Month 2 – Motivate and Inspire

Month 2 – Motivate and Inspire

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Write three things that inspire you and keep them where you can refer to them
Write down your organisation's vision or purpose in your own words
Write a paragraph on your current corporate culture. Does it need to be redefined? If so, how?
Write down how your company is (or should be) promoting wellness programs. If they're not, you may submit a proposal. Career builder opportunity alert!
Write down three acts of kindness you can do today
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Write a single goal in one short sentence. Also list anything that has hampered you in the past
Write and place your goal statement in three obvious places. Also write five supportive steps you will take to help you reach your goal
Identify and list your personal triggers. Write down what they are and how you current respond to them
Take a moment and write down what tomorrow, next week and next year will look like if you do nothing. This isn't mean, it's motivating!
This week we covered deliberate goal setting. Checking this box is an outward and visible declaration that you are committed and will do a single little thing every day - that you identify in a list - to make your goal become reality
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On your calendar, title four separate campaigns to help you or your team accomplish something each quarter.
Plan a listening session based on your campaign concepts. If you can't facilitate it, ask someone who can.
Set the start date, at least two check-points, and end date.
Explore and identify two playful ideas to apply to your campaign.
Imagine how friendly competitions can create a culture of team spirit and enthusiasm for others and yourself. This is the magic of campaigns.
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Identify two ways to add a bit of personal branding in your organization
List three ways you would create the 'Perfect First Day'. Even if you're not a manager, you can suggest your ideas to your supervisor. Career Gold!
List five different short ice-breaker activities that can kick-off a meeting in a fun and team-building way
Diagnose ways to reinvigorate your internal communications and consider alternatives
You've spent a week learning how and why to connect teams, imagine now how you can apply this in a college setting a parent association - wherever groups gather!