Kim Cameron of the University of Michigan organized these words in a certain way to illustrate a point. I have mixed them up. Here is the mixed up list of his words. PLEASE CONSIDER RESPONDING TO THE TWO QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW BEFORE READING THE REST OF THE POST. By responding I mean grab a piece
I might not know; I have to think in public; I might be wrong; I might be judged by others . . . Thinking with others does not necessarily come easy for any of us. We may want to think well with others and at the same time we may look at thinking well together
This is not a complete list. Hopefully it has questions that will get you thinking about your current or future potential leadership service. What are your dispositions as a leader? Do you see yourself as someone who can think interdependently? Do you see a need for and/or a value in – intentionally growing and
When I think about conflict that tends to festers in disagreement I also think about the possibility. I think about the potential opportunity of working together and finding a way to discover an agreed upon common good. I know that that many might find my thinking “soft” and “wishful thinking”. I know that the whole
I have been thinking a lot about what is takes to help adults develop the skills, dispositions and knowledge to intentionally think interdependently. Below, you will find some of my thoughts. Qualities of Effective Collaborators Actions to Positively Impact Your Skills Appreciate the nature of adult learning Learn from or revisit the work
Appreciate the nature of adult learning Embrace the uniqueness of each adult and interact in ways that sincerely appreciate and connect with the individual Celebrate the fact that your work requires effectively listening to and understanding the individuals you serve so that you can help them identify and connect with their specific growth Respect
Think about how you can work better with others. Then work better with others. Collaboration is a good thing! Here is what some other people think about collaboration: 1. “It is the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin 2.
I have been thinking alot about what is takes to help adults develop the skills, dispositions and knowledge to intentionally think interdependently. Below, you will find some of my thoughts. Qualities of Effective Collaborators Actions to Positively Impact your skills Appreciate the nature of adult learning Learn from or revisit the work of