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The Personal Development Group: The Student's Guide


Chris Rose charts the course of a Personal Development (PD) group through various stages, dealing with fundamental themes such as conflict, authority, resistance and difference.

The task is always to keep in focus both the individual experience and the group process.

This dual perspective provides group members with important resources to understand and make better use of their own PD group.

The elusive task of personal development is vital to the formation of competent counsellors

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Influence - The Power of Experience


Influence - The Power of ExperienceA change of view on influence

My training style went though a radical change after I met and studied with Mel Silberman, the Father of Active training.  

Mel is considered one of the greatest contributors to the field of adult training, has written many of the best selling books on training and had been a tireless advocate for "learning by doing".

So why is this important to influence?  Well, with the thousands of books on influence, persuasion and sales, most of the focus is on talk or verbal persuasion.

Yet recent research has shown that one of the most power forms of influence is experience...allowing someone to actually have an experience rather than a verbal description (this is why demonstrations are so powerful).

Influence resources by the experts

In the video below, David Maxfield is the coauthor of Influencer: The Power to Change Anything gives a real life example of how experience influenced a change in behavior for an entire company: (more…)

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Change - Recognizing and Reframing Limiting Beliefs in Your Career


change-reframing limiting beliefsStumbling on a change gem

While looking for well written articles on change, I came across a little gem (with ballons no less) that addresses two of my favorite subject change (limiting beliefs) and careers.

Change can be dramatic and long lasting when a limiting belief is altered.

Many people's limiting beliefs are rooted in the language they use internally (yes, we all do talk to ourselves).  This internal language is usually not helpful and can be changed through a process called "reframing".  Reframing is the art/science of creating a change with a statement related to langauge being used.

Reframing Limiting Beliefs for change

In this little gem of an article, six limiting beliefs about career are addressed.  See if you can recognize any of these limiting beliefs in your "internal language" and read the reframe to find ourt for yourself if you gain a new perspective:

How to reframe six career-limiting beliefs | Zaykar Global Ventures

zaykar.com12/8/11

But career experts point out that your beliefs really do influence outcomes. Unless you first believe you can and will find the job or career you want, you'll end up defeating yourself. Here are six common career-limiting beliefs ...

If you're looking to change the way you think about your career, these reframes may work for you...or not. However, with the variety of new and different perspectives, you might gain some insight in how you can change your own limiting beliefs in  a new way.

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Career Realism - Bringing Situational Awareness into Your Relational Toolbox


Career-realismCareer frustrations

How many  times in your life have you walked out of a first encounter with another person feeling you could have done things differently?

In addition to what we say, there are things we could have done (or even taking the time to notice) that would have made the encounter more positive, effective or advantageous four ourselves.

And very few of these encounters are as critical as career encounters.

Career Toolbox

The article below from Careerealism.com, the article proposes adding a new skill to your arsenal of relational tools, situational awareness.  Situational awareness is not about being self conscious, it's about paying attention.  And paying attention requires practice.

You'll find when practicing situational awareness that your stress level goes down and you're able to access a variety of other skills. And you'll have a better chance for more positive career opportunities.

Using Situational Awareness in Your Career | CAREEREALISM

www.careerealism.com10/31/11

CAREEREALISM.com is a world-ranked career management blog that provides personal branding tips and job search advice from proven, approved career experts. Sign-up » now to get our articles sent to your e-mail inbox. ...

In today's hyper-competitive job market, adding a new skill (for free) to your career toolbox can make the difference between frustration or success.

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Personal Development – Start Right now or miss out on key Life Choices!

Personal Development-EdAndriessen.comBy: Derek

Personal development is the pursuit of learning, developing, honing and mastering the skills that help you become the best that you can, with all that you have. It is the reaching for, and realizing of your full potential as a human being.

You want to live a full, productive life, but sometimes, you just don't know where to begin. There is so much information 'out there' that it can be overwhelming and hard to choose what is right for you.

Depending on your concerns what seems to work for one person, may not necessarily work for you.  There are so many different ideas, strategies, advice and techniques that it's hard to chose the right one.

