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1 South Dakota Air National Guard
4 Lenses SMSgt Jennifer M. Reecy 114th Fighter Wing South Dakota Air National Guard

2 Principles 2. Believe. Behave. Become!
– 60 – 20 Rule 2. Believe. Behave. Become! 3. Challenge Your Belief Systems!

3 4 Lenses Improving Combat Readiness
Raises Self-Awareness – Key to Embracing Diversity Strength & Power in Accepting Individual Differences Open, Honest Communication with Common Language Addresses Diversity of Thought Appreciate & Creates a Sense of Understanding and Involvement vs. Conflict Powerful Insight into Why People Think, Feel and Act the Way They Do

4 TOTAL STEP 3 STEP 2 STEP 1 ORANGE BLUE GREEN GOLD
SCORE SHEET Page 7 TOTAL A C B D STEP 3 STEP 2 STEP 1 ORANGE BLUE GREEN GOLD

5 TOTAL STEP 3 STEP 2 4 2 1 3 STEP 1 ORANGE BLUE GREEN GOLD
SCORE SHEET Page 7 TOTAL A C B D STEP 3 STEP 2 4 2 1 3 STEP 1 ORANGE BLUE GREEN GOLD

6 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 TOTAL
SCORE SHEET Page 7 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D B C A St TOTAL

7 SCORE SHEET Page 6/7 1. When I have to make a decision ____ a. ____ b. ____ c. ____ d. 4 3 1 2 Same process for 2-10

8 SCORE SHEET Page 6/7 1. When I have to make a decision ____ a. ____ b. ____ c. ____ d. 4 3 1 2 Same process for 2-10

9 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 TOTAL
SCORE SHEET Page 7 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D 39 B 17 C 17 A 27 TOTAL

10 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D 39 B 17
SCORE SHEET Page 7 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D 39 B 17 C 17 A 27 TOTAL 46 19 21 34

11 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D 39 B 17
SCORE SHEET Page 7 GOLD GREEN BLUE ORANGE STEP 1 3 1 2 4 STEP 2 4 1 2 3 STEP 3 D 39 B 17 C 17 A 27 TOTAL 46 19 21 34 TOTAL = 120

12 The Maturity Continuum
Interdependence Independence Dependence

13 Disclaimers Rule 1: There is no such thing as “A” anything! Rule 2: Platinum Rule! “Do unto others as they would have you do unto them!” Rule 3: Understanding temperament does not excuse poor behavior!

14 GROUP WORKTIME Brainstorm as a group

15 Diversity is our Strength!
Group Presentations!

16 HUMILITY PRIDE Maturity PATHWAYS PITFALLS  Conceptualizes
 System Planners  Competent and Consistent  Firm Minded and Fair  Authority is in being Competent  Great Visionary’s PITFALLS  Mental Gymnasts  Can miss the Immediate  Complex and Theoretical  Impersonal and Aloof  They Define Competency  Paralysis of Analysis PRIDE

17 Values: Competence, Progress, Expertise & Rational Answers
Motivation: Analysis & Ingenuity. Need to Think Communication: Skeptical and can Appear Distant. Dislike Redundancy or Small Talk Work: Analytical and Creative, Perfect an Idea and then Continue Leadership: Visionary, Solve Problems Scientifically. Surround themselves with Competent Independent Workers Recreation: Not Mentally Idle, Pursue Competence and Knowledge Childhood: Independent, Ask a lot of Questions, Experimented Education: Driven to Understand and Prefer Small Groups, Enjoy Challenging Work Love: Head Rules Heart

18 Communicating with Greens
Be competent and well prepared Avoid approaches that are black or white Allow for individual learning or in small groups Create assignments allowing analytical and creative skills Theories – not just facts Allow them to assist others with material they have mastered Rules must be flexible and reasonable Lessons need to engage the mind and be educationally sound

19 Green NT

20 Sandra Day O’Connor Approached problems analytically – not emotionally Curiosity – A need to do her job to perfection & not for praise. “The individual makes the difference, even in this increasingly populous, complex world.” Judicial independence, which separates emotion and personal opinion from fact.

