So this is the final entry to piece together all the different bits that have come together at different times of the year, all aiding in my personal development in different avenues. Even though I am completing a masters degree at the moment improving on both levels were of utmost importance, as each had far reaching implications. Before I attended any workshops, I was quite unorganised with quite a number of all nighters.
Additionally, I needed improvements in delivering presentations, which were a significant part of the assessments for the course.
Furthermore I took the workshop of 'Speedy Reading', a valuable tool especially in a masters degree with a multitude of reading materials with so little time to complete.
On a personal level I always saw myself as passive in my approach and thus posing obstacles in oral communication, I never dared to talk initiatively. Delivering effective presentations, P4, was the most enjoyable workshop, and the first I was willing to actively recommend attending (truely valuable in practicality and effectiveness)!
Warwick Skills Workshops provided a good platform for us to actively inspect ourselves, to motive the improvement of our flaws, and to guide our actions using a variety of useful approaches. So finally I would say these workshops have taken me far and completely changed me, instilling a range of skills that I continue to better every day. A thoroughly fitting and memorable way to end this journey of personal development and achievement along with the LONDON Olympics 2012. Follow-up to Follow Up 3: Jumping the hurdles, glimpsing the light at the end of the page ! Over the weeks and months my practice framework for reading included everything from little articles to paper to long journals. After trying out this a few times I become conscious of the time consuming aspect it harboured.
It also helped with the other important factor of assessing whether my reading was effective.
Overall I would say my improved and realigned process of speeding reading for dissertation has been working really well and will be something I will utilising for the next 20 days J. As I had previously mentioned SMART has helped me achieve the complete CV and vacancy applications. Overall from this workshop, I have gained the skills to manage my time more effectively and achieve my objectives more efficiently, e.g. During my baby steps in time management, when I created my daily list, I began by writing down every single task that I intended to complete over the course of the day.
During the weeks after my workshop, I have seen myself often using the To-Do list and the this techniques often prevent me from forgetting important tasks which I always did before. In conclusion this workshop has been a game changer for me this year, proving me useful insight into techniques and issue as well as forcing me to look within and how I might be KILLING MY TIME or JUST NOW GETTING THE MOST OUT OF IT.
Over the months I have stated and implemented a number of action points that has thoroughly developed me and given me insight into being assertive. Overall all the practice I had implementing the different techniques allowed me to see all the aspects of the techniques, when they are good when they are bad etc.
During group work session, especially whilst being the group leader I wrestled with getting my emotions involved. On a different note, the BIRD appraisal measure is a valuable tool, however at first, it wasn’t easy to apply since at times I forgot what each letter stood for. The best aspect was that I am able to consistently use the steps in making behaviour more assertive.
Following my journey on this path of assertiveness, I genuinely believe that I have changed considerably, I actually feel that I’m not always standing in my own way. This journey on self assessment, reflection and development has done just that, making me more assertive and boosting my self-esteem. Now that all the academic presentations are done, it is the perfect time to reflect on and assess the steps I took, hurdles faced and most of all the results I achieved.
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I must say at the start of the year, I was trying to make my own methodology to tackle presentations. Following the workshops I was able to develop significantly to the point now looking back I myself can’t believe the person I have become. The basics of getting ready for a presentation are etched into me, as I want to excel and obtain something once I was so worried was my biggest weakness. Practice is another key feature for delivering effective presentations, however the technicality of how you practise comes down to each person.
On the whole these aspect of presentations are key into effective delivery, it is always breaking the ice and tackling the first ppt with focus and direction that helps you develop and pave the path for success in all others. Moreover, using props are a good way of interacting with the audience, making your ppt stand out and memorable.
I know for a fact presentations are not only formal for academia, but is an aspect of yourself everything you do, conversation or meeting someone for the first time and most important of all at interviews.
Delivering effective presentations are not only useful for presentations you give but helps you to be the free and confident public speaker you always dreamt of being. A very big thank you to Bev for this immensely insightful, helpful and personal character developing workshops. Looking back on the path that I treaded on since the workshop, a lot of hurdles, falls and successes can be seen.
