The process by which groups of organisms cooperate or act for the common good is called cooperation. Collaboration between family members, friends and peers is very common and healthy. It is the backbone of any family collaboration
, it allows the family to be more united, it improves adaptability and decision-making. Here are some steps to promote family cooperation:
planning things together: it requires negotiation and compromise, teaches everyone to be more tolerant
sharing responsibilities: taking on necessary family responsibilities can be a good exercise in family cooperation
seeking peer support once placed, individuals provide each other with intellectual experience and emotional, social, or meaningful help. It is a unique state of social support in which the source of support can be a peer, similar to the individual receiving support. Helps solve problems and improve quality of life
Emotional support Respect, attachment and reassurance
44 44 Support tools: Products and services.
How to be a cooperative person: To be a cooperative person, you must do the following:
Listen carefully to others to make sure you understand what they are saying
when you have something someone really wants. Take turns doing something no one else wants to do, or when more than one person wants to do it
. Compromise when you have a major conflict.
.Do your best and it may inspire others to do the same
. Say thank you to people who contribute
. People are encouraged to do their best
. It’s more fun to ask people to work together.
.Don’t isolate or exclude anyone, everyone has something to offer and no one likes to be left out.
Small Group Interaction
Objectives By the end of this unit you will be able to:
1. Participate in group discussions in class
2. Present 444 Audience 4.
Discover the importance of team spirit and teamwork.
Every day we tend to encounter groups of individuals both socially and professionally. However, our interactions play a huge role in the impressions we tend to make. The interactions that occur when a team completes a collaborative task describe how the team works. For a successful and positive group interaction, the following steps should be followed:
Put your phone away or put it on silent.
. Hello everyone.
. Be nice to all team members.
Show interest in others by complimenting someone and listening carefully to what is being discussed.
. Be proactive and introduce yourself to other group members.
Recover. Poor posture is an indicator of low self-esteem.
. Focus on the person speaking.
Don’t take someone’s comments lightly. Remember that everyone is different and has different thinking skills.
. Think before you speak. Don’t jump into the conversation too quickly.
Be a polite listener and observer
. Include everyone when you speak. Be sure to make eye contact with everyone in the group.
. Don’t change the subject unless specifically told to.
Otherwise, it will seem that you are not interested in the topic.
. Not initiating or engaging in storytelling. Don’t let their mistakes stop you from being a good listener.
Be sure to smile, shake hands, hug, and use everyone’s name when speaking and at the end of the discussion.
Everything you do in a party affects everyone in the party. Never think that something is unimportant. Everything counts. Take every opportunity to participate in informal and formal group interactions.
Start by creating small discussions, preparing a question to ask, or accepting comments from another person. Ask the opinion of others.
The importance of group interaction
As a participant, group interaction is important ex:
. It can help you understand a subject better.
It improves your ability to think positively.
. This helps with a serious problem.
. This helps the team make a final decision
It gives you the opportunity to hear other thoughts
. It improves your listening skills.
. This increases your confidence in communication.
It can change your behavior.
. Group Interaction help as moderator:
. Understand members’ people skills.
Determine if members are available to work on the team.
. Ask about someone’s behavior.
. Select a perspective member in the perspective method.
Do’s and Don’ts for Group Interactions
Do’s and Don’ts
. Speak to the group in a pleasant and polite manner.
. Respect the contribution of each speaker.
Remember that a discussion is not an argument. Learn to disagree in a good way.
. Consider your input before you speak. How do you best answer questions/contribute to topics?
Try to follow the thread. Do not introduce tangent information.
. When you say
, pay attention to your visual communication.
Accept and acknowledge the things you find interesting.
. losing his temper. The discussion is not a debate.
call. Use midtones and midtones.
. Uses excessive gestures when speaking. Gestures such as pointing and tapping the table can seem aggressive.
Dominate the discussion. Confident speakers should give silent students a chance to contribute.
. Using too many personal experiences or anecdotes.
Although some instructors encourage students to reflect on their own expertise, be careful not to generalize too much.
. break. Wait for the speaker to finish before speaking.
Teamwork is an important part of a career.
They have a significant impact on:
. Organizational profitability.
. People love their jobs.
. Collective and individual performances.
. Company reputation.
The Importance of Team Building
Team building activities not only boost the morale of team members, but also increase team success. Team spirit is an important activity because it:
. Promotes better communication: Discussion activities promote open communication among employees and between employees and management. This office environment also improves the quality of work.
. Engage Employees: The more team members are willing to share their ideas and opinions, the more confident they will be. This motivates them to take on new projects or challenges.
.Promotes creativity: Working closely with other team members increases creativity and facilitates new ideas
. Develop problem-solving skills: Team-building activities that require team members to work closely together to solve problems can improve the ability to think rationally and logically. Teams that identify problems arise and know the solutions can perform better when real problems arise.
Break down barriers: Team building builds trust among employees.
Team do’s and don’ts
. Don’t argue in public: If you have a disagreement with a team member, please call
to find out. Encourage each other: when things get tough, they get tough. Contribute to the team in difficult situations.
.Don’t talk behind your back: If you have a problem with some team members, don’t share it with others. Go straight to that person and share your thoughts with kindness and compassion.
. Helpful: If a team member asks for help, don’t hesitate to help them.
.Don’t be the weakest link: live up to your responsibilities, meet team expectations and communicate effectively within the team.
. Giving and Receiving Feedback: Giving and receiving feedback respectfully and lovingly as part of a growth team.
Module Objective O
At the end of this module you will be able to
Understanding Time Management
2. Developing Time Management Skills
3. Learning Effective Time Planning
Time management is the process of planning and controlling time allocated to tasks specific, especially to increase efficiency Increase efficiency and productivity. It is an activity aimed at improving the overall efficiency of a group of activities within a limited time and conditions.
Effective time management.
. Spot the time wasters.
Combine activities – plan them.
. Break down big tasks into as small tasks as possible.
. Complete one by one.
.At the end of the day, do a simple analysis to see what activity took time.
Time wasters are activities that cause interruptions in manufacturing. These activities may deviate from the goal to be achieved. Tune Robbers can be:
. Bad personal planning and planning.
.Interrupted by someone without an appointment
. Bad delegation
. Misuse of media: telephone, mobile, e-mail, fax, etc.
. Lack of focus on managing God’s time.
. Lack of clear priorities.
The Time Raiders can be bypassed by going to:
. Always be active.
. Develop and maintain an organized program of personal activities.
Set your priorities.
. proper clearance.
. Use the media of modern technology.
. According to this, 80% of tasks can be completed in 20% of the time. The remaining 20% is 80% of your time. Instead, tasks that should fall into the first category should be given higher priority.
The time also depends on the type of method used to process the task. Methods should always be easier to do. If we use the hard method, it leads to waste of time. People are always trying to find other ways to accomplish a task.
Urgent and important matrix
1. Urgent and important task
Non-urgent but important tasks
. Urgent situations, complaints and crisis issues
. Requests from superiors
. Scheduled tasks or project work due now
. Meeting with superiors/colleagues
Execution of plan
. Design, testing
. Thinking, creating, modeling data
3. Unimportant but urgent tasks 4.
Unimportant and non-urgent tasks
REJECTED AND CLARIFIED
. Minor requests from others
. Obvious emergencies
. Misunderstandings at work increased
. Unnecessary routines or activities
Resistance and smoking cessation
Activities Comfort, computers
. Games, just surfing, on
. Chat, gossip, socialize
Read irrelevant and useless material