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  1. RETENTIVE OPTIMISATION METHODOLOGIES RELATED ACTIVE MEMORIES The Science of Optimization Development Get plugged In with Dr Arayan Richard Jenkins. PhD Educational Administration. Ma, Sociolinguistic Science. Ma, Neurolinguistic Science Master Practitioner; N.L.P. ISO9001:2015 Certified, Training Development.
  2. There are fundamental differences between LEARNING and DEVELOPMENT. Existing Knowledge is a constant and New knowledge is acceptance.
  3. Always Remember Nothing can be Unsaid
  4. 1 CHANCE The transference of knowledge can only happen when the knowledge is given in a way that is understood.
  5. Learning Repetitiously
  6. Adaptive Development Modify what you already know to Creatively & Critically Develop and then lead into the future Instinct Taught Modify Developed Difficulty Indicator MentalDexterityValueIndicator Critical – what & ? Critical – What & When Critical – Creative – What, When & How Creative – How
  7. Unconscious Competence I don’t know what I am suppose to know I know what I am suppose to know I just don’t know how Progressive Perception of awareness Conscious Competence Unconscious Incompetence Conscience Incompetence Doing Knowing Competence Incompetence ConscienceUnconscious 3 I am now aware and I know How 1 2 4 Muscle Memory – I can do it without thinking about it. MentalityManagementMap Let’s take a journey from the Unconscious to the conscious and back to the unconscious Now that we understand the Mental Management Map and we realize we’ve taken this journey a million time. Please keep it in mind for the rest of the time we share together
  8. Critical Thinking 22nd Century Critical Thinkers Technological – Information & Media Fluencies Thinking Skills Problem Solving Collaboratively Contextually Transparently Inter Disciplined Project Based Learning build develop assess foster use teach are work
  9. How will we know when a “discovery” or conclusion constitutes new knowledge ?
  10. Creative-Critical Thinking Elements All Reasoning stems from a Question All Reasoning leads to a conclusion All Reasoning has purpose All Reasoning is based on an assumptions The Assumptions we make help us understand the analytical process Reasoning helps us to manage information
  11. Conditional Thought – What is it? Reflective observation of change Reviewing your understandingsActively Experimenting Actively believe Your changes will make a differences
  12. Welcome To Creative-Critical Thinking Skills
  13. Creative-Critical Thinking After we identify the problem and our part in the problem
  14. Creative-Critical Thinking Observations. From a series of observations, we establish: Step 1 Observe
  15. Creative-Critical Thinking Facts. From a series of facts, or from an absence of fact, we make: Step 1a Known Facts
  16. Creative-Critical Thinking Inferences. Testing the validity of our inferences, we make: Step 1b Make Inferences
  17. Creative-Critical Thinking Assumptions. From our assumptions, we form our: Step 1c Draw Assumption
  18. Creative-Critical Thinking Opinions. Taking our opinions, we use the principles of logic to develop: Step 1d Build Opinion
  19. Creative-Critical Thinking Arguments. When we want to challenge the arguments of others, we employ: Step 1e Argue
  20. Welcome To Adaptive Learning & Development Skills
  21. The Adaptive Learner The 4 principles Instinct Bases what you feel on what you know I did this as a child. I think this will happen. I need to change before I change them. 1
  22. The Adaptive Learner The 4 principles Taught Bases on what you were taught in Education The Textbook say this. My lecturer said this. 2
  23. The Adaptive Learner The 4 principles Modify Based on what you can change It’s not the same situation. I can do this but I must change that. Nothing makes sense 3
  24. The Adaptive Learner The 4 principles Develop Bases what you have changed and the situation your in. It is similar, but what elements are different?. I think this will happen. What does my bosses need me to do? 4
  25. The Adaptive Learner The 5 principle Next Step Seeking help and understanding. Who can I talk to? Who has the Information about the situation we’re in? How can my team work on this with me? 5
  26. The Adaptive Learner The 5 principle Next Step5 Getting it together is difficult. Know YOURSELF first and then DELEGATES or SUBORDINATES
  28. Visual Auditory Digital - Hearing Auditory - Listening Kinesthetic - Touch Memorize by seeing pictures and are less distracted by noise. They learn by listening and can repeat back quiet easily Often talk slowly. They memorize by walking through the procedures. They want to know the process makes sense. They memorize by being told the steps Which one are you?
  30. ShortTerm Memory LongTermMemory Inherent Memory SHORT TERM MEMORIES: The Human Mind can retain up to (8) EIGHT Things in Short Term memory, however you only need to keep (3) three things. Clear your mind of everything else Ask only one question! What are the Three Most Important things that constantly change during my day? 1. What am I working on Today? 2. Where am I involved? 3. Who else needs to be involved? • During a day WHAT you’re working on will change. • You always need to remember WHERE you’re involved. Ownership is important here. • Solutions or Stop Gap are never one minded. So, always know WHO else will be involved. Everything else needs to be in your IMMEDIATE LONG TERM MEMORY.
  31. ShortTerm Memory LongTermMemory Inherent Memory LONG TERM MEMORIES: The Human Mind retain Everything in Long Term memory, It has No Beginning but has an End New Long Term Memories are added Every Minute Ask only one question! What are the Three Most Important things I must bring to my immediate Long Term Memory. 1. What am I talking about today? 2. What Business are my participants in? 3. I am the very Best Learning practitioner on Earth!!! • Remembering your Strategy tools are vital to understanding Direction & Causation. • Knowing as much as you can about CAUSATION & EFFECT is important Knowing your Industry is super important. • What is your mindset about Strategic Planning. Everything else needs to be in the BACKGROUND LONG TERM MEMORY.