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It is vital to have either a great system of scheduling or a good property management software. Looking back I have completely changed in the way I act, communicate , handle myself, interact with others as well as they way I think and assess situations.
In this modern world establishing mastering in both aspects sets you apart as an individual in personal and work life. Thus all of the skills modules I undertook were centred around those specific skills that would have the most impact. I learned a more effective and systematic method of reading especially establishing the use of the well known GUIDE.
When I saw the workshop 'becoming more assertive', I made up my mind to change my timid personality and to perform more actively in making friends with university students and participating in university activities.
Whilst forcing me to assess myself, I was able to get a true insight into what were my time stealers. I feel that the things I learnt about skills development as opposed to actual skills were merely side-effects of the process - for example, setting goals that actually have benchmarks with which they can be measured (a goal that I learnt several times over across all the workshops and may even only now be beginning to stick). In fact, successful achievements are usually made through the combination of all the possible resources. Overall I must say this was a thoroughly thrilling and exhilarating time with a range of experiences, good and bad, all teaching and helping me to develop. One moment I was worrying about reading for the dissertation and another I am coasting through them without worry. For the last month it has included a plethora of journals and articles for the dissertation. Reading is a skill, and like any other skill, the constant effort to do it a little better keeps you getting better and better at it as time goes on.
If you normally see two words at a time when you read, your eyes look at two words, move to the next two and stop to look at those, move to the next two, etc.
After reading the whole article, ask myself what did I get from it, does it meet my expectation, which part should be useful for my study, etc. After reading the whole article and then assessing it proved to inefficient as on numerous occasions after spending time reading an article, then assessing it and realising it didn’t meet my expectations seemed to be a waste of time. The article could have been very useful for the dissertation, but if I had not read effectively I would have initially taken too long to read and if the comprehension was not up to scratch will have to spend more time re-reading it.
I have gone from being fearful of the number of words to read, to seeing it as something interesting , something I can sink into without worry how long I take.
Wouldn't time spent planning be better spent on assignments, studying, games or catching up on lost sleep?
Clear my mind of any personal methods to sort this mess out and take a tour of my day, my priorities, my time and the importance of balance… was the initial gain from the workshop. My last two modules being riddled with work was the time to implement it, especially using it on presentations we had to make. GANT on the other had was used a little before, but has be truly valuable in determining the work regime for my dissertation. It is the most powerful time management technique ever discovered to increase productivity and improve your organizational skills. The rule I followed was that I will increase productivity by 25 percent the very first day that I start using a list. But something that might distract you from your other work regains its true importance when you write it down.
Also, I find myself having clear targets to achieve and knowing how to achieve them, and hence spending my time accordingly. This is the time when your friends or in this case my supervisor are most readily available. I realised that my daily to do list shouldn’t be a list of things I HOPE to get done (if the stars align just right).
But as always consistency is the issue to work on and in the coming future, I will definitely keep applying the skills I learned from the workshop whilst seeking new methods which might further improve my time management, All together could enable me to achieve my long term objectives more efficiently.
This workshop has been a time of reflection, assessing what was going wrong in my life, why and how I can improve it. Assertiveness as a behavioural type which entwines non-verbal communication (body language), (intonation) as well as verbal communication. A lot of the occasions I have been quite effective as I have stated in previous posts, with respect to conflict resolution etc.
A lot of them really helped me develop this state of mind, keeping emotion away and becoming assertive. Mainly due to the fact that being the leader, I tried to exude some authority emphasising the need for everyone’s opinions, principally in a group consisting of very strong personalities . Previously being a YES person to everyone, thus not looking out for myself, this was a big change.

This has improved my psychological mindset in being more emotionally stable and thus being focussed in generating an Assertive and critical argument or on the other hand having a thoroughly stimulating conversation with someone and generating the correct impression.
As I used it more and more during practise, especially by keeping the sheet in my bag at first whilst going to each group work session, it started to become easier to implement as it became second nature, thus giving me the confidence and ease of mind that I have the power to tackle such situations. Using the the stated procedure has really helped especially in tackling really intense situations, where I have tried to handle group members with really strong or hostilitic personalities.
