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  • ZeComms 4: Body Language

    16 GIU 2024 · Body language is considered the most important and largest percentage of the three major fac- tors of communication. It far surpasses how you say what you say and what you actually do say in words. A staggering 93% of communication relies on aspects other than the words you use. Body language really is the unspoken truth - it is as crucial as active listening.... Helpful Links Understanding Body Language and facial Ecpressions: https://www.verywellmind.com/understand-body-language-and-facial-expressions-4147228 Body Language and Non Verbal Communications: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/relationships-communication/nonverbal-communication.htm
    Played 16 min. 8 sec.
  • ZeComms 3: Questioning Skills

    7 GIU 2024 · Questions are very powerful because they are always answered, even if those answers are not verbalised (spoken aloud).You will be able to create a number of different situations and reactions by the types of questions you use e.g.: - Use information questions to both give and to receive information.  - Consider a focusing question to focus people on a potential outcome - Fill an embarrassing silence with a good question. - Show that you are listening actively by asking questions...... Resource: NLP for Dummies https://www.dummies.com/article/body-mind-spirit/emotional-health-psychology/psychology/neurolinguistic-programming/neuro-linguistic-programming-for-dummies-cheat-sheet-207437/
    Played 10 min. 30 sec.
  • ZeComms 2: Reaching Home Base

    2 GIU 2024 · Subconscious Encoding Consider that as humans we have two minds: the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious mind is the judge of the information that comes through the senses, dealing with one item at a time. The subconscious mind stores memories and does not judge information at all. It simply stores it. When a person is asked a question they respond, whether the re- sponse is verbalised or not.  Getting to Home Base Within any particular native language, each person has their own home base of language, according to the ideas put forth by the two founding scientists of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).The home bases are built on the five senses of visual (seeing), auditory (hear- ing), kinaesthetic (feeling/action/touch), olfactory (smelling), and  gustatory (tasting).  Let's explore..... Resources:  Neuro Linquistic Programming https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuro-linguistic_programming Natural Language Processing and Artifical Intelligence https://www.deeplearning.ai/resources/natural-language-processing/     
    Played 19 min. 25 sec.
  • ZeComms 1: Intro and Active Listening

    26 MAG 2024 · ZeCommunications is about enabling the zest in people and organisations through the power of values based communications. It involves “practice practice, practice” and a sense of fun ‘sprinkled’ with resilience… Everyone is in the persuasion business.Sometimes that persuasion is directed to other people. Sometimes it is inwardly directed to your self talk. Persuasion can occur in a simple conversa- tion with one or a few people, or it can be while speaking to an audience of 500 or more people, as part of your professional world or within your personal activities.     Persuasion is part of everyday reality and greatly determines the quality of your life and the success you achieve....     
    Played 12 min. 23 sec.
  • Top 10 things Great Leaders do

    19 MAG 2024 · These are strange and gorgeous times. Tons of challenges. Dazzling possibilities. And I viscerally want you to leverage these times to fly. To express your talent. To do your dreams. To make the world better. To help you Lead Without a Title, I’ve distilled 10 of the most valuable and practical insights on Leadership that I’ve shared globally to my corporate clients These ideas have helped them do some great things. My deep wish is that they deliver the same results for you.....
    Played 13 min. 9 sec.
  • ZeChanges 28: Secrets of Habits that last

    12 MAG 2024 · The holy grail of habit change is not a single 1 percent improvement, but a thousand of them. It’s a bunch of zest habits stacking up, each one a fundamental unit of the overall system. In the beginning, small improvements can often seem meaningless because they get washed away by the weight of the system. Just as one coin won’t make you rich, one positive change like meditating for one minute or reading one page each day is unlikely to deliver a noticeable difference. Gradually, though, as you continue to layer small changes on top of one another, the scales of life start to move.  Each improvement is like adding a grain of sand to the positive side of the scale, slowly tilting things in your favor. Eventually, if you stick with it, you hit a tipping point. Suddenly, it feels easier to stick with good habits. The weight of the system is working for you rather than against you..... For a summary of the 'key habit secrets' please click on the following i-mindmap link: Portable Document Format (.pdf) https://jimbennett.global/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/ZeChanges_Final.pdf Portable Network Graphic (.png) https://jimbennett.global/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/ZeChanges-Final.png
    Played 16 min. 47 sec.
  • ZeChanges 27: Step 4.4 - Power of an Accountability Partner

    5 MAG 2024 · In our discussion of the 4th STEP of Behaviour Change we have covered the importance of making good habits immediately satisfying. The inversion of the 4th STEP is Make it immediately unsatisfying.  Just as we are more likely to repeat an experience when the ending is satisfying, we are also more likely to avoid an experience when the ending is painful. Pain is an effective teacher. If a failure is painful, it gets fixed. If a failure is relatively painless, it gets ignored. The more immediate and more costly a mistake is, the faster you will learn from it. The threat of a bad review forces a plumber to be good at his job. The possibility of a customer never returning makes restaurants create good food. The cost of cutting the wrong blood vessel makes a surgeon master human anatomy and cut carefully. When the consequences are severe, people learn quickly. Let's explore in some more depth....
    Played 15 min. 35 sec.
  • ZeChanges 26: Step 4.3 - Recovering after Habits Breakdown

    28 APR 2024 · No matter how consistent you are with your habits, it is inevitable that life will interrupt you at some point. Perfection is not possible. Before long, an emergency will pop up - you get sick or you have to travel for work or your family needs a little more of your time. Whenever this happens to me, I try to remind myself of a simple rule: never miss twice. Let's discuss in more depth...
    Played 14 min. 2 sec.
  • ZeChanges 25: STEP 4.2 - keeping on track

    21 APR 2024 · Making progress is satisfying, and visual measures provide clear evidence of your progress. As a result, they reinforce your behavior and add a little bit of immediate satisfaction to any activity. Visual measurement comes in many forms: food journals, workout logs, loyalty punch cards, the progress bar on a software download, even the page numbers in a book. But perhaps the best way to measure your progress is with a habit tracker - let's explore in some more depth...
    Played 16 min. 25 sec.
  • ZeChanges 24: Step 4.1 - Make it satisfying

    14 APR 2024 · Step 4 of changing habits is that it needs to be enjoyable for it to last. Simple bits of reinforcement like soap that smells great or toothpaste that has a refreshing minty flavour can offer the immediate pleasure we need to enjoy a habit. Change is so much easier when it gives us  joy. It is more likely we will repeat the behaviour when our expereince is satifying. Our human brain has evolved to prioritise immediate rewards over delayed ones. Key points in helping us change our behaviours are in this i-Mind Map: https://jimbennett.global/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/Creating-Good-Habits-2.pdf
    Played 24 min. 23 sec.
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