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How To Become An ANTHROPOMAXIMOLOGIST And Why!

Topic:
How To Become An ANTHROPOMAXIMOLOGIST And Why!
Date:
March 27, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
An Anthropomaximologist is someone who helps others to perform at their best, get an A.
Anthropomaximology is a term that comes from sports, specifically from sports kinesiology – “the study of the anatomy, physiology, and mechanics of body movement, especially in humans, and its application to the evaluation and treatment of muscular imbalance or derangement.”

To achieve those winning moments in sports it is not enough to just evaluate and correct the physiology. The second and highly critical side of maximizing performance is our ability to create a mind- set – visualize the outcome – make a connection between the way we think and the way we perform.

However, the definition of Anthropomaximology, from the International Federation of Kinesiology is “the science investigating the reserve potential of the healthy employee and the way to realize such potential fully under Maximum Effort.”
While 90% of organizations have some type of recognition program in place
The Reality is…..
65% of workers say they received no recognition in the last year.
Becoming an Anthropomaximologist is all about ME (Maximum Effort) helping others shine.

Imagine the celebration if the majority of your employees felt like #1 and treated others like they were #1

Do you know this leader?
If you want to know the secrets of getting everyone to try harder – even perform 3-5 times as well as they do, then follow the path of this Anthropomaximologist and business winner who told us; “Remember; getting there isn’t half the fun – it’s all the fun!” To win big, “You’ll have to give up being an administrator who loves to run others and become a manager who carries water for his people so they can get on with the job.”
He was passionate about some pretty fundamental requirements for success: humility; respect for people on the firing line; deep understanding of the nature of the business and the kind of people who can enjoy themselves making it prosper; respect from way down the line; HONESTY under pressure.


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What You Will Learn
• How ProActive Recognition Strengthens Employee Spirit, Loyalty, Morale and Commitment • The 5 Critical Steps to make the Emotional Connection with employees to Reinforce, Activate, Influence, Stimulate and Empower Maximum Effort. • Top Secrets of Great Leaders Who Got Everyone To Try Harder
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Speaker was a bit too loud at times in her enthusiasm almost sounded like yelling at times but she is obviously very passionate about what she is presenting! 3 / 5
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Td Bank Financial Group
Thank Fern Silver for a very inspiring presentation. She has highlighted the importance of helping others shine now I know there is a word specific for that ability I will use it. 5 / 5
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Would have been nice with some interaction and question time at the end like the whole topic was about to give the speaker some recognition and share as a community a bit. But very inspiring. 4 / 5
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