Rather I have become the person pushing myself into the future without staying in the past.
Most important of all I don’t think this journey is over here, as the world out there is a place full of surprises. It would pave the way for me to develop the optimal strategy for the surprises the future might harbour.
Correction they were my biggest downfall, however with different techniques I have found my own way to handle it.
Rather than worrying about how I will speak, keeping focus on the information and knowledge as well as my image, hand gestures all helped in being less self conscious.
However, due to language barriers and other issues a number of members didn’t contribute enough hence I had to stay up the whole night without any sleep.
Using these action points and the techniques taught, especially the two finger rule, I have ever since only improved on my presentational styles. As I mentioned in my previous post (follow up 4) practice in front of a mirror does not work for me, but is after getting into the right mid-set for the presentation, going through the whole presentation whilst doing other things really takes the daunting factor away whilst also being a practise session.
I have come to learn that the single most important criteria for delivering effective presentations- can be faked! It has played a very very big role for the change I wanted, from the person I was to who I am now.
All of these together played a critical role into changing my mindset and the person I am with the way I do things. Develop my under-developed skills; namely assertiveness, presentational and organisational, with the help of the Warwick Master Skills Programme and some practice. This included a number of occasion where I trusted my feelings backing my hunches with a number of situations. If you don’t have a designated space to write, then it will be much harder to commit to your goals.
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Whether that software helps to run all elements of your building or simply provides helpful tools for account management for your tenants, both options will provide time saving options that are critical to a property manager who already has little extra time for messing around during their day-to-day tasks. I consistently established all taught aspects from this workshop into improving my organisation as it had a considerable effect on my performance during my course.
So I actively participated in any presentational workshops and resources to master the different attributes that make up the perfect presentation. It really benefited me a lot from then on, because I no longer worried about running through the materials for the course and was faster with better comprehension. From this workshop I learned how to stand firm and neutrally as an open body language, defined the features of passive, assertive and aggressive behaviour and understood being assertive is not simply in the middle of the axis but a completely independent construct. During the workshop I was also introduced to a useful planning tool recommended by the tutor, called 'SMART' plan.
In short, I feel this was more… solid than the meta-skills workshop I was expecting.
The most significant consequence of the workshops is that we understand where we can find these resources and how we can take advantage of them effectively.
Same thing I found with listening to a lecturer who speaks too slowly versus one who speaks at a comfortable but lively pace. Realigning it with my initial target of speeding and effective reading as well as with time management, I modified it to be an ever running process, regardless of where I am in the article.
This is a very costly aspect with respect to the dissertation ( SO little TIME, so Much WORK!). Nevertheless, I do believe making this perfect is something of a long term goal and will require a lot of practice, something I will be ensuring to do. In fact, like spending money on advertising to grow a business, assessing your use of time now will pay off in greater efficiency and achievement later. Currently I have come a long way from what I used to be all with successes and failures, but trying to get consistency was all that mattered.
The different parts of the presentations had different priorities and thus SMART helped complete the whole task effortlessly. I had used the link given in the workshop to prepare an assignment planner, always trying to ensure the deadlines are met. These have been absolutely useful and valuable in obtaining achievements this year, and hopefully brings new achievements in the days to come. Ineffective people, those who are overwhelmed with too many things to do and too little time, either do not use a list or do not refer to a list if they have one in the first place(THE PAST ME). This means that I will get two extra hours of productive time in an eight hour day from the simple act of making a list of everything i have to do before I start work. An item that is written down on the list next to all your other tasks and responsibilities often doesn’t seem so important after all. Comparing to before, I did not use to have any objectives and just do whatever came up in my mind and get distracted easily by smalls tasks, I feel I have improve significantly. Thus, those days I give some thought to structuring my day for both my external and internal prime times. An integral part of it was getting myself organised and understanding the prospect of time as well as also finding the balance that currently I enjoy. I will ensure I practice and develop all the skills and techniques learnt and thus mould a bright future. Additionally the third occasion brings together a group of a mix of people with ones who want me to be a leader and others who what to control the group. Posture being a cruicial factor is something I have always started to implement, something like a second nature. The benefits of something I have seen during my interactions with people and with the increased interactions people have had with me compared to before I protruded an ASSERTIVE NATURE. I found that it taught me how to take my time and think before engaging in a conflict (or even being part of a situation).
