Be Prepared to Change and Achieve – Overview | Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche

Be Prepared to Change and Achieve. A Personal Leadership System®. Using Management Skills to dream, plan, change, and achieve in college and life by Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche

“Be Prepared to Change and Achieve ” will take you from planning mode to execution mode. The Personal Leadership System (PLS) will prepare you for planned and unexpected changes in life. If life is a continuous system, you have to be prepared for a journey of continuous waves of different sizes!

Our world is changing and you have to be prepared to change and achieve your dreams in college and life. The PLS provides a navigation chart to ride the waves!

Objectives. What you will learn:

● Analyze that your current vision, personal SWOT analysis and SMART goals are manageable and achievable. They should be aligned with personal beliefs, values, and priorities

● Apply project management skills such as work breakdown structure, resources, and scheduling to bring a vision and goals to an execution stage.

● Evaluate personal execution plan to incorporate planned and unexpected changes. Measure achievement. Handle them with knowledge and emergency planning.

● Communicate your plans and achievement with family and close friends. Ask and accept feedback.

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Beyond the Learning Edge: Life Systems Management. A Personal Leadership System®

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Life is a system of systems and we are a continuous learning system. Beliefs,values,priorities, SWOT, vision, SMART goals, lifelong project management, knowledge, changes, emergencies, communications, and technology usage to simplify life & work.

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Lead Yourself to Higher Levels. Available for seminars, workshops, and presentations. Presented at International Conference about College Learning Teaching and Learning, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Student Life and Leadership Better You Series, and Adjunct Faculty Convocation.

Personal Leadership System® used on this Extreme Time Management lesson as part of a Management of Personal Systems course. Time is one thing in the world that we cannot change. Information, communications, family, friends, and work overload our time. We fill our day with activities that overwhelm our capacity to handle them. We need extreme time management.

Topics are:
Unit 1 – Personal Leadership Systems. Overview. Peak performance.
Unit 2 – Personal Technology Management. Communications. Virtual offices.
Unit 3 – Personal Strategic Management. SWOT, vision, mission, and personal goals.
Unit 4 – Personal Project Management. Priorities, tasks and resources.
Unit 5 – Personal Time Management. Tracking. Multitasking. Procrastination.
Unit 6 – Personal Knowledge Management.
Unit 7 – Personal Change Management. Cycles. Sailing.
Unit 8 – Personal Stress Management. Health. Workaholism.
Unit 9 – Personal Emergency Management. Be prepared.

The Personal Leadership System®

Lead Yourself and Be Prepared to Change using the Personal Leadership System®

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Life is a system of systems and we are a continuous learning system. The Personal Leadership System® is a model that integrates management concepts and apply them to personal management. Beliefs, values, priorities, strategies, SWOT, vision, mission, execution, SMART goals, lifelong project management, knowledge, changes, emergencies, communications, feedback, and technologies are used in a personal way to simplify life & work.

Extreme Time Management: Busy People Always Have Time. A Personal Leadership System.

Extreme Time Management: Busy People Always Have Time. A Personal Leadership System.

Time is one thing in the world that we cannot change. Information, communications, family, friends, and work overload our time. We fill our day with activities that overwhelm our capacity to handle them. We need extreme time management methods to cope with stress, unproductivity, and procrastination. Time survivors keep them busy without losing sanity. Busy people always have time to do more. Lazy people always complain about the things they cannot do. Managers select busy people when assembling successful teams. Methods include beliefs, values, priorities, lifelong project management, effective delegation, and technology usage to simplify life and work.(ID #146/Track 1)

23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning

Thursday, April 12, 2012, 2:00-2:45 p.m., Heritage C. Sawgrass Golf Resort & Spa, a Marriott resort, Ponte Vedra. 

What’s Next? What are your life management challenges?

What's next?

What’s Next? this is a question that the Next Manager is asking every day. Constant changes in organizations have challenged people to think about next moves, decisions, plans, and actions. We live day to day and asking What’s next. The Next Manager newsletter (www.nextmanager.org) is using the collaborative effort of Twitter (@Next_Manager) to find answers, guidance, and ideas to keep our daily journeys. Social media have helped us to expand our reach via Internet. Going back to reality and basics we are now using social media in our homes and offices combining online and mobile technology with real “old fashion” technologies. Visit our FSCJ Kent office at D-214, pick a sticky note and post your answer to “What’s Next? on the poster. Welcome to our real “Social Wall”. Online students can post your answer as a comment here. Social wall responses will be shared here. You can access this page via QR Cody cartoon on poster. Like “Next Manager” in Facebook.

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Prezi winning video: how to raise personal savings in the US

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A good idea told with Prezi won $50,000

Jonathan Chan won $50,000 after using Prezi to submit his idea to a contest! Jonathan graduated in the spring of 2010, working in financial services in New York, and entered a Facebook-based contest about how to raise personal savings in the US. A month later he found out that he won the grand prize. He was interviewed live by CNBC, and featured in the New York Times.