Checkpoints of Change
Are you in a time of transition? Perhaps you are leaving school and entering the “real-world”, changing jobs, or have been called to work in a different country? Transitioning from one environment to another often incites feelings of anxiousness or fear, which can overshadow the excitement of a new opportunity. In this program, Dan Docherty provides a checklist that works as a map to help you navigate your new adventure.
Introduction to Checkpoints of Change
Dan Docherty introduces his program, Checkpoints of Change.
Checkpoint 1: Be Rooted in Values
The first Checkpoint of Change is the be rooted in your values.
Checkpoint 2: Be Divergent
The second Checkpoint of Change is to be divergent.
Checkpoint 3: Be a Big 5 Person
The third Checkpoint of Change is to be a "big 5" person.
Checkpoint 4: Be Fit - "The Fit Triad"
The fourth Checkpoint of Change is to be fit.
Checkpoint 5: Be an Active Listener
The fifth Checkpoint of Change is to be an active listener.
Checkpoint 6: Be Connected to a Mentor
The sixth Checkpoint of Change is to be connected to a mentor.
Checkpoint 7: Be a Trust Agent
The seventh Checkpoint of Change is to be a trust agent.
Checkpoint 8: Be a Part of a Shared Vision
The eighth and final Checkpoint of Change is to be a part of a shared vision.
Dan wraps up his program, Checkpoints of Change.
Dr. Dan Docherty Bio
Dan Docherty is the President of BrainTrust, a premier sales, marketing, and leadership consulting firm. In addition, Dan is the Chair in Entrepreneurship and Clinical Professor at Miami University teaching corporate innovation, leadership, and coaching. Dan spent over 25 years in the pharmaceuti...
Values and Characteristics Worksheet
This worksheet is utilized in Checkpoint 1: Be Rooted in Values