I have improved my self confidence considerable and is something I always hold on to dearly, being so proud J. Life with throws ups and downs constantly at you and forgetting about what I have learnt here would mean going back to that ME that I so dislike.
Definitely breathing has always helped, but ensuring all of the action points are handled built the overall picture which helped handle the nerves, and in one way helping me use the nervousness to my advantage. Additionally, it was then I would give little focus to how I am speaking with respect to changes in tone, intonation etc.
This was reflected in the marks that I got as initially at the start of the year I obtained a mark in the late 50s, which was poor considering the amount of work I had put in. At the start of the year when I did not modulate the amount of information properly I always had 3-4 pages full of text ( what I was going to speak during my presentations). Most of all, it has changed me into a presenter that can talk without a script with confidence. Specifically ensuring the structure is interesting and logical for not only myself but others helped me in getting my points across well. I remember myself implementing this into the paper plane I made for the ppt during the workshop, as well as using the highlighter as a flower to say 5 traits like the 5 petals of a flower make Coventry truly the place to be J.
Not always feasible, as you won’t implement all at all times, but with practice this is becoming a part of me, my personality, a habit. It was particularly hard to let loose as I generally tend to analyse a situation from every possible angle before jumping in with both feet.
We’ve embraced the season with so much fervor, our wallets, our stomachs and our emotions are upset in a mostly good way.
Let 2016 be the year that you look your inner critic in the eye, call him a dirty name and kick him out the door.
This year, I tell myself, will be the year that I hit all those goals, that I become a better person, that I change for the better. In order to hone your time-expenditure during property management, some helpful tips can be very proactive in creating a smooth running building for your tenants.
If you do not take the time to manage and organize this very small element you could quickly find yourself bogged down in time, resources or even legalities arising from not repairing certain issues in a limited amount of time. So in this final entry bringing together all the portfolios, I will reflect back on each workshop and experiences that I have been through on this road of assessing and developing oneself.
Even though I was not perfect to get 100% , I did ensure all the aspects of were covered and presented clearly as well as attractively following the workshop. Rather I made it a personalised style of reading, recording my instant thoughts together with the original text when reading that paragraph, and also highlighting parts to split the different parts so that I can refer back to them easily. This in specific I found was very pragmatic for self management of any step carried forward and the following self reflection process. Attending the regular workshops constantly promotes my high inspiration in putting the plans into practice. The initial boost in speed from 180 to 410 wpm was the biggest of motivators in my endeavour to achieve the result and reading skill. After finding strategic points in the article I went about assessing it, thus establishing whether the article is worth reading and is it useful for the dissertation.
Always keeping in mind what I hoping to gain or which bits will be useful to add to the dissertation really helped me to add signposts throughout the articles. Always assess what your going to read and why before establishing your personalised technique, as something that works for someone in one situation might not work in another, or as a matter of fact for another person.
But for now I am happy with the little habits I have formed and the success, little in the eyes of some but highly significant in the eyes of others.
I have realised that from the worrying person I was to the calm and collected person I have become, all thanks to better time management. The main aspect of the workshop that has been etched in me is the SMART method of time management. Every time there was something incomplete or over ran the designated time, SMART was used and everything was reassessed.
I have succeeded in planning for CVs, vacancies etc , but only when I actually got it done did I realise how I was changing.

Additionally, by determining action points, I have pushed myself to apply the time management techniques I learned into my day-to-day life in order to use those techniques more effectively and maximise the benefits from using those techniques.
I finally saw how I can bring order out of chaos faster with a list than with any other time management tool over the course of last 3 months. Finally, being able to prioritise tasks according to my objectives, I have find myself not missing the important deadlines or working non stop at the last minute which I often fail to do before. Ensuring that my posture, stance etc is neutral and doesn't suggest submissiveness or arrogance is key to emanating confidence.
