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Petri Niskanen

Suomen kansainvälisin valmentaja – puhujana 60 maassa.
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Tiistaina 10.3.2020 klo 09.00 – 16.30
TAMPERE- TALO, Yliopistonkatu 55, TAMPERE, VIP-tila 3 krs.

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PETRI NISKANEN

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PETRI NISKANEN

Petrin kokemus on tuhansien esiintymisten muovaamana ainutlaatuinen ja monipuolinen. Hän on toiminut vuodesta 1994 valmentajana, kouluttajana ja puhujana yli 60 maassa.

Hänen koulutuksensa ja seminaarinsa ovat osallistujille aktiivisia elämyksiä. Valmentajana Petri on lähellä kuulijaa. Asiasisällön ymmärtämiseksi, tarinat, värikkäät esimerkit elämästä, omat kokemukset läheltä ja kaukaa sekä viestiä selventävät käytännön harjoitukset kuuluvat osana jokaiseen esitykseen, samoin kuin. Tekemällä oppii!

Petri on kotonaan niin suuren kuulijajoukon edessä kuin pienissä ryhmissä. Osallistujien määrä on vuosien varrella vaihdellut muutamasta hengestä useisiin tuhansiin. TV:n välityksellä kuulijoita on ollut satoja tuhansia esimerkiksi Yhdysvalloissa, Dominikaanisessa Tasavallassa sekä Filippiineillä. Osallistujaryhmät ovat edustaneet kaikkia organisaatiotasoja ja kuulijat ovat tulleet yhden henkilön yrityksistä aina kansainvälisiin organisaatioihin saakka.

Petri on kaikkien Brian Tracy valmennusten Master Lisenssin haltija Suomessa ja Baltian maissa ja on myös sertifioitu Brian Tracy valmentaja.
Hän toimii myös BNI:n (Business Network International) aluejohtajana.

1998 Petri valittiin ensimmäisenä – ja tähän mennessä ainoana – suomalaisena kansainvälisen nuorkauppakamarijärjestön (JCI, Junior Chamber International) maailmanpresidentiksi. Nuorkauppakamarijärjestö toimii ympäri maailman yli 100 maassa. Kautensa aikana hän johti 25 hengen hallitusta, johon kuului 35 ammattilaista yli 20 maasta. Hän toimi JCI:n hallituksessa yhteensä 5 vuotta.

1999 hän vastaanotti kansainvälisestä työstään kiitoksen Yhdysvaltain presidentti Bill Clintonilta.

2012 tasavallan presidentti Sauli Niinistö myönsi Petrille Suomen Leijonan ritarimerkin.

Kirjat

Vastuun ja asenteen aika (2014)
Business Bushido – The Seven Values Of Leadership (2010)
Business Bushido – Johtamisen seitsemän arvoa (2006)

Kutsu paikalle kokenut asiantuntija

Johdon valmennukset, Henkilökuntakoulutukset, TYKY-päivät, Asiakastilaisuudet jne.

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On the edge!
On Wednesday I had the great pleasure to be organizing and host, for BNI and JCI members, a webinar with Professor Alf Rehn as our speaker. His subject was "Thinking on the extremity".
We had 230 participants attending Online. Based to the feedback, we had 230 highly pleased participants. I'm one of them, and maybe the happiest 🙂
The presentation was brilliant, insightful and entertaining.
A warm thank you to Alf, and all the participants.

#muutosvalmentaja #thechangecoach #coach #bnionline #JCI #JCIFinland #maailmanparasharrastus #BNI #BNIFinland #coachingonline #coaching #giversgain #learningbydoing
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HOW DO WE COPE WITH CHANGE & CRISIS LEADERSHIP My TOGETHERNET24H presentation in written form, April 17. 2020

HOW DO WE COPE WITH CHANGE & CRISIS LEADERSHIP

Changes are around us all the time. We change as individuals. People around us change. Our relationships change. Our businesses change. Our communities change. Our climate changes. Our world changes.

