- Slides: 28
Private Victory To Public Victory
End in Mind for PTP • Transition from “me” to “we” • Emotional bank account • Types of organizations • Investing in each other
Private Victory to Public Victory P. 79 79
Get it right with “Me” Before get it right with “We”
The Maturity Continuum Trust Achieving results while working with others Self. Discipline & follow through Trustworthiness Private Victory to Public Victory 80
Emotional Bank Account The Emotional Bank Account Private Victory to Public Victory 82
Video EBA One Cartoon at a Time
The Emotional Bank Account Deposits • Seek first to understand. • Show kindness, courtesy, respect. • Keep promises. • Be loyal to the absent. • Set clear expectations. • Apologize. • Give feedback (“I” messages). • Forgive. Private Victory to Public Victory Withdrawals • Assume you understand. • Show unkindness, discourtesy, disrespect. • Break promises. • Be disloyal, badmouth. • Create unclear expectations. • Be proud and arrogant. • Give no feedback or evaluate character (“you” messages). • Hold grudges. 82
Honoring the Absent
Video Pay It Forward A Soldier and a Gold Star Kid
3 Types of Organizations 1. Traditional- conventional, hierarchy, professional isolation 2. Congenial- friendly social interactions & professional isolation 3. Collegial- purposeful interactions creating uplifting climate 1
Think About… Which type of organization do you want to be a part of? What can you do to make Orange Elementary that kind of an organization?
Invest in each other “The nature of the relationships among the adults who inhabit a school has more to do with its quality, character, and the accomplishments of its pupils than any other factor. ” -Roland Barth
More deposits= Higher Trust 5: 1 rule
Ready, Set, Reflect …. Write! What are 5 ways YOU could make deposits to create an uplifting climate at Orange?
5 Love Languages
Modeling: An EBA Strategy • • Use 7 Habits Language Model leadership Greetings Good eye contact Firm handshakes Attentively listening Random acts of kindness • Smiling • Positivity • Compliments • • • Proactive language Patience Forgiveness (PRE) Encouragement Appropriate humor Manners Follow through Keeping a promise Honoring other’s time Teachable moments Put the phone down!
VIDEO Kid President
Food for thought… Everyone is watching how you treat the least desirable/most challenging person. EVERY WORD and ACTION contributes to your classroom/school culture.
Envision and Plan Privately, consider two people • Student • Colleague Generate specific ideas for how you will give deposits this coming school year What deposits do you COMMIT to doing over the next week? Month?