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    intelligence is that it can be taught and has the ability to do the following: (page 91): • Motivate oneself and persist despite frustrations • Regulate one’s own moods • Empathize • Delay gratification • Handle stress well • Have verbal and nonverbal skills in sync • Have self/other acceptance/tolerance • Promote “group harmony” His argument is that emotional intelligence is more than what is in traditional IQ tests. You don’t need to be intellectual…

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    experience with community development and skills regarding interpersonal communication to contribute to the family housing office. My communication skills are highly developed; I possess cross-cultural fluency and have worked with diverse groups of people. My multi-cultural background and sensitivity will be invaluable in assisting residents to encounter unfamiliar situations at North village. I am an extrovert person and my interpersonal social skills are admirable; as a community leader I…

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    Interpersonal Process Recall and Reflection The Interpersonal Process Recall assignment provided the opportunity for students to experience the roles and perspectives of a social worker, client and observer during various times throughout the semester. The small groups consisted of three students who were given a case scenario that required each to assume the traits of their assigned character for that particular session. The students in the group rotated parts for each new case so that every…

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    Final Portfolio Introduction To be a good leader, one needs to be aware of themselves, have interpersonal skills like listening and communicating, and be aware of different leadership styles. All of these are intertwined, and lacking skill in one section does affect the other areas. I learned from this class that I want to be an authentic educational leader and the concepts that I have picked up from this class are related to this. For example, an authentic leader always needs to be self-aware…

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    This report will demonstrate the high level transferrable skills that I learned during my experience as a volunteer which will play a vital role in my future career in investment banking. Confidence and self awareness - Volunteering is a way of giving back to your community and at the same time it helps in building critical and social skills, the activities I was involved in which will be explained further in outcomes 2 and 3 helped me gain confidence which is important in any future job or…

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    LEARNING ACTIVITIES Week 1- Group Training Activity #1: Customer Service/Interpersonal Training Monday-Tuesday Length: 8 hours Classroom lecture, Informal training, Handouts Materials Needed: Paper, pens, PPT slides, projector, sample scenario exercises Process: Break participants into two groups of five people. One group will be the customer and the other group will be the employee. There will be 5 scenario based exercises that each group will act out. Ask participants to choose…

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    1. I enjoyed the careers course because the course allowed me to learn a lot of valuable information. From this course, I was able to learn more about myself, my interests, ideal career and much more. Each activity we did in class made me learn something new, whether that be about myself or life. From each assignment, I was able to acquire some new knowledge, however, the assignments that I feel I learned the most from were the Who am I presentation and ideal career assignment. The who am I…

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    In addition, employees’ ability to interact with colleagues from a diverse host environment results into their ability to adjust interpersonal with individuals from dissimilar cultures into the same organisation. This enhances the notion that CCT is capable of supporting the increased diversity within organisations. Therefore, the concept of CCT is far from being flawed because not only…

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    order to run a successful non-profit. A true leader, however, has the ability to manage themselves as well as their organization. Skills such as time management, strong interpersonal communications, and a clear head under pressure are crucial but instinctual when the leader knows what is best. The Master of Public Administration degree would enhance all of these skills and teach me so many more. With this degree, I will have a greater understanding of public policies, both local and global,…

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    development. Essentially, schools must find opportunities for teachers to collaborate with colleagues and engage in proven learning communities in order to assist in the development of a 21st century teacher. Teachers must understand what 21st century skills are before they can be expected to teach them in their classroom. Much like the students they teach, teachers are inventive creative individuals who require time, opportunity, and support as they work to fulfill the demands of their…

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