME if you'd
Let's look on the bright side ...
cute little graphic for what is probably THE
MOST SERIOUS TOOL your business or organization
Change your attitude, change your
altitude -- optimists are WINNERS. It's a learned
attitude -- their lives are no better and no worse than yours!
|Optimism is the facilitator
of emotional intelligence, and it can be learned, and your EQ is
much more important to your success and happiness than your IQ, so
- Optimists accomplish more
- Optimism predicts success if anything
from school, to sales, to management
- Optimists live longer, healthier lives
- Pessimists give up after a setback;
optimists come back strong
- Using Optimistic attribution as a tool
- When to use optimism, when to use
- You're the manager? Find out
when to play the optimist, when to play the pessimist
- Some jobs require
"pessimism," some require "optimism"
- How to tell who's an optimist and who
"In the first two
years on the job, salesmen who scored high for optimism sold 37%
more insurance than their more pessimistic brethren."
salesmen quit twice as often as optimists."
- New York Times
New Workshop ... CHARGE!
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF
The writings of Napoleon Bonaparte are used to illustrate the
intelligence competencies that helps leaders lead and win
In the writings of
Napoleon, if we change the words Prince, etc. to LEADER, and
change Nation, etc. to BUSINESS we have the prescription for
It's easy to get lost in
the military glory of Napoleon. What we overlook, and what
is brought out in this presentation, is that he was a Leader -
running both an army and a country - and that to do this, he
worked with people. Before all those battles we read
about, he 'met' with the troops and, if you think your
leadership is hard - he had to incite hungry men with no shoes in
sub-zero weather to go out and possibly die while
enumerating saddles, bridles, tents and jars of jelly.
(For a great account of I CAN
EITHER COUNT JARS OF RASPBERRY JAM or RUN NAPOLEON OUT OF SPAIN,
BUT NOT BOTH-cf. the Duke of Wellington, GO
is as necessary for the heart to feel as for the body to be
- Nothing goes well in a
[business] system in which words are in contradiction to
- The allies we gain by
victory, will turn against us upon the bare whisper of our
defeat. [the use of force]
- A [Leader] is always wrong
who speaks in anger. [emotional management]
- None but indolent [Leaders]
grow fat in their palaces [involvement, intentionality]
- Respect the people you
- The best policy is simplicity
and truth. [authenticity and personal power]
- A [Leader] must speak to the
eyes. It does well with the people. [interpersonal
- In [business], there is a
wide difference between promises and performance [integrity,
- To conduct [business both
internally and to the public] deep thought, profound analysis,
and the faculty of unwearied attention are necessary [focus,
- There is glory and true
greatness in raising oneself by the heart. [primal leadership]
- You cannot treat with all the
world at once. [focus, emotional management]
- Speeches pass away, but acts
remain. [authenticity, intentionality]
And on inspiring the
"troops": "Soldiers, forty centuries are
looking down upon you from these pyramids." - said to his
army before the battle of the Pyramids, July 2, 1797 [emotional
VERSION II: Examines
emotional intelligence and leadership through a
variety of famous
individuals from various cultures, fields and times
Buffett, Napoleon, Hannibal, Mother Teresa, William
Einstein, John Wayne, Queen Isabella of Spain,
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis,
Muhammed Ali, George Washington
Carver, Vince Lombardi and others.
When the seas get rough, ride the waves
DAY! MAY DAY!
today's modern instruments, we don't see this happen so
much. Do you have "today's modern
instruments"? That's what this course is all about:
TO KEEP YOUR BOAT AFLOAT WHEN THE STORMS HIT.
|There are certain
things common to all transitions. In nautical metaphor, the
properties and stages of transitions are discussed - what to do, how to cope, how
to GROW through your transitions, not just GO through them.
Learn it now ... you'll need it
later ... life IS transition!
- How to make your vessel
- Don't be a cork bobbing on
the ocean; it's a matter of physics
- Waves - trench, frequency,
- Mustering - how to prepare
for an emergency
- Tendering - aka other ways to
- What 'crew' to take with you
- Every sailor needs a
- Your anchor, your mooring
- Stabilizers ... a Good Idea
- The Winds of Change
- Life Vests - what's the
whistle? what's the light?
- Ballast ... and when to shift
- Navigation officers and maps
Make It Go Away
Be a trendsetter and bring this workshop to your
scapegoating ... mobbing ... whatever you call it, get it out of
It hurts people, destroys
morale, makes your P&P manual a travesty, undermines the credibility
of managers, may be construed as mental-mental injury or worse, a
civil tort, drives the best employees away, ruins your recruiting
efforts, and paralyzes your office with distraction and fear.
- What Mobbing is
- Voted Most Likely to Be
- Voted Most Likely to Mob
- What kind of
makes mobbing more likely to occur
- The case for collaborative
- What to do if your boss
orders you to Mob
- How it effects the individual
and the organization and what to do about it
- How to create a
psychologically safe work place
- Managers who don't care or
- Prevention v. inoculation;
treatment v. cure
SHOULD NOT BE TREATED THIS WAY. NO EXCUSES, NO EXCEPTIONS.
more arrogant than the weakness which feels itself supported by
power." ~Napoleon Bonaparte
EQ ... for all you want to do
heard it said your EQ is 7x as important to your success and happiness as
What if you have 100 employees and each of them increases their EQ?
The effect on the organization would be ...
You do the math!
IS YOUR BRAIN ON EQ!
intelligence is how we relate to others, motivate ourselves and
handle our emotions.
Emotional intelligence includes
such competencies as creativity, flexiblity, interpersonal skills,
optimism, team work, leadership, authenticity ...
Think of the possibilities if
everyone in your organization raised their EQ skill levels!
You'd have each person with a higher EQ working in a framework
where the general level of interpersonal skills had been raised so
impact could be exponential.
In this presentation, learn:
- What EQ is and why you'd want
to have it
- 14 separate competencies
- Assessment tools
- Who's got it, who doesn't
- Experts in the field
- Eine kleine neuroscience
- Why it's crucial to your
- How to operationalize
- The crucial role of coaching
- How to increase your EQ
An emotionally intelligent work
culture affects your bottom line positively. For research,
The "blackmarket" version of "information" gets
legal and gets results!
|Gut level feeling,
feminine intuition, your Inner Self, spirit guide, divine ... it's
got a million names and a lot of mystery surrounding it.
Fluff? Has no place in a
serious office? Think again. It gave:
- Einstein the theory of
- Frederick Banting, M.D., the
basis of insulin
- Elias Howe the key to the
invention of the sewing machine
- James Watson, M.D., the
molecular structure of DNA
- What is "intuition"
and where does it come from
- Who has it and who doesn't
- How to get it
- How do you know if its
intuition or fear or fantasy?
- The scientific
- The experimental research
- How to develop yours and how
and when to use it
- Implicit memory
- Different ways intuition
gives us messages
- Your surest protection
Faster than a speeding bullet
... more powerful than a mighty locomotive ... able to leap ...
it's the SUPERHERO of decision-making, 'reading' others, and
- FREE Confidence building exercises, tools and resources for a
confident new you.