Understanding the aspect of assertiveness I measured my saying NO was not rude but diplomatic by persuading everyone to input their bits into a document, whilst I take a well deserved break, after which I will compile it. I think being assertive and having a good self-esteem is all about how we feel about ourselves. I absolutely love the person I have become and aim to constantly practise the art of assertiveness, especially not forgetting NON-Verbal communication as well as verbal communication aspect. One significant feat was the presentation I gave in the workshop as it was then I was taking my baby steps into becoming a good presenter.
Always making sure the structure is different and creative has helped me see presentations as a performance, my unique performance. Common places for me would be in the shower, whilst working out or even whilst listening to music. However, I also have seen the effect of true confidence, which you can obtain if you see a presentation as a performance, where you are educating someone on a particular topic.
However, I did succeed in implementing that action potential with cooking, as well as with work at times ( there were moments where other colleagues would mention the structure for the essay had to be in the style stated; however I believed my structuring was more suited to my piece of work). But the party will be over soon and Monday, January 4, will be here, all bright and shiny, waiting for us to make our mark and start good habits in the New Year. If you can say no to an obligation you don’t love or need, then you can fill it up with writing time. By gently instructing them and trusting them in your tasks, you’re giving them value and having them share your vision. Instead, think about small, daily changes that can make a difference in your time management. Consult the experts at Commercial Flooring Services about their account management software. This saved my time dramatically because I didn't need to read the original text again, but directly use my own ideas in writing my essay. I don’t recall SMART goals being emphasized here, though (I believe they were in P7) and it does seem like a rather good place for them. Some areas I have highlighted and left notes on the side giving overview of the paragraph and which part of the dissertation it could be useful for. My journey began with me being overwhelmed with the amount of assignments and work I had to do for my course, always stressing I had to do this……and that!! By carrying out those actions points, I use the To-Do List every day, I always prioritise my tasks whenever I feel I am short in time and I set out my three main objectives of this year which give me guidance on allocating time appropriately this year.
As a result, they find themselves continually distracted by ringing phones, interruptions, unexpected emergencies, and e-mail requests. What I realised was that once I had written up my daily lists and begun work, new tasks and responsibilities will come up. I used to have a prime time of late nights, well technically looking at the clock now it backs my point J. It easy to get immersed into an article and just keep jumping from one to another, and then looking up at the clock it shows 2 hours have gone past. Adding to this a key revelation was that self-esteem and confidence are not mutually exclusive.
So through the months I have tuned myself into being assertive most of the time, however it is still a challenge as these behavioural traits are very circumstantial. It is the initial aspect of yourself that determines your image even before you have spoken to someone. Explaining to them what I can do for them and cannot do right now, as well as emphasising that we discussed who will take responsibility on each task.
I have also realised the importance of self assessment at every situation, as what each person has to implement is a balance. This always mean I looked at the script, lost my flow, poor eye contact and pitch, all leading to increased nervousness. I have always seen if I am not happy and santisfied with the structure it affect how I actually relate it to the audience, as a doubt in my mind creates a doubt in my tone and speaking while relating it the audience. Confidence can also be true if you are truly proud of your slide design or content use etc.
You may be surprised at how much extra time you have if you turn off Netflix, combine errands or stop playing Crossy Road.
And through the daily practice for speedy reading, I could read much more books than before in very limited time.
This workshop on the other hand picked up on personal attributes to build general confidence through action points that force me to be more pragmatic and active. Thus the bulk of the improvement came from the workshop itself and directly implementing in the plethora of presentations faced.
As of present I have been on target though slow, but having set the deadline for binding and printing 4 days prior to the hand in date I have established a broken down view of what I need to complete and when rather than looking at it as one whole thing, which is a very daunting aspect.
