Your Mind at Work: Developing Self-knowledge for Business by and Helen Whitten Richar Cliff Shaffran

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This gives you an opportunity to consider the balance you would like to maintain in your life now, in order to reflect the impressions you would like to leave. 8 MY 85TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Imagine you are holding your 85th birthday party. Three people will be making speeches about you. One is a family member, one is a friend and 28 Beliefs Drive Actions one is a former colleague. Write three or four sentences encapsulating what you would like them to say about you in their speech. 1. The family member: 2.

Write down any insights gained from this exercise. Your beliefs tend to shape your values. Your values are a measurement of the worth you place on the things around you. For example, you may place a higher value on your health than on your material possessions, or vice versa. In the next exercise you have an opportunity to identify and question your own values. You can then assess whether your values are forming your priorities as to how you spend your time. 2 VALUE CLARIFICATION 1. In column 1 of the table overfleaf, ‘what is important to me’, rate your top ten values in order of importance, with 1 being the highest.

Then consider the factors that inspire negative feelings and add these to the ‘demotivators’ branch. Take two to three minutes to complete this exercise on the map. Then complete this sentence: I am happiest at work when MOTIVATORS: eg. I am frightened of ... g. I get angry when eg. getting the job done DEMOTIVATORS At Work Motivators and Demotivators ... 1 Motivators and demotivators 49 How you got here Today By identifying the key factors that you enjoy doing at work, you will improve your work performance.

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