HOW DO I GET IT? focuses on communication. Communication skills foster healthy interdependent relationships and improve self-efficacy.
This stage comprises of one session that equips students with the tools to communicate their needs in a way that improves the chances of those needs being met.
The session explores the idea of seeking to understand before trying to be understood as a method to get the things you want; encouraging students to stay open despite rejection, in order to turn failure into progress.
HOW DO I GET IT?
GETTING OURSELVES OUT OF OUR OWN WAY
IN ORDER TO GET THE THINGS WE WANT.
Students who complete Part A will:
Feel empowered by effective communication. (Attitude)
Understand the basics of transactional analysis and how internal monologues distorts reality in ways that stops us from communicate effectively and in turn getting what we want. (Knowledge)
Believe they can get what they want through a realistic perspective and effective communication skills. (Self-Efficacy)
Commit to noticing when their self-talk hinders their chance for effective communication. (Behavioural Intention)