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23. Copyright Chris Chew 2 Disempowering Mindsets

22. Copyright Chris Chew Structured Process to Shift Mindsets

1. Copyright Chris Chew Turning Potential into Performance

13. Copyright Chris Chew How to gain Awareness of your own Mindsets? Step One Take a Mindset Measuring Instrument

19. Copyright Chris Chew How to gain Awareness of your own Mindsets? Step Two Practice Mindfulness Step One Take a Mindset Measuring Instrument

21. Copyright Chris Chew How to Change Mindsets? 1. Gain awareness of own mindsets 2. Practice Mindfulness 3. Use a structured process to reframe your thinking

29. Copyright Chris Chew Thank you Email: chrischew@thinke.co or thinke001@gmail.com Website: https:// thinke.co

4. Copyright Chris Chew Good Self leadership (personal mastery) Good people leadership & engagement Effective Family, Organizational, Community Leadership & Culture

10. Copyright Chris Chew Mindset = “ Our way of thinking, our attitudes and beliefs about ourselves and the world ” Self View World View

18. Copyright Chris Chew Our Biases, usually habitually triggered can lead to People & Performance problems We get agitated/irritated and overdo it by criticizing others We become too quiet and not speak up even though we have a different view We micro - manage and want to control everything

26. Copyright Chris Chew Worrier Mindset • Constant worry things won ’ t work out or too difficult to do, too many obstacles. It may result in procrastination • Example: (doing something new/unfamiliar for the first time e.g. facilitating) • Example: (taking on a new job/role)

2. Copyright Chris Chew I help professionals and organizations transform their thinking (mindsets) & effectiveness I do this through a unique and structured program combining neuro - science, value science and behavioral science https:// thinke.co

5. Copyright Chris Chew “ If you'd like to help someone else change his/her mindset, help that person to get to know him/herself better Image source: https:// www.francescociccolella.com /Self - Awareness - U - W - Magazine

14. Copyright Chris Chew VQ V alue ( Judgement ) Q uotient A scientific measurement of how you think A “ DNA ” analysis of your thinking, it measures WHY you do what you do, THINK like you think, and ACT like you act

6. Copyright Chris Chew What is Mindset? “ Our way of thinking, our attitudes and beliefs about ourselves and the world ” Image source: https://techbeacon.com/devops/how - scale - security - devsecops - 4 - valuable - mindsets - principles

8. Copyright Chris Chew Example John and Paul are work colleagues. Both are teaching staff at a local university. John often comes to Paul ’ s desk and ask for help on how to find information, teaching methods and other admin matters. However when Paul has a request for John to help him, John will say he doesn ’ t know and is not able to help. The other day, Paul was talking to another friend, Billy and says to him “ John is always coming to me for help but when I ask him for help, he doesn ’ t reciprocate. How do I deal with John? ”

12. Copyright Chris Chew Our Value Judgments (Perspectives) can be measured Image source: http://ideas.demco.com/webinar/understanding - brain - health - as - a - pathway - to - relevant - adult - programming/

20. Copyright Chris Chew Benefits • Mental awareness of our thinking allows us to choose to respond and not to react – e.g. when you see someone ’ s eyes half closed while you ’ re making your presentation – e.g. when someone challenges the point you ’ re making or your proposal • Allows us to examine our assumptions and biases which may be erroneous • Helps you better connect with others

3. Copyright Chris Chew • Understand what mindset is and why it ’ s important • Gain an appreciation of the nature of our mind/mindsets • Examine the relationship between mindset and behavior Agenda • Learn how we can measure our mindsets using a scientifically validated tool and how to shift them using a structured process • Explore unhelpful mindsets and how to change/adapt them

16. Copyright Chris Chew VQ Profile – measure of our value judgements on 36 dimensions Mindset on Risk & Uncertainty Empathy towards others Action Orientation Mindset towards Change Courage to express opinion/ take a stand Perfectionist tendency Pleaser tendency Self - doubt Feeling obligated Procrastinator tendency Examples IMPACT of our VQ perspectives

15. Copyright Chris Chew VQ Profile VQ Profile ® ® Assessment Assessment VQ Profile ® • Based on Formal Axiology assessment (HVP) • Developed in the 1960s and scientifically validated numerous times over the past 50+ years. • Integrates the latest findings in cognitive neuro - science and psychology. • Measures how and how well a person THINKS from 36 unique axiological perspectives (ways of thinking). • Designed as tool for transformation and development.

