Skill 7 and Skill 9

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Welcome To Session III of “Thinking for a Change” Presentations of Skill 7: Embrace the Lessons of Reflective Thinking Skill 9: Encourage the Participation of Shared Thinking

Chapter 7:Embrace the Lessons of Reflective Thinking : 

Chapter 7:Embrace the Lessons of Reflective Thinking

Why? : 

Why? You are able to put an experience into perspective Enables you to distance yourself from the intense emotions of particularly good or bad experiences and see them with fresh eyes Helps diffuse the doubt in decision making and overtime can strengthen your intuition Clarifies the big picture by putting ideas and experiences into a more accurate context Turns experience into insight so we are equipped to meet new experiences

How? : 

How? Make the time No distractions Review how you have spent your time with a journal or calendar Ask the right questions “The unexamined life is not worth living.” -Socrates

The value you receive from reflecting will depend on the kinds of questions you ask yourself. : 

The value you receive from reflecting will depend on the kinds of questions you ask yourself.

Create questions that work for you : 

Create questions that work for you Are there lessons to be learned? Are there things that need to be changed? Did I lead by example today? Did I communicate and show love to my family? Did I represent God well today?

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Keep growing by learning from successes and mistakes Keep celebrating victories Stay disciplined Stay accountable Think with greater understanding!

Skill 9 : 

Skill 9 Encourage the Participation of Shared Thinking

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WHY SHOULD WE ENCOURAGE THE PARTICIPATION OF SHARED THINKING?

Shared Thinking is Faster than Solo Thinking : 

Shared Thinking is Faster than Solo Thinking

Shared Thinking is More Innovative than Solo Thinking : 

Shared Thinking is More Innovative than Solo Thinking

Shared Thinking Brings More Maturity than Solo Thinking : 

Shared Thinking Brings More Maturity than Solo Thinking

Shared Thinking Is Stronger than Solo Thinking : 

Shared Thinking Is Stronger than Solo Thinking

Shared Thinking Returns Greater Value than Solo Thinking : 

Shared Thinking Returns Greater Value than Solo Thinking “I sincerely believe that the word relationship is the key to the prospect of a decent world…” Clarence Francis.

Shared Thinking Is the Only Way to Great Thinking : 

Shared Thinking Is the Only Way to Great Thinking

How to Encourage the Participation of Shared Thinking : 

How to Encourage the Participation of Shared Thinking Chapter 9 Journey to Shared Thinking “Wow – I never thought of that!”

VALUE IDEAS OF OTHERS : 

VALUE IDEAS OF OTHERS Place Value on People? → Value People → Don’t Value People Value the Interactive process? Emotional Secure?

Competition → Cooperation Emotional Secure? : 

Competition → Cooperation Emotional Secure?

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Agenda to Share Ideas “Right” People to Share Ideas – Be selective People who you know have knowledge about the subject matter People who you know are interested in the same things or just “think” about things

GET THE “RIGHT” THINKING PEOPLE IN THE “THINK” TANK : 

GET THE “RIGHT” THINKING PEOPLE IN THE “THINK” TANK “The greatest secret to winning shared thinking is having the right people around the table” Desire to success with an “idea” Add value to others thoughts Handle quick change in thought exchange Appreciate other peoples strengths and weaknesses Understand the value of shared thinking Team thoughts/efforts before self Take ownership & responsibility for decisions “We” attitude – not “me” attitude

TEAM efforts : 

TEAM efforts What is a good thinker? Who is a good thinker? Who is a “shared” thinker? Why be a shared thinker? Combine effort-knowledge…. “No matter what you’re trying to accomplish you can do it better with shared thinking.”

THINKING QUESTION : 

THINKING QUESTION AM I CONSISTENTLY INCLUDING THE HEADS OF OTHERS TO THINK “OVER MY HEAD” AND ACHIEVIE COMPOUNDING RESULTS? -- Do I ask others for their thoughts? -- Do I listen well to what others have to say? --Who would you share your thinking with? -- Who is the “best” thinker that you know?

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