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slideset from a 3.5 hour workshop facilitated by Sharon Wingron, CPLP on BRAINMODEpower: The NeuroScience of You.

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  • 1. BRAIN MODE power Connecting the Power Within to Highest and Best PerformanceCognitive Thinking ModesHighly Integrated Presented by: Sequential GlobalSensory ModesSharon Wingron, CPLP- Visual- KinestheticSensoryInputsYour PEOPLE Development Partner!- AuditoryWings of Success LLCProductivityHighestand BestPerformanceExcellencewww.developPEOPLE.com PerformanceLearning Communication 9 Fs FINISHED FILES ARE FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARSTHE RESULT OF YEARSOF SCIENTIFIC STUDYOF SCIENTIFIC STUDYCOMBINED WITH THECOMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY EXPERIENCE OF MANYYEARS OF WORKING YEARS OF WORKING FOCUSED FOLKSFOCUSED FOLKS 1

2. Todays PurposeTodays AgendaThe Century of the Brain Self Awareness of Learning & Thinking Principles Styles NLP & Accelerated Learning Introduce Tools for Professional SuccessSensory Modes Thinking Modes Consider Organizational Applications Your BRAINMODEpower AssessmentScores and StatisticsProfessional Development Application Tools & Activities Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. The Century of the BRAIN BRAIN MODE Influences Work smarter, not harder How you prefer to: Learn Out-think, out-learn, out-create Think Work What you: Leveraging brain power #1 success factor Communicate Enjoy doingKnowing your strengths in how you learn and think and Pay attention toacting on this knowledge, is the key to performance. Remember Peter Drucker Select as careers Management Challenges for the 21st Century Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.2 3. PrinciplesNLP and Accelerated Learning Neuro-Linguistic Accelerated Learning Everyone's BRAIN MODE power is unique Programming (NLP) People are smarter and Modes are learning and thinking styles Neuro sensory inputs more capable than they create thought think Mode preferences are diverse patterns/experience Limiting beliefs limit our Preferences can be measured reliably Linguistic languageperformance and quality No style combination is better than another imprints to provideof life experience Remove barriers to The power comes from leveraging strengths Programming steps to quicken and expand All modes can be strengthened create desired outcome learningCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.???Activity How do you approach learning? Pick a partner New project at work Choose Person A and Person B Person A explain to Person B how to get to Topic you are studying in school your house from work New technology/equipment to use 3 minutes Person B explain to Person A how to get to the airport from work 3 minutes Discuss how your learning and thinking styles came in to play in this discussion 4 minutes 3 4. Did you Sensory Modes Draw a picture? Take in information Visual (V) Use your hands to assist the communication Express yourself See and Show process? Give exact mileage? Mode Sequence Auditory (A) Describe landmarks such as stores, restaurants, Primary Hear and Tell or other visual indicators? Secondary Kinesthetic (K) Talked out loud to your friend? Tertiary Do and Demonstrate Saw the drive in your mind? Started with an overview of the drive (e.g., it will take about 15 minutes or I live in Clayton)? Gave step-by-step, detailed instructions? Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Visual Auditory See information Hear information Draw, doodle, take notes Listen People watch Discuss, debate Color Ask questions Organization Think about meaning Visualizeof wordsCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 4 5. KinestheticThinking Mode Functions Left Hemisphere -Right Hemisphere - Move Sequential Global Hands-on Language Imagination DemonstratePossibilities & options Math & numbers Dress for comfortForms & patterns Logic & analysis Visual & spatial Direct experience Sequence & order Rhythm & music Words of a songCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. SequentialGlobal Organized Big picture Logical Possibilities & options Accurate Visionary Data Broad goals Analysis Multi-tasks Single tasks Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. 