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Examples of “Ice-Breakers” What follows are ten sets of two slides each. The first of the series is the title of the workshop; the second is the opening exercise. I use introductions as “ice-breakers.”. INTRODUCTION TO ASSERTIVENESS. Sally B. Philips , EdD, CEAP Director University of Miami - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Examples of Ice-BreakersWhat follows are ten sets of two slides each. The first of the series is the title of the workshop; the second is the opening exercise. I use introductions as ice-breakers.

  • INTRODUCTION TO ASSERTIVENESSSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee AssistanceProgram

  • INTRODUCTIONSChoose a partnerPrepare to tell the group Your partners first name One incident in which your partner was assertive during the last monthIntroduce each other to the group

  • E.A.P. A Career?Sally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSNAME

    ONE REASON WHY YOU ARE TAKING THIS COURSE

  • COMMUNICATING as a MANAGER or SUPERVISOR: Talking with Individuals about ProblemsSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSPlease find a partnerNote partners NameTitleHow many people s/he supervisesStrongest communication skillPrepare to introduce partner to the group

  • FEEDBACK/CRITICISM: Whats the DifferenceSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAP, DirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSFirst nameUM jobThe best feedback you ever received

  • CONFLICT COMMUNICATION SKILLSSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSYou introduce your partnerfirst nametitleone conflict with another s/he has had or anticipatesORone other thing s/he would like us to know

  • LISTENING:the Active Ingredient Sally B. Philips, EdD, CEAP Director UM Employee Assistance Program

  • IntroductionsYou introduce your partnerTell usHis/her NamePosition/titleOne reason s/he is participating in this workshop

  • MANAGING DIFFERENCESSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONS Name

    Position at the University

    One thing that makes you unique

    One thing you have in common with others

  • SAYING NO WITHOUT SLAMMING THE DOORSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSYou introduce your partnerfirst nametitleone time s/he had to say no

  • CALMING IRATE CALLERS (. . and COLLEAGUES ?)Sally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONSYou introduce your partnerfirst nametitleone difficult phone situation s/he handled well

  • TIME MANAGEMENTSally B. Philips, EdD, CEAPDirectorUniversity of MiamiEmployee Assistance Program

  • INTRODUCTIONS Find out your partners First name The easiest task to do each day The most difficult task each day Introduce your partner to the group

    Assertiveness TrainingIntroductionsA.SelfB.Participants next slideIntroductionsParticipantsCopies of slides will be available at the end of this session. Id rather have you work with me, not anticipate the next side. Thanks.Goals next slideI. Introduction A. Self1. EAPs since 7/84 (almost 18 years)2. UM - 4/97 (almost 5 years)3. Director/Manager of an in-house program for 13 years4. Licensed psychologist5. CEAPA. B. Yourselves - Next slide

    I. Introduction B. Yourselves 1. name 2. one reason why you are taking this course.C. What questions do you have? D. Goals next slide.

    IntroductionSelfParticipants next slideB. ParticipantsC. Objectives next slideIntroductionPresenter(next slide)IntroductionParticipantsEither in pairs or as individualsC. Goals for this session (next slide)IntroductionSelf 1. Psychologist2. EAPs since 8/843. Director, EAP since 4/97B. Them - next slide

    B. Introductions of participants See aboveC. Goals next slideI. Introduction A. Myself 1. Licensed psychologist 2. EAP since 7/84 3. Here since 4/97 B. Participants next slide B. Them - pair off, each to introduce partner 1. first name 2. job description 3. one reason s/he is participating in this workshop

    C. Goals next slideIntroductionA. SelfB. Them next slideDepending on time do in pairs or three-somes

    I. C. Goals next slideI.I. Introduction A. Myself psychologist, EAP since 8/64, here since 4/97 A.I. Introductions B. Them pair off, each to introduce partner: (1) name(2) title(3) one time s/he wishes s/he had said no

    IntroductionsA. Myself psychologist, EAP since 8/64, here since 4/97 EAP

    B. Participants - next slide

    I. IntroductionsB. Them pair off, each to introduce partner: 1. name2. title3. one workplacee stressor s/he experience

    C. Goals next slideIntroductionA. Self B. Them (next slide)I. Introductions B. Them 1. With partner a. First name b. What is the easiest task to get done in a day? c. What is the most difficult?2. Partner introduce the other to the group.

    C. Objectives next slide