PDF version of this Section Searching for what is most important. This workbook proposes seven ways to guide your conversations in directions that are more satisfying for both you and your conversation partners. I have selected these suggestions from the work of a wide range of communication teachers, therapists and researchers in many fields. While these seven skills are not all a person needs to know about talking, listening and resolving conflicts, I believe they are a large and worthwhile chunk of it, and a great place to begin.
Personality and team role profiling tools such as the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator and Degree Feedback introduce rich potential for growth to personal growth programs.
Challenging Stereotypes Assign students the task of breaking a social stereotype e. Consider what level of guidance students need in selecting to "appropriate" behaviors. Get Lost Walk and keep walking until you are lost.
Spend time being lost. Then try find your way back. Drive and keep driving until you are lost. Then try to find your way back. Write a Letter to Improve a Relationship Hand write a letter to someone who you want to improve your relationship with.
Take your time to create a comfortable, private space in which to write the letter.
And then post it! Draw a Picture to Improve a Relationship Draw a picture for someone who you want to improve your relationship with. Take your time to find some good paper and pencils, paint, or markers, etc.
Let yourself go with the picture. Add a little note if you want. Free Lunch for a Life Story This task can be done on its own or as part of a cultural adventure hunt.
Links to experiential activity ideas for engaging group therapy themes.Interpersonal skills are measures of how adept you are at interacting with others. Active listening is an interpersonal skill, as is knowing how to communicate to someone else that you respect him or her.
Self-awareness. The ability to recognize an emotion as it “happens” is the key to your EQ. Developing self-awareness requires tuning in to your true feelings. interpersonal interventions and relationships with young people. Finally, this paper presents a model of youth work training that enables students to increase their knowledge, develop self-confidence and self-awareness and build their.
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May 03, · Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Skills. Posted on May 3, November 23, reactions and responses to develop deeper insight and self-awareness. We use interpersonal and intrapersonal skills, to varying degrees, in all our relationships.
This includes relationships with loved ones, our significant other, our friends, our.