Everything changes … Still. Change … what an unsafe and threatening word it is.

We are all afraid of change … some of us more, some less, but fear always comes hand in hand with the change. The bigger the change, the bigger the fear.
For sure, sometimes our fears are justified, and sometimes not.

But why are we afraid?
There is one big, comprehensive reason for that. Now, you might question my statement. Hey! Don’t be doubtful.

Let me answer: We are afraid, that our own situation and the situation of our close ones’ is under threat, and we cannot manage in the new circumstances. Every reason we have, leads to this. Eventually, we all are pretty much the same.

The mind of every one of us copes with change, basically the same way. Change is a process - sometimes a personal struggle inside our head.
You want to win your struggles?

To be able to win them, firstly, you have to understand, that every time things change, it means that something ends - always. There is no place for new, without old giving space to it.

In the actual situation, when the change is in sight, we might feel happiness.
“Finally, things are changing. We have been waiting for this for a long time. I’m ready!”

Very often, at the same time, a monster called worry, might crawl into our head.
“How can I deal with this. Do I have the skills and power for this. How much new things there is to learn?”
Then there is denial. We might deny the whole situation.
“Let’s wait and see, there will be no big changes after all. It will never happen. Only talk. We have heard about this so many times and things continued just the same as earlier. It is a hoax, or fake news - as they say nowadays. You’ll see, this takes only two weeks and then we will be back to normal again.”

But, at the very moment, when there is no doubt, that the change has arrived and is here with us, our fears become concrete and real. The threat starts to grow inside our heads.
This might escort us to the next, unpleasant level: Disbelief, despair and even depression.
“Is this really happening? There is no way out.”
Recrimination and the hunt for perpetrators is often in the agenda, too. That is the phase, we need to fight through, relentlessly.

Unfortunately, at this time some of us might surrender.
“That’s it. I’ve had it. I’m out. This is the end. We will never succeed in this. Bring down the curtain.”
If you surrender now, you battle is lost. But if you want to succeed, you need willpower, sometimes a lot of it … and you have to: go on, go on, go on.
Now some positive news. When you move forward, your willpower grows and your self-confidence builds up. It builds up, even from tiny, little successes. At the same time the acceptance starts to wake up in your mind; bit by bit. That comes together with the feeling, that we can survive and succeed in the new situation.

As human beings, we also have the need to see where are we located in the puzzle.
“What is my part in the future. What is the plan for me.”
I’ve never met a person, who is filled with motivation, without knowledge of what is his part in the bigger picture. Have you?
Only after this change rollercoaster, we are ready to face the new realities and cross the threshold towards the new. It is good to keep in mind that: The bigger the change, the bigger and more frantic the rollercoaster.

In a nutshell, there are 3 mental stages in the change situation:

Stage 1. Change always means the end of something old. The new cannot replace the old, without leaving something behind. And that’s often a challenge and feels difficult and displeasing. Often it is easier to take something along, than it is to leave something behind.
But, bye bye past.
We need to let some things go.

Stage 2. The assimilation and internalization. At his stage, we learn to know the change, shake hands with it and try new ways. We learn to step by step, to live with it.

Stage 3. New beginning through acceptance, and moving forward, learning more on the way. We are ready to live in the new world.
To make change easier, a strong leadership, sincerity and transparency, are important factors. If there is a lack - even one of these three - there is trouble ahead.

In a crisis situation, our mind and feelings, of course, wander more in the dark side. That is only human.

In the crisis, there is always a strong demand for strong leadership.
The Stairs of Crisis Leadership
During the last weeks, after a lot of thought in my chamber, I’ve built the Stairs of Crisis Leadership, which I’d like to share with you today.

1. The first step is to evaluate the situation – and the threats …realistically.

2. The second step is to accept the change and the current situation. And I mean, really accept, honestly, really.

3. The next step is to determine the goal. Whatever you do and want to achieve, you need to have a clear, measurable goal. You have to know what you want to achieve.
In success the goal is the most important element.
According to Brian Tracy: “Success equals goals, all else is commentary.”