21 HUMILITY PRIDE Maturity PATHWAYS  People Motivators  Empathetic
 Aware of Other’s Feelings  Persuaders See Authority Residing in personal Relationships PITFALLS  Carry / Rescue Everybody  Guilt Ridden  Avoid Conflict  Carry Grudge  Flounder Without Heroes PRIDE

22 Values: Compassion, Harmony, Integrity, Authenticity, Personal Identity, and Affection
Motivation: Self Actualization, Need to be Genuine. Compelled to Make the World a Better Place. Communication: Empathetic Listener Work: People Centered, Interactive, Creative and Harmonious Leadership: Committed to the Personal and Professional Well Being of Team Members Recreation: Involves other People, Doing Things Together Childhood: Creative and Imaginative, Gentle and Kind Education: Focus on People and their Contributions to Humanity Love: Thoughtful, Devoted, and Romantic who Wants Stimulation, Enduring and Harmonious Relationships

23 Communicating with Blues
Show you care about them personally Allow them to use their creativity Give positive personal feedback Principles – not facts Allow them to work in small teams Show your enthusiasm for the subject matter Avoid winning and losing situations

24 Blue NF

25 Mother Teresa Compassion and Love From single warrior to internationally recognized icon “The greatest disease today is not cancer or leprosy… but the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for, and unloved. “Money is not enough, for money one can get. I would like to see more people to give their hands to serve and their hearts to love.”

26 “All of us think we see the world as it is: When in reality, we see the world as we are.”
Stephen R. Covey

27 HUMILITY PRIDE Maturity PATHWAYS  Administrators
 Precision – Hierarchical Structures  Take Charge – Take Control  Hold Subordinates Accountable  Authority is in Systems / Organizations PITFALLS  Nitpicker  Rigid  May do the Wrong thing to Stay on Schedule or Follow Orders  Mostly Critical of what is Wrong  Upward Accountability PRIDE

28 Values: Tradition, Dependability, Organization, Security, Structure
and Responsibility. Motivation: Desire to Earn a Place in a System and be Useful and Reliable Communication: Can be Seen as Bossy because Focus is on What Needs to be Done and Who is Going to do it Work: Safe, Stable and Secure Jobs, with Established Guidelines Leadership: Organization Oriented, Highly Accountable, Believe in Rules, Standards, Procedures, and Well Planned Meetings Recreation: Work Comes Before Play, Planned Activities Childhood: Well Mannered, Followed Rules of Parents and Teachers Education: Traditional Subjects, Structure, Goal Oriented Environment, Prepared and Organized for Class Love: Stable Partner, Solid, Predictable and Traditional Relationship They Dislike Disorder!

29 Communicating with Golds
Treat them professionally and with respect Make sure all learning expectations are clear and detailed Teach step by step in a logical, routine and predictable way Keep orderly and traditional and discussion on subject Provide opportunities for make up work Provide specific feedback on assignments Allow enough time to complete assignments Can learn in groups, but tasks / responsibilities must be clear

30 Gold SJ

31 Margaret Thatcher 1st female Prime Minister and second longest serving in history. Identified and stayed her course. Described herself as a “Born Worker with enormous energy”. “With power comes trust.” Always had a clear and communicated vision. Was extremely organized, informed and firm. Had targets in mind of where she and Brittan needed to go.

32 HUMILITY PRIDE Maturity PATHWAYS  Problem Solvers
 Flexible to change  Immediate / Resourceful  Quick Starters  Authority is in the Moment PITFALLS  Create problems when none to be solved  Low interest beyond practical  Get bored / distracted easily  Little follow through  Vague concept of authority PRIDE

33 Values: Freedom, Excitement, Risk, Physical Stimulation, Challenge and Competition
Motivation: Seek to Bring Fun and Humor into the Workplace Communication: Bold and Aggressive, Apt to Say what is on their Mind, and Cut to the Heart. Charismatic and Entertaining Work: Lively, Unpredictable and Risky Jobs that don’t Restrict or Stifle Enthusiasm. Work well under Pressure Leadership: Action Oriented, Flexible and Dynamic. Like to Work with People who are Talented, Skilful and Energetic Recreation: Love to Play and Maximize Leisure Time. Like Physically Challenging and Daring Adventure Childhood: Noisy, Spirited and Fun-Loving. Always on the Go… Trouble Education: Enjoy Practical, Hands on Skills that can be Applied in Real Life. Learn Best by Seeing and Doing more than Studying Love: Passionate and Sensual who enjoys New Activities and wants to Explore New and Exciting things Together