5 6. BRAIN MODE powerIntegratedConnecting the Power Within to Highest and Best Performance Cognitive Thinking ModesHighly IntegratedSequential Global CombinationSensory Modes Sequential- VisualSensory - KinestheticInputs Global - AuditoryProductivity HighestPerformanceand Best ExcellencePerformance Learning CommunicationCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODEpower AssessmentBRAINMODEpower Based on scientific researchThe only assessment system that: 3 on-line products in English & Spanish Quantifies & tracks learning and thinking patterns1. Professional Development Foundational2. Team Development Delivers customized tools for productivity,learning, communications and problem solving3. Sales Success Provides the management tools to develop Focus on individual, team and organizational:learning and thinking as an organizational Productivity competence Learning Communication Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.6 7. BRAINMODEpower Since you took the onlinefor Professional Development Report Sectionsassessment How have you experienced your 1. Part I Your Profile Summary BRAINMODEpower at work? 2. Part II Your Profile Interpretation What have you noticed? What have you observed? 3. Part III Your Application Tools What have you felt? What have you heard? What questions do you have? Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Sensory ModesSequences and Scores Highest Score Primary Mode BRAIN MODE power Sensory Mode Data Preferred way to first take in information What you prefer to pay most attention to AKV VAK AVK 4% 3%KVA 7% Next Highest Score Back-Up ModeKAV Helps sort, organize and integrate informationVKAKVA Motivates us to action VKAVAK51% AVK 27% KAVAKV Lowest Score Creative Mode 8% What you pay least attention to Unconscious/sub-conscious mode Creative breakthroughs K = Kinesthetic; V = Visual; A = Auditory Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.7 8. Thinking Mode Scores BRAIN MODE power Thinking Mode Data Most people have a combination of Sequential and Global scoresG G GlobalSHighly Global16%HG High Scores = High Preferences25%HG HIHighly Integrated6% HSHighly Sequential Close Scores = Integrated ThinkingHII IntegratedIS 11%IG Integrated, leaning G HS21%IGIIntegrated, leaning S 6%IS14% 1% S Sequential Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. BRAINMODEpower Application Tools 1. Leveraging Thinking Mode powerApplication Tool StrategiesProductivity2. Creating Effective Environments Take responsibility and control of your success3. Improving Communication Starts with self-awareness of your strongestBRAIN MODE BRAINMODEpower traits and assets 4. Accelerating Learning powerCornerstones Start now with where you are 5. Accessing Creativity Leverage your strongest modes Communication Learning Grow and expand modes to growCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.8 9. Application 1 Productivity Principles Use BRAINMODEpower worksheet Work and learning environments affect performance Review strategies from categories Remove distractions that block performancerepresenting your strongest modes Create environments that align with what you have to do Divide into groups by your PrimarySensory Activities Thinking Activities Thinking ModeVisual observingGlobal multi-task, creative, ideas, strategic Pick Thinking partner with different Auditory listeningSequential single task, data, accuracy, logic Primary Thinking modeKinesthetic hands-on Discuss how to work together in futureCopyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.Productivity EnhancersDistractions Sensory EnvironmentsThinking Environments Sensory Modes Thinking Modes Auditory Sequential Quiet Formal Auditory: random sound, Sequential: informal settings,interruptionslack of order & logic, multi- Interruption free Bright light tasking, low light, too warm Cooler temperature Visual: unattractive Visual Quiet environment, clutter Global: formal settings, lack of Attractive Snacks/drinks at breaksoptions & possibilities, single OrganizedKinesthetic: cramped space,tasking, bright light, too cold Globalphysical discomfort Integrated: not able to see big Kinesthetic Informal picture and how pieces fit Touch and move Dim lighttogether, lack of environmental Physical comfort Warm temperature options Background sound Snacks/drinks while working Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved.9 10. Application 2: Environment Individual CommunicationPrinciples Review the Environment section of your Each person has their own communication style Application Tools Consider a specific activity you would like Rapport and understanding increases when people receive to improve your productivity ininformation on their preferred wavelength or modes Design the ideal space for this activity Ask people to communicate with you on YOUR Use drawings, words WAVELENGTH or mode preferences Identify a space that could fit this need Copyright 1994 2008, The HADRON Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Individual Co