Then, No. 4. Create a strategy and the plan: How to get there, and what is the time frame. Deadline makes things happen faster.
In this work a leader needs to listen other people around him. And she has to have the self-confidence also to challenge her own thinking and take the ideas of others into consideration and into the decision-making. Often the use experts, to get the right facts and all needed information, has a lot of sense. In spite of this, the process of decision-making has to be clear.
Empathy, with consideration of everyone, is the mark of a good, fair and righteous leader.

5. When the plan is done, a clear communication – which also builds motivation – is essential. Three important words: Clarity, clarity, clarity. The communication has to include answers to the occurring questions. Some of these questions will be asked aloud, and some are not. Anyway, all of the questions and unheard concerns need answers. The concerns, that are never said aloud, even more.

6. A fast implementation - without hesitation - is crucial. For that, the leader needs to get commitment – from everyone involved. A leader and his team has to be ready to walk the extra mile to get everyone along.

7. Without monitoring the effect of the actions done, the results are probably poor. As a leader you have to be ready to make corrections to your plans, if things start going the wrong way. And very seldom – read never – the plans are flawless. Don’t stick with things that don’t work & be ready to change your plan - or part of it - quickly when needed.

8. Be ready to continuously re-evaluate how things are going and be always prepared for the possible next round.

9. And finally: When you reach your goal, remember to celebrate the success, thank all the people who made it happen, and don’t forget to learn from the process and experience.

So briefly, these are the steps:
1. Realistic evaluation
2. Acceptance
3. Goal-setting
4. Strategic planning
5. Clear and motivating communication
6. Implementation … including everyone
7. Monitoring how the plan works and doing needed changes in the plan
8. Re-evaluation and getting ready for the possible next round
9. When reaching the goal, enjoy your success with you team

Concerning the whole staircase. A great leader needs to be awake all the time, and have the courage to do, what needs to be done. Even when it is scary.

Leading by example is the only way to lead.
When things go smoothly, it might be easy to be a great and rightful leader. A crisis-situation – sometimes brutally – reveals the real culture and true values of the leader and the organization, or even the society and the world. On the other hand, sometimes it shows our strong culture, which under good leadership helps us to go through challenging times.
As we all know, we live now in the middle of very special and even very sad times. Still, I believe that we can learn a lot from the situation and it may give us something good, too. New skills, understanding, appreciation of our world and nature, etc.

Bringing Worlds Together
Before closing, I’d like to share with you, what I said in my first presidential speech in November 1997 during the World Congress in Hawaii, when representing my theme, “Bringing Worlds Together”.
If I can learn to understand your world, your way of thinking, beliefs, history, cultural heritage and motivations - and you are able to understand mine, then together we are ready to cross a new threshold.
Every one of us is different. As much as our appearances vary, we are also dissimilar in our ways of thinking. We find our motivation and reasons to act in different things. We live our lives, from the first to the last moment, with our own ways of experiencing things, with our own one-of-a-kind worlds inside our heads. The way we act and behave, is driven by the way we look at and interpret the world around us. The world we perceive is the same, but the window we see it through, varies in size, form and color.
Our sceneries also differ, based on our diverse locations and places in this world we share together.
When we perceive this basic truth, we begin to understand, rather than resent or fear each other. At that moment we are ready for the future - together.

Take care of yourself and your close ones.
Just imagine, if the current situation would had happened a few decades ago. How much complete the isolation would have been. Now, we are lucky in that sense, that we have so much more tools to communicate with each other. Of course, these gadgets do not replace human encounters, but still.
Remember, positive attitude doesn’t resolve problems, but the lack of it creates them.
Smile, encourage, thank, give your support, trust, take good care of yourself and keep your self-confidence. When the going gets tough, the tough get going.

I’m looking forward in meeting you all in person, some day, some place.
Meanwhile, like they said in Star Wars:

May the Force be with you!

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