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1 What does good look like? Facilitator: Peter Posner

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2 Objectives n Lets say hello n What does good look like? n If you always do... n Force Field Analysis n Circles of Influence/Circles of Concern n Agreed action planning

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Mission Statement n Do you have one? n Yes : what is it n No : why not? 3

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4 Simon says… Lets say hello to each other n Mistaken identity n New boss - hes proud of his toupee! n You KNOW their partner n Bestest mate ever!

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5 What does good look like? PICTUE OF YOUR DREAMS...

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6 If you always do... …what youve always done, youll always get what you always got….. ….except the world moves on and you dont always get what you got!

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7 A.k.a. Gap Analysis Time Perf Target f0f0 Work Harder Gap

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8 Lets pretend for a moment...

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9 Well done! Youve done so well, you can take a holiday! there is a price to pay BUT

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10 You need to find your replacement n Make a list of the necessary skills & attributes for him/her to be able to adequately replace you n Do it now!

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11 What does the list look like? n Open & honest n Sensitive n Listener n Motivated n Determined n G.S.O.H. n and so on… n Lending skills n Computer skills n ….? 20% skills 80% Psychological

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12 Force Field Analysis n Think of the things that you are good at n Think of the things that are barriers n Make a + and - list

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13 Force Field Analysis n The balance between the positive and negative determines where your performance is: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Performance

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14 Force Field Analysis n Improve the strengths, minimise thee weaknesses, and performance improves… ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Performance

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15 So what are you going to do about them? n Focusing on what you don't like is disempowering. Focusing on what you can do is proactive and empowering. n Circles of ConcernCircles of influence

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So what are you going to do about them? Circle of Concern n It encompasses the wide range of concerns we have, such as our health, our children, problems at work, debt Circle of Influence n It encompasses those concerns that we can do something about. They are concerns that we have some control over. 16

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So what are you going to do about them? n Focus on the areas you can influence, that you can do something about. Increase your Circle of Influence 17

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18 So what are you going to do about them? n "Be part of the solution, not part of the problem. n Adapted from The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey, Simon & Schuster 1992.

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19 Over to you! n If the issues you have identified are important, build a plan to deal with them n Get consensus n Do it! n Review periodically

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20 Thanks for your time!

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