34 Communicating with Oranges
Must be engaging, fun, flexible, active with variety Enjoy non traditional approaches to learning Allow them to be involved in the rule setting process Be willing to negotiate and ignore certain types of behavior – at first Use discussion methods and humor for active involvement Consider activities where learn by doing – competition is OK Feedback should be immediate and tangible Frequent reminders and redirections are helpful

35 Orange SP

36 Amelia Earhart 1st woman to fly across the Atlantic
In life I am a Pilot …not Passenger First to solo across the Atlantic HI - CA “Women will receive economic justice by proving themselves, not just by having laws passed.” Set the record for the transcontinental speed and earned the Distinguished Flying Cross and numerous other 1st’s “Adventure is worthwhile in itself.” “I want to do it because I want to do it, to prove that women are equal in jobs that require intelligence, will power, coordination and speed.

37 “The Office”

38 Orange SP

39 Blue NF

40 Gold SJ

41 Green NT

42

43 NT SP L R SJ NF Sensing Thinking Perceiving Intuition Feeling Sensing
Page 25 Sensing Thinking NT SP 40 40 35 35 30 30 Perceiving Intuition 25 25 GREEN ORANGE 20 20 15 15 L R 10 10 10 10 15 15 GOLD 20 20 BLUE Feeling 25 25 30 Sensing 30 35 35 SJ NF 40 40 Judging Intuition

44 NT SP R L SJ NF Sensing Thinking Perceiving Intuition Feeling Sensing
SCORE SHEET Page 12 Sensing Thinking NT SP 40 40 35 35 30 30 Perceiving Intuition 25 25 GREEN ORANGE 20 20 R L 15 15 10 10 10 10 15 15 GOLD 20 20 BLUE Feeling 25 25 PLO 30 Sensing 30 35 35 SJ NF 40 40 Judging Intuition

45 LEFT RIGHT Green NT Orange SP 40% 6% Nexus Area Gold SJ Blue NF 44%
Group Experience Doing 6% Structure Small Group Nexus Area Gold SJ Blue NF 44% Hands On Structure 10% Interaction Experience

46 Modifier 1 Assessment Interaction Score
Introvert: Means that you receive you energy, or are “recharged”, internally. Extrovert: Means that you get your energy, or are “recharged”, by people. Nobody is one or the other but somewhere on the scale. It is common for someone to gain his/her energy both internally and externally! C A D B __ __ __ __ E I Extroverted Introverted

47 10 Commandments of Temperament
Don’t Stereotype Others Don’t Try to Change People Don’t Negate the Value of Others Don’t let Strengths Become Liabilities Don’t use Temperament as an Excuse Remember your Secondary Preference Give Good Gifts It’s about Maturity Validate the Strengths of Others Learn From Others

48 “All of us think we see the world as it is: When in reality, we see the world as we are.”
Stephen R. Covey

49 “The rules for work are changing. …we’re being judged by a new
yardstick: not just how smart we are, or our expertise, but also how well we handle ourselves and each other.” Daniel Goleman

50 Temperament Intelligence is central to DIVERSITY
“…..how we manage and engage people who are different and similar, all for the benefit of the organization and its goals.” Understanding – awareness of differences Appreciating – acknowledging the value of differences Embracing – seeking out differences Maximizing – leveraging for organizational gain

51 THE DILEMMA AND THE OPPORTUNITY
“No two people think alike on everything. No two people feel the same way at all times within a relationship. No two people want the same things or want them at the same time. People operate from different time tables. We are, in fact, autonomous, different, and unique beings. Yet we are, at the same time, dependent on others. We need them to help us get many of the things we want (or not prevent us from getting them). We are also dependent on others to validate our existence and worth.” Satir Virginia. Conjoint Family Therapy, Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books

52 Principles 2. Believe. Behave. Become!
– 60 – 20 Rule 2. Believe. Behave. Become! 3. Challenge Your Belief Systems!

53 Disclaimers Rule 1: There is no such thing as “A” anything! Rule 2: Platinum Rule! “Do unto others as they would have you do unto them!” Rule 3: Understanding temperament does not excuse poor behavior!

54 “So What… Now What” Building Self-Awareness Creating a Common Language
Enhanced Team Communication Building High Performance Teams Deployment Readiness Process Family Readiness & Resiliency

55 Deployment Readiness Process
Pre-Deployment Goal Setting: Communication Children Finances Roles & Responsibilities Major Concerns/Needs Deployment Major Concerns/Needs

56 Thank You! SMSgt Jennifer Reecy


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