Presentation on theme: "Presented by Group 4: Peggy Light, Ruth Lowe Gibson, Jackie Votypka and Amy Christopher."— Presentation transcript:
Presented by Group 4: Peggy Light, Ruth Lowe Gibson, Jackie Votypka and Amy Christopher
Section 3: Discover your strengths & care giving gifts Identify your personality style Learn to self-assess your current service delivery culture Section 4: To remember the traditional model of services in our field To learn about the Good Life model To compare the two models Section 5: To define a Good Life Ally To identify an Ally’s tools in 8 Key Areas Section 6: To learn the Strength Based Model, which helps others thrive To learn: Positive Relationships Supports Thriving To learn the fundamentals of supportive relationships Section 7: To learn the “5 Fundamental Must Haves” Time, space, positive tone/ words, living in others’ shoes, being connected To learn examples of what these “must haves” look, sound and feel like
Why is personality so important? * Knowing and understanding your personality and others’ personalities helps us get along better * Civility- Mutual respect What is your personality type? How can you self-assess? What is the culture of your work environment?
The Masks We Wear: What is your mask? Worn for performance, entertainment, disguise, concealment, or protection Describe with a partner a time where you had to put on a mask in a work situation
Art Activity: Create a mask Portray “How others see you” on the front (outside) Then… on the reverse side… How you really feel
“Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth” -Oscar Wilde
Objectives: To enable participants to increase their self- awareness and self-acceptance To enable participants to visually recreate a representation of their personality To gain perspective that will enable participants to use their gained self-awareness in their work environments
Self-Assessment Carl Jung Major task in acquiring self knowledge is understanding the relationship between who one is and how one presents oneself to the world Jung wrote extensively about the persona and the various ways it manifests itself Persona: Latin for “mask” Refers to the practical and successful personality that we use most of the time in the workplace and in social relationships
The Shadow: The dark side of our personalities Features that we learn to disguise and repress Anger, greed, envy, jealousy… Includes both repressed, instinctual feelings and untapped potential
The Masks We Wear: Questions & Take Away What are we learning about ourselves? What are we learning about others? What does this mean when working with others? How can we use this when we return to our daily assignments?
Section 4: To remember the traditional model of services in our field To learn about the Good Life model To compare the two models Mental Models help us “draw conclusions” about the best way to help others!!!
Traditional Models include: Managing/ controlling through manipulation and avoiding negative consequences Also, success means the reduction of maladaptive, or negative behaviors The focus is on what is “wrong” or what “needs to be fixed.”
Good Life Model Based on enriching others’ lives. Increase the quality of someone’s life, and they will respond in kind! Focus is on the positive: unconditional positive regard Be intentional. Be mindful. Develop relationships with others, both with the individuals you serve, as well as with fellow team members. Helping others have a Good Life !
Video: The power of Models Video: The power of Models http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8umFV69fNg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8umFV69fNg
What is your take away from the video? How does this help you move towards a “Good Life”? What is one way you can help someone you know live the “Good Life”?
Objectives: To define a Good Life Ally To identify an Ally’s tools in 8 Key Areas
Good Life Ally: Definition: One who continually works on improving their personal tools One who is intentional about the following: Self assessment Their role of helping others experience the Good Life! Intentional about beginning the day with this mindset: “I have the tools to make a difference!”
Identifying an Ally’s tools in 8 Key Areas: Our thoughts about others Our eyes Our ears Our words Our heart/ feelings Our touch Our feet Our time
Section 5 Activity: Your Role as an Ally Words of Encouragement: What are some words of encouragement that you have for others? Share encouragement for your teammate’s toolboxes!
What is your take-away from this activity? How did your cards make you feel? How can your role as an Ally help others? What is the most important tool for you personally as an Ally?
Objectives: To learn the Strength Based Model, which helps others thrive To learn: Positive Relationships Supports Thriving To learn the fundamentals of supportive relationships
The Strength-based model: Helping people thrive Give Great Supports Show Appreciation Provide Support Focus on Strengths Positive Relationships is the positive Ingredient
Positive Relationships Supports Thriving What is Success Planning? Focus on what is possible: floodlight vision Focus on physical, emotional & mental well being of the person Reflect on the science of trauma & emotional well-being
The Fundamentals of Supports Thriving The magic ingredient is Positive Relationships Understand Trauma, the effect it has on the brain, and how that effects relationships
The Fundamentals of Supportive Relationships Specifically using our “tools” to aid our team to be their very best: Our thoughts about others Our eyes Our ears Our words Our heart/ feelings Our touch Our feet Our time What are your personal strengths? Which tools are easiest for you to use?
Activity: Challenges and Solutions: Each table will get a challenging situation What is your solution, as an Ally? How can other team members support the Ally with this solution? What tools will you use to make this happen?
What is your take-away from this activity? How does this help people thrive? What can you do to create fundamental relationships tomorrow?
Objectives: To learn the “5 Fundamental Must Haves” Time, space, positive tone/ words, living in others’ shoes, being connected Based on “Respect” To learn examples of what these “must haves” look, sound and feel like
The Five Fundamental Must-Haves Time Space Positive Tone/ words Living in others’ shoes Being connected
What do these “Must Haves” look like? What do these “Must Haves” sound like? What do these “Must Haves” feel like? Time Space Positive Tone/ words Living in others’ shoes Being connected
Basic Respects for the Professional: Happiness means being prepared and having success Base principles on Common Sense- ideas that people can believe in! Commitment has to come from Everyone! Every moment is an opportunity
For RESPECT….. Commit to relationships Commit to taking responsibilities Know that ALL PEOPLE have hopes and dreams! Value “Quality of Life”!
Must Haves activity: Someone has an issue, given to one team member by us…. The team negotiates together how to best address this situation as Allies And- how can the individual best address this issue as a fellow Ally? How do you handle stressful situations as a committed Ally?
Take- Aways: What did you take away from this activity? What did you take away from this section? How does this help you become a better Ally?
Thank you so much for your time, attention, participation and investment in this process! We appreciate you very much!!!!!