One thing, however, is certain. If you want to achieve anything in your life and realize your full potential, you must have some practical and positive skills - life skills.

In order to excel at work, in a sport or in your relationships, you must acquire and master certain skills. Living your life fully, productively and with enjoyment is no different.

Crucially possessing life skills enables you to deal with the life's inevitable challenges and adversities more effectively.  It reduces your chances of procrastinating, finding yourself getting frustrated and stressed, engaging in addictive behaviors, and experiencing overall despair and hopelessness. When you have the proper tools and actions at your disposal, you have more control over your life and time making you happier and more confident.

Taking the first steps

Your first step is establishing a firm foundation. That foundation must be "you". You need to know who you are, what you want, and what you are capable of. You must then determine which values, goals and principles you will establish to guide your actions. (more…)

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Personal Development for Smart People: The Conscious Pursuit of Personal Growth

Personal Development for Smart People: The Conscious Pursuit of Personal Growth

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Despite promises of “fast and easy” results from slick marketers, real personal growth is neither fast nor easy. The truth is that hard work, courage, and self-discipline are required to achieve meaningful results—results that are not attained by those who cling to the fantasy of achievement without effort.         Personal Development for Smart People reveals the unvarnished truth about what it takes to consciously grow as a human being. As you read, you’ll learn the seven univer


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CoachingOurselves: Management Development



CoachingOurselves is a management development coaching program co-created by Professor Henry Mintzberg, a renowned academic and author on organizations and management, and Phil LeNir, former director in a global high-tech firm.

The peer-to-peer coaching approach is a highly effective method of management & leadership skills development used in wide range of organizations around the world.

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Power, Influence, and Persuasion: Sell Your Ideas and Make Things Happen

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To be effective, managers have to be skilled at acquiring power-and using that power to persuade others to get things done. This guide offers must-know methods for commanding attention, changing minds, and influencing decision-makers up and down the organizational ladder. P>The New Manager's Guide and Mentor The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most re... More >>

Power, Influence, and Persuasion: Sell Your Ideas and Make Things Happen

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Career Development Explained - Reasons You Must Take It Seriously

In today's modern era, it is common to change careers at least once .This change can also be entirely different from the previous one. If the change in career is frequent then it is important and better to know about career development.

The steps taken towards choosing a career can also be defined as career development. It is a career path that trains you to choose the best for your life. Career development includes testing a person's stress manageability, preparation and training to enter a career and inherent skills. It is also important to advance in the present career and to know how good you are at changing directions that leads to a betterment in the career. A well updated and rich knowledge will prove to be very helpful in career development.

While considering an individual's current situation it is very significant to know about career development. Some people work for the money they are paid. This might lead to an unhappy employee, an I don't mind attitude towards work and overwhelming stress levels. Such should not be the attitude of an employee. Hence it is always better that you love your job, this is possible only if you notice a development in what you work at. Ultimately career development is what matters.

To learn more on the field we pursue, shows the interest we have on our work. This involves online or traditional classes, self study taking help from a mentor, knowing about career requirements and proceeding to study further even after the job is fixed. Hence a continual working and learning process will be indeed helpful. (more…)

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Why People Resist Change

You are in the midst of implementing an important change in your organization and find not everybody is rallying around you. Some of the people you need are not translating their words into action or have refused outright to support your change effort. The executive sponsor who liked the idea of being aligned with a high profile, cutting-edge technology change program has failed to deliver the program budget he promised you.

Or the implementation of the performance bonus system designed to lift the take-home pay of low paid process workers has not convinced them to adopt the new system. You thought that you had hit people's hot buttons and can't understand their reluctance to support your change efforts. You now need to develop a deeper understanding of the motivators that drive the people in your organization.

Let's consider more closely the performance bonus example mentioned above. In this case, process workers were promised a 5% increase in their pay if they increased the number of assemblies they produced by 30% over a one-month period. Bonuses were to be calculated and distributed based on each individual's output for the month. The increase in productivity was only possible if the process worker learned and used the new computer controlled production machine. (more…)

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