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3,000 Years of Psychology and Philosophy Distilled Down To One Page For Your Use. Objectives. Present a way of looking at how you became who you are. Present some ideas about growth at our current stage in life. Provide a vocabulary that may be useful during the rest of the University.

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Objectives
Objectives One Page For Your Use

  • Present a way of looking at how you became who you are.

  • Present some ideas about growth at our current stage in life.

  • Provide a vocabulary that may be useful during the rest of the University.

  • Provide some metaphors to show parallels between your development and your company’s.

  • Set the stage for the discussions to follow.

  • Have some fun along the way.


Children today are tyrants. They contradict their parents, gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.

- Socrates (469–399 BC)


We are here on Earth to do good for others. gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.

What the others are here for, I do not know.

- W. H. Auden

(1907–1973)


And, from the philosophy of Egypt 4,200 years ago……… gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.


The mouth of a perfectly happy man is filled with beer egyptian saying 2200 bc proverb

The mouth of a perfectly happy man is filled with beer. gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.

- Egyptian saying (2200 BC), proverb


What s the connection with leadership
What’s The Connection With Leadership? gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.

  • You lead with all of your person, and all change starts with you.

  • Your leadership takes place in the context of your life’s journey.

  • The principles that apply to psychology also apply metaphorically to your marriage, your family, your company, and your country.


Many would say that if only they could become better managers, their lives would be more meaningful.

It would be truer to say that if we could find our true meaning, we would stand a chance of becoming better managers.

Becoming a better manager would be a byproduct of a practice aimed at reaching the source of our most pressing need: the need to be whole and significant.

Albert Low

Zen & Creative Management


All children are born to grow, to develop, to live, to love…

-Alice Miller

Life

Experience


I am… love…

I have to be….

This is what it means to be a man or a woman…


Avoidance
AVOIDANCE love…

Once we learn to avoid something we have a strong tendency to continue to avoid it.

  • “I’m not going there again”.

  • “I’m not hanging around to see what happens”.

    We do not test the hypotheses we formed earlier in life.


Avoidance1
AVOIDANCE love…

Corporate Metaphor

“Policies are the scar tissue of prior mistakes.”

-IBM Executive


  • Learned Helplessness love…

  • There’s no way out of here.

  • What I do doesn’t make a difference

  • Why bother?


Learned Helplessness love…

Corporate Metaphor

“We tried that once and it didn’t work.”


Are we stuck? love…



Erik erikson stages of psychosocial development last 4 of 8 stages
Erik Erikson love…Stages of Psychosocial Development(Last 4 of 8 Stages)

Reflection on and acceptance of one's life

Ego Integrity vs.

Despair

Parenting & Legacy

Generativity vs.

Stagnation

Do I feel fulfilled and complete?

Love Relationships

Intimacy vs.

Isolation

Who am I?

Will I make the world a better place?

Will I grow or stagnate?

Peers

Identity vs.

Role Confusion

How can I be close to you and be my own person?

65-∞

Adolescence

19-40

40-65


How to move out of the comfort zone

Discomfort Zone love…

COMFORT

ZONE

Danger Zone

How to move out of the comfort zone

  • “Yoga” Approach

  • Behaviorist’s Approach: Do some things because you are afraid of them, not in spite of being afraid of them.

  • Cognitive approach: Understand and explore your underlying assumptions.

  • Befriend your defenses. “Thank you for helping me out so far, but…”

  • Have someone with you.

We are like tea bags — we don't know our own strength until we're in hot water.

- Jutta Baum Busche


The Johari Windows 2.0 love…

Though, not everything others see is about me…

The “Plochman Addition”


Brain love…

researchers

estimate that your

unconscious database

outweighs the conscious

on an order exceeding ten million to one.

This database is the source of your hidden, natural genius.

In other words, a part of you is much smarter than you are.

The wise people regularly consult that smarter part.

Michael J. Gelb


In spite of the historical nature of our development, all we ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Intuition

Thoughts

Feelings

Sensations


Summary
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Change and great leadership begin within:

We must become the change we want to see in the world.

- “Mahatma” Mohandas Gandhi

(1869–1948)


Summary1
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

And to change within we need to deepen our understanding of ourselves.

Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it.

- Siddhartha Guatama Buddha

490-410 B.C.E.


Summary2
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Some of which is to reintegrate parts of ourselves that we submerged earlier in life.

We shall never cease from exploration

And the end of all our exploring  

Will be to arrive where we started

And know the place for the first time.

- T.S. Eliot


Summary3
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Reintegration = Integrity

Give me beauty in the inward soul; may the outward and the inward man be at one.

- Socrates


Summary4
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

In self-exploration we deepen our understanding of others.

He then learns that in going down into the secrets of his own mind he has descended into the secrets of all minds.

- Ralph Waldo Emerson


Summary5
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Our unconscious provides a deep reservoir of wisdom that connects us to others and perhaps to the transpersonal.

I myself believe that the evidence for God lies primarily in inner personal experiences.

- William James


Summary6
Summary ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

Inner wisdom supports right action

[In minor matters I] consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within…

In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature.

- Sigmund Freud


Here’s how the world works ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

and how I am in relationship to it.

I am…

I have to be….

Leadership Style

Interpersonal Style

Integrate

The Barricade

Integrate

Identity vs.

Role Confusion

Intimacy vs.

Isolation

Generativity vs.

Stagnation

Ego Integrity vs.

Despair

Mid-Life

Birth

Early

Development

Young

Adulthood

YPO

WPO


Act as if what you do makes a difference. ever need to work with is with us right now, in this moment.

It does.

- William James


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