  32. ShortTerm Memory LongTermMemory Inherent Memory INHERENT MEMORIES: Your Inherent memory various shades of grey, starting with . • What you learn about your Work • What you learnt At School – College – University. • Your Personal Life • Your Marital Status. • Your Needs • Your Wants • Your Wishes • Your Secret Desires. • The memories of Childhood – Parental – Morals - Ethics • Your Inherent Memories are what makes you, YOU. • They are the guiding force behind every mental decision you make. • Your Inherent Memories CANNOT be changed , But you can Control them , • IN FACT YOU NEED TOO. R.A.G.E. = RACE – AGE – GENDER - ETHICS
  33. RETENTIVE OPTIMISATION METHODOLOGIES RELATED ACTIVE MEMORIES The Science of Optimization Development Get plugged In with Dr Arayan Richard Jenkins. PhD Educational Administration. Ma, Sociolinguistic Science. Ma, Neurolinguistic Science Master Practitioner; N.L.P. ISO9001:2015 Certified, Training Development. THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING ROM & RAM NOW GoForthandDevelop

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  1. Having a Map in Step Mentality is your foundation for Critical Thinking is the first step to understanding Issue Handling through the Convergence of Critical and Creative Thinking
  2. We usually start in a state of not knowing what we don't know, called 'unconscious incompetence'. If we have never done some­thing, probably because we have not needed to or desired to, then we have probably not even considered either the possibility of doing it or how we might do it. When I was a small child I never considered that driving a car was something that I would learn in later life. Driving a car was just something that grown-ups did. However, at the beginning of my first driving lesson, I quickly moved to the next stage of the learning cycle, called 'conscious incompetence'. As the car leapt and weaved its way down the road, the engine stalled and we rolled into the kerb. I became very aware of my own incompetence. I felt very foolish at the time but was determined to learn how to drive. I wanted the freedom that came with having a driving licence. Gradually, as the driving lessons progressed, I moved into stage 3 of the learning cycle, as shown in Figure 2.1. As I recited to myself 'Mirror, signal, manoeuvre', and learnt the technique of easing off the accelerator, depressing the clutch, changing gear and then slowly lifting the clutch while depressing the accelerator I became very conscious of my developing competence - albeit with the occasional and rather embarrassing visit back to stages 1 and 2. During my driving test I was completely absorbed with the techniques and skills I had learnt - it took all of my conscious effort - and I passed. Many years later, and after many miles of driving I have become an unconsciously competent driver. I still sometimes wonder how I know when a car in front of me is going to make that unusual manoeuvre that I seem to have anticipated, how I managed that hill start without reciting my 'script' and how I managed to end up safely at my usual destination without having been aware either of driving the car or of the journey itself.
  3. Most instincts are developed within the first 7 years of your life and further developed over the next 21 years. This means by the age of 28 you have everything you need to get you through your life. They say that morals, beliefs and opinions are enhanced by your development.
  4. Education isn’t just what you learn at school or university but it’s the main area of what you are taught. Have your children come home and said “No daddy, my teacher says this or that.” or “but my teacher told us this….” this is the beginning of the taught mentality, its what happens during your lifetime NO you don’t even need to be school taught. As a child you are taught very quickly that FIRE can burn and it hurts, so you learn not to play with fire and be very careful with it. WHAT IF, you were never taught this could you burn yourself and not feel pain? Some esoterica psychologist believe this to be true, and that you could burn your skin and your pain receptors wouldn’t react.
  5. Belief systems and Moral guidance help us to modify our thought patterns as does society every single day. We are taught that killing is bad but society tells us that killing an enemy is good – So my question is this “ If you are my enemy and I kill you is it a good thing or a bad thing?” Society also tells us who are our enemies and also tells us who can kill them. In business we are told by the company VISION and MISSION who are our enemy (competitor) and that we don’t go killing those that work for the competitor but kill (destroy) the entity, the company through analytical social strikes at their products.
  6. As we move through our lives within the organization we develop methodologies to move the company forward. We sometimes get stuck, this isn’t bad it simply means we are what we are and will not progress in the organization but be the very best we can in what we do. Some develop new methodologies based upon experience ( We all can do this) and through analyzing the past in order to see the future and to sometime see up-coming problems sometimes referred to as JIT Thinking (Just In Time) see a goodly distance into the future is forecasting and there are predictive modelling tools to help.
  7. The NEXT STEP is simple as we can all do it. Take your past – overlay it on the present - see the future with uncertain minds, believing it to be a possibility but can change at any time. Neuro Linguistic Programming can help you here along with many other mentalities, that can do mental prediction. Understanding who you are is the first step, then, understanding those around you, both superiors and subordinates. This is essential as you need to know how people will react to what you propose.
  8. Understand who you are (really) is important. We all say “I know who I am.” but do we really? You are a make-up of many things: Emotional Intelligence. The Intrapersonal you. The Inter-personal you. The Adaptive you. The Stress Manager in you. The General Mood you. Let’s look at these one at a time. You can modify the information to work with others.
  9. Circle the one you think is you.