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Course: Creating a Mindset for Change

Creating a Mindset for Change

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  • Certificate on Completion
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About this Course

Creating a mindset for change is a process that moves individuals from being unconscious and reactionary to being creative and intentional. This is the shift in mindset that is needed for people to focus on positive outcomes and change. So creating awareness and talking about it is an important first step in creating change. In the Creating a Mindset for Change Process, Laura Goodrich, Global Workforce Innovator, will guide you through a series of micro learning on the Seeing Red Cars methodology. This course will give you the tools you need to maintain a positive mindset and change behavior.

Basic knowledge
  • The perfect thing about this course is that no prior experience or knowledge is required. The only thing you will need is willing to learn
What you will learn
  • Shows you how fear based thinking is getting in the way of change
  • Teaches you how to rewire your brain toward positive outcomes
  • Enables you to create thoughts, actions, and behaviors that align with the outcomes you want
  • Provides the necessary tools you’ll need to act on your strategic priorities
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 81
Total Duration: 01:30:49
Changing your Mindset
  • Creating a Mindset for Change - Toolkit  
  • Creating a Mindset for Change - Roadmap  
  • Creating a Mindset for Change  

    Meet the author, Laura Goodrich and be introduced to a mindtrigger or lesson that will rewire your brain to be more change adaptive and gain access to the toolit and road map as guides. 

  • You Get More of Whatever You focus On- Introduction  

    They will learn what causes unconscious focus and what influences it. They will also begin the process of separating what they can and cannot control. 

  • You Get More of Whatever you Focus on  
  • You Get More of Whatever You Focus On- Reflection  
  • Your Intentions Are Good-Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Your Intentions Are Good  

    Learners are coming to understand how an unconscious focus on fear can negatively impact outcomes.

  • Your Intentions Are Good- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

Fear-Based Thinking
  • Fear-Based Thinking- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Fear-Based Thinking  

    Learners come to understand the rationale for fear based thinking.

  • Fear-Based Thinking- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Why We Fear What We Do- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Why We Fear What We Do  

    Learners begin to truly see themselves through learning about social conditioning, real life experience, and the fact that we fear that which we don’t understand.  

  • Why We Fear What We Do- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Recognizing Your Fears- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Recognizing Your Fears  

    Learners begin the process of separating those things that they can and cannot control and focus on those that they can control or influence and practice changing your focus to the outcomes you want instead of the ones they don't want. 

  • Recognizing Your Fears- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

Managing Moments
  • Overriding Fear-Based Thinking-Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Overriding Fear-Based Thinking  

    Learners also recognize that acknowledging specific areas of fear based focus is an important step in change and overriding the brain. 

  • Overriding Fear-Based Thinking- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Back to Ted- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Back to Ted  

    Learners are introduced to an example of aligning thoughts, actions and behaviors with the outcomes wanted

  • Back to Ted- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Putting it All Together- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Putting it All Together  

    Learners are introduced to the power of disciplined focus in the midst of chaos and distractions and be directed to intentionally focus on the outcome they want.

  • Putting it All Together- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

Embracing Change
  • Your Reaction to Change- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Your Reaction to Change  
  • Your Reaction to Change- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Playing to Your Strengths- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Playing to your strengths  
  • Playing to Your Strengths- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Who Do You Think You Are?- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind-trigger

  • Who Do You Think You Are?  

    Uncertainty in the marketplace and workplace often causes us to loose sight of your greatest assets. Learners gain clarity on their passions/interest, strengths and values and the value of truly leveraging them to achieve the positive outcomes they want.  

  • Who Do You Think You Are?- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • On a High Note- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • On a High Note  
Discovering Your Assets
  • Tools to Discover Your Assets  

    Learners now begin utilizing their toolkit to chart their course and to use in conversations with their leaders and ultimately their employees.  

  • Tools to Discover Your Assets- Reflection  

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  • Working With Your Weaknesses- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Working With Your Weaknesses  

    Learners deepen their self-awareness developed in the process by identifying weaknesses and establishing methods and tactics to neutralise those weaknesses.  

  • Working With Your Weaknesses- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • What Once Worked, No Longer Works- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • What One Worked No Longer Works  

    Learners recognize the importance of accepting the discomfort that is always present in early skill acquisition and will gain perspective on their own CMC journey by way of learning from a story that exemplifies extraordinary courage, discipline and inspiration. 

  • What Once Worked, No Longer Works- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • Scanning for Trends- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • Scaning for Trends  

    Learners will recognize how critical it is to keep up to date on changing technology, the global marketplace, demographic shifts and charing consumer, and employee behavior and expectations. Learners will identify their methods and system for “High Beams” on research. 

  • Scanning for Trends- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

Making it Happen
  • The Bucket List- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • The Bucket List  

    Learners will begin the process of reconnecting with these wants, refining them and having the discipline to keep their focus on them.  

  • The Bucket List- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • The Professional Wheel- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • The Professional Wheel  

    Learners will deepen their self-awareness by identifying their current level of effectiveness with each of the CMC competencies. This is a critical step in the process of Creating a Mindset for Change.

  • The Professional Wheel- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions.

  • I Want Statements- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger.

  • I Want Statements  

    Learners redirect their thoughts toward the outcomes they want by writing “I Want” statements for each of the CMC competencies.  

  • I Want Statements- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • The Bridge- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • The Bridge  

    Learners identify their top priorities in the next six months and recognize the importance of the distinction between “Must Haves” and those things that are “Nice, but not necessary.”

  • The Bridge- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

Influencing Others
  • The 70%- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • The 70%  

    Learners recognise who will help them Create a Mindset for Change on their team and who will not. 

  • The 70%- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • Understanding the Dynamics- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Understanding the Dynamics  

    Learners deepen their understanding of Ambassadors, Back-Seat Sitter and Detractors in this Mind trigger. 

  • Influencing Others: Understanding the Dynamics- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • Ambassadors- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Ambassadors  

    Learners recognize the power of these stories and importance of each team member need to come to their own conclusions about change, in their own way, in their own time.  

  • Ambassadors- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

Buiding Awareness
  • Change Comes With Intention- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Changes comes with Intention  

    Learners will be better prepared to identify how their intentional focus on either positive or negative outcomes has influenced their life.

  • Change Comes With Intention- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • Preparing for a Meeting- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • Prep for Meeting  

    Learners will prepare for an upcoming meeting using their “I Want” statements to guide them.

  • Preparing for a Meeting- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • A Positive Future- Introduction  

    Introduction to the mind trigger

  • A Positive future  
  • A Positive Future- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

  • Reaching Critical Mass  

    Learners will see and commit to their role in influencing a self-sustaining intentional culture of focus on “I wants and We Wants” that fuels future growth, innovation and positive change.  

  • Reaching Critical Mass- Reflection  

    Fill out your self-reflection questions

Reviews (1)
1 month before
Great program on Change- the mindset angle is very good