27. Copyright Chris Chew Shift to Valuing Self Mindset • Ask yourself “ What are my strengths that I can use to help me? ” Shift to Growth Mindset • Ask yourself “ What can I learn and improve even if I face setbacks? ” • How can I keep learning and get better? • What is the next step I can take to get me closer to what I want?

7. Copyright Chris Chew Meaning Meaning Choices/ Decisions (Failure) RESULTS (Success) Value Judgments Actions THINKING Input Reactions Habits Meaning - Making Machine Mind - Brain Whatever input we take is filtered through our beliefs, perceptions, values, memories, etc Whatever input we take is filtered through our beliefs, perceptions, values, memories, etc Our Mind Brain is a Meaning Making Machine Perspective (Value Judgment)

24. Copyright Chris Chew Critic Mindset • Critical of Others (expecting a certain “ standard ” from others) • Critical of Self (expect a certain “ standard ” from self) • Example (meeting that didn ’ t happen) • Example (issues in virtual meetings) VQ perspective: overly high on “ Meeting Expectations ”

11. Copyright Chris Chew Self View How we see ourselves • Our self - image • Our self - esteem • Our courage • Our expectations (of self and others) • Our roles & responsibilities • Our Goals • Our Purpose World View How we see the world and other people • How we relate to other people • How we relate to problems & priorities • How we relate to processes (how things are done e.g. rules, risk taking)

25. Copyright Chris Chew Shift to Learning Mindset • Ask yourself – “ What can I learn from this incident? ” – What do I know about my own ability to grow & become better? Shift to “ Valuing Self ” Mindset • Ask yourself – “ How can I forgive myself or others? ” • “ How can I let go? ” • “ It ’ s ok not to be right all the time ”

28. Copyright Chris Chew For further Self or Org development Leadership Mindset Mastery (1 day program or 2 half - days online) - Critical components of Self - Awareness - Recognize dis - empowering frames of mind and how it sabotages us - Identify personal triggers - Personal change model, strategies & tools Additional modules - A comprehensive VQ (Value Judgment Quotient) report on thinking biases and strengths - Two 1 - 1 coaching (or group) sessions for each participant - Online access to LMS with comprehensive learning material for 1 year Format: Online Zoom, Face to face, Coaching Email: chrischew@thinke.co or thinke001@gmail.com Website at https:// thinke.co LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrischew - thinke

9. Copyright Chris Chew What is Paul ’ s Story with regards to his situation with John? Meaning Meaning Choices/ Decisions (Failure) RESULTS (Success) Value Judgments Actions THINKING Input Reactions Habits Meaning - Making Machine Mind - Brain Possible Interpretation • John only takes, doesn ’ t give • John is selfish • John needs to learn to be independent • I ( ie . Paul) should help John if I can • If I (i.e. Paul) say “ No ” to John, I feel guilty Perspective (Value Judgment)

17. Copyright Chris Chew VQ Profile VQ Profile ® ® Assessment Assessment VQ < 100% - Cognitive Bias The lower the score, the greater the potential it ’ s a Cognitive Liability Most Highly - Habitutated Influence 85 - 95% of decisions, emotions, and behaviors VQ < 100% - Cognitive Bias The lower the score, the greater the potential it ’ s a Cognitive Liability Most Highly - Habitutated Influence 85 - 95% of decisions, emotions, and behaviors VQ = 100% - Cognitive Asset A BEST & Balanced Way of thinking VQ = 100% - Cognitive Asset A BEST & Balanced Way of thinking

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