I find these exercises gradually improve my time management and give me more free time for other tasks. But with respect to my thesis I have come to realise my time is better during the day and by evening I start to wander with other things. So I dictate how much time to read and so ensure I am writing consistently rather than leaving a mountain to write closer to the date. One can radiate confidence and have very little self-esteem, but having high self-esteem gives you a state of contempt. This is something that I have found very easy to implement especially thanks to presentations, projecting a professional image of oneself. If they have problems we discuss and solve the issues as a group rather than me being the only problem solver. However, assessing my conversation( WHAT I AM GOING TO SAY) has really helped me stop myself, or in the case I have slipped up before it gets worse get back to the assertive nature and provide a non-emotional outlook. Depending on what sort of person you are initially the extent of implementation varies, as for a passive person they will have to be more outwardly active (extroversive behaviour) to get them initially out of the strong passive mindset. I soon started to use small flash cards, particularly ever since a particular presentation I had. At first I was nervous but because I was sleep deprived and annoyed at the other person for pulling out at the last minute, I somehow did not come across nervous at all.
I practiced how to state my own needs and to stand up for my own rights appropriately, so that my reasonable benefit would not be damaged.
As well as doing this it also helped in personal assessment of learning styles through the VARK questionnaire, all helping me pick up areas to tackle as well as areas I am naturally good at and prefer, thus ensuring I use these to the fullest. Additionally the practice was done in little conversations with friends, family or even whilst talking to the bank manager about why I should be allowed to increase my overdraft. And by reading faster, you’re making the process more challenging in a controlled way.
Nonetheless, the interesting factor is in everything you read whether it be fantasy book or a cutting edge paper on the development of stem cells into an off the shelf therapy.
Additionally, the prospect giving time for family and friends was starting to strain me considerably.
For each stage I have ascertained certain targets, how it looks , reads, how many words etc.
It also gave me the sense of value and confidence that anything is achievable it tackled well and in an organised manner. Being important that I am aware of my internal prime time, I schedule my most important projects accordingly to increase productivity.
In succession, my experience also helped me realise that aggressiveness, passiveness and assertiveness are not on a spectrum but separate characteristics. I have come to look back and see how vulnerable and miserable person this would have made to look like, whilst also removing a part of my credibility in formulation of a sound argument.
As will a naturally strong personality, aggressive person, they will have to push them to the extent of forcing them to listen (which would be hard). Always personal interest could state something to be more interesting to read in comparison to another, but it is our reading styles that could make even an interesting article boring, by the way we read it. I used to see myself sometimes overly spending time with family and friends or hardly any time at all and getting annoyed.
It is definitely not what I want myself to be seen as, and am consistently trying to change the person I am, by streamlining my behavioural aspects. With each person to reach assertiveness and becoming more assertiveness the balance lies at different positions. It was only after the PPT, that I realised I spoke well covered all aspect and spoke only what was needed, without the need of a script.
Once conscious of this fact I ensured I used these aspects to get the best out of anything I do, especially in the dissertational work. This was something I realised during the business plan presentation (mentioned earlier) where I was asked to present at the last minute (10minutes before the seminars started).
For me the most important work being the THESIS and thus best use of the day from 9 to 4pm. I also learnt the centre for the balance keeps changing based on experiences, because if by trying to be more extroversive you could have over shot the mid-point and currently are dangerously near becoming aggressive in your quest of being less passive.
After giving the PPT, the professor did mention my enthusiasm and trust in the product I pitched was a singular factor that changed their minds on whether to invest in this product or not, it showed my confidence in myself and my product.
Thus it is thoroughly important in self assessment, one which I will be forever implementing. On the occasions , where I used long scripts I always had issues with time or whilst trying to keep in time I would be speaking at the speed of a train. However throwing the script aside and keeping only key words as reminders has helped significantly. Particularly being a part of group presentations where I opted to take the second half of the presentation and finish it, meant I had to be critical with the information I provide.
Having done this a number of time, especially the first time I tried it by keep a eye on a friends IPAD, I have the learnt the art of assessing the amount of time left, amount of information left to talk about and thus formulate best means of keeping on track with time whilst exuding the optimal amount of data. The first time I tried this I came down to the last few seconds where I gave my final concluding remark and finishing statement.

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