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Mastering Positive Intelligence: Achieving Potential at Work [Rypple Leadership Series]

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In this Webinar, Shirzad Chamine - author of New York Times best seller “Positive Intelligence” -
explores a groundbreaking new science and practice that has helped hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams train their minds to combat “saboteurs” and make lasting improvements in performance and personal fulfillment.

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Mastering Positive Intelligence: Achieving Potential at Work [Rypple Leadership Series]

  1. 1. The social way to improve performance at work
  2. 2. Mastering Positive Intelligence: How to Maximize Performance and Achieve Your Potential at Work Featured Speaker: Shirzad Chamine Live: Tuesday, May 29 @ 2:00 pm ET
  3. 3. Rypple Leadership Series Your Host Our Guest Nick Stein Shirzad Chamine Chairman of CTI Director of Content & Media Author of New York Times best seller Rypple “Positive Intelligence” @stein_nick @ShirzadPQ
  4. 4. Creating a great workplace culture Meaningful recognition Thank people for the great work they do
  5. 5. Continuous coaching 97% of employees aren’t engaged when they feel ignored by their managers Gallup survey of 1,003 U.S. employees (2009)
  6. 6. SM
  7. 7. Questions Why does positive change typically fizzle? Team retreats EQ and leadership workshops New Years’ resolutions Why do some athletes choke when it really matters? Why does happiness from new attainments last so little? Why do nagging, critical, or anxious thoughts repeat endlessly?
  8. 8. Answer
  9. 9. Saboteurs Sage
  10. 10. Saboteurs Sage Judge Controller Victim Stickler Avoider Etc.
  11. 11. Full Potential
  12. 12. Erosion of Potential
  13. 13. Exposing the Saboteurs
  14. 14. SURVIVOR BRAIN PQ BRAIN ANATOMY Brainstem, Limbic Middle Prefrontal Cortex, System, Empathy Circuitry Left Brain *, Right Brain * Empathy Circuitry consists of the Mirror Neuron System, the ACC and Insula Cortex of the MPFC. 16
  15. 15. SURVIVOR BRAIN PQ BRAIN ANATOMY Brainstem, Limbic Middle Prefrontal Cortex, System, Empathy Circuitry Left Brain *, Right Brain FOCUS Survive Thrive VOICE Saboteurs Sage * Empathy Circuitry consists of the Mirror Neuron System, the ACC and Insula Cortex of the MPFC. 17
  16. 16. SURVIVOR BRAIN PQ BRAIN ANATOMY Brainstem, Limbic Middle Prefrontal Cortex, System, Empathy Circuitry Left Brain *, Right Brain FOCUS Survive Thrive VOICE Saboteurs Sage EMOTIONS Anxiety, Anger, Curiosity, Compassion, Disappointment, Joy, Creativity, Peace, Shame, Guilt, Regret, Calm Resolve Blame * Empathy Circuitry consists of the Mirror Neuron System, the ACC and Insula Cortex of the MPFC. 18
  17. 17. Judge: The Master Saboteur Finds fault with  Self  Others  Events and Circumstances Source of most of our unhappiness, anxiety, anger, disappointment, guilt, and shame. Triggers other Saboteurs 21
  18. 18. Judge’s Accomplice Saboteurs MOTIVATION STYLE Autonomy Attention Security Assert Controller Hyper-Achiever Restless Earn Stickler Pleaser Hyper-Vigilant Avoid Avoider Victim Hyper-Rational
  19. 19. Judge: fault finding with self, others, or circumstances. Victim: focus on painful feelings as way of earning empathy and attention. Pleaser: pleasing, flattering, rescuing others, to gain acceptance. Avoider: procrastinate or avoid difficult tasks or conflicts, focus on the pleasant. Stickler: need for perfection, order, and organization taken too far. Restless: never at rest or content with what is, needing perpetual busyness. Controller: anxiety-based need to control situations and bend others to own will. Hyper-Achiever: dependent on achievement for self acceptance and self love. Hyper-Rational: rational processing of everything including relationships. Hyper-Vigilant: vigilance that can never rest, seeing danger in every corner.
  20. 20. What do you think? Live Webinar Results Question: Based on the information thus far, I believe:  I DO have Saboteurs that cause significant harm to reaching my full potential for success or happiness.  I DON’T have Saboteurs that cause significant harm to reaching my full potential for success or happiness.  I don’t know yet. 24
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  22. 22. Sage Perspective Every outcome or circumstance is a gift and opportunity. The Stallion Story
  23. 23. PQ Vortex PQ Equivalent Scores Identified By Various Researchers PQ = 100 85 = Team: High Performance 82 = Marriage: Flourishing 77 = Individual: “Flourishing” PQ = 75 Inflection Point 69= Individual: “Languishing” 66 = Team: Medium Performance 41 = Marriage: Dissolution 29 = Team: Low Performance PQ = 0
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  25. 25. Visit www.PositiveIntelligence.com: •PQ score assessment •Saboteur assessment •Tools and resources •Book excerpts Shirzad@PositiveIntelligence.com Twitter: @ShirzadPQ
  26. 26. Questions/Comments?
  27. 27. Mark your calendars… “Intro to Rypple” Learn more about how you can engage, retain and align your people. Wednesday, May 30th @ 3pm ET “The Future of Work” Featured Speakers: Thor Muller and Lane Becker Tuesday, June 12 @ 2:00pm ET “Positive Intelligence for your Sales Team” Featured Speakers: Shirzad Chamine Tuesday, July 24 @ 2:00pm ET

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