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Transcript of Employing Interdependence
A. By working together we'll get the job done quicker.
B.By working hard I can get it done by myself.
C. I can't achieve my goals by myself. Test Time!
Let's see what you learned in this chapter. In life we often feel certain things can be done on our own, but the reality is that ten brains are better then one. If the opportunity is there take it! With a helping hand you'll succeed.
Make a plan that takes you down a path of success, choose the right people that are going to push you forward. Make goals and stick with it, if you feel in doubt analyze your priorities and see where there are loose end, then fix them!
It's a FACT that working in groups help your confidence, self-esteem and knowledge of what your learning to stay with you longer. A team player is the way to be! Summary 2. How many signs of
maturity are there?
C. 3 There are 4 different types of maturity levels that we
all have to go threw.
The first one being dependence, the feeling you can not
do anything by yourself.
The second is codependent, you have to stop your future
and goals to help someone with there's first.
Third is Independence, I want to do everything by myself, and succeed on my own.
Forth is the major step of being mature that takes awhile for student's to realize. its called interdependence. I know I can finish this assignment by myself, but if I team up with a partner it will be less stressful and better
knowledge for both of us. Maturity A brief Video! Connected ! In this video it show's that all people that
live on this earth have a option to be dependent,
independent or interdependent. This meaning that
we have the choice to make life easy or hard. Working
as a team will make a connection with other people,
going hand to hand will make this world a better place! Employing Interdependence is basically your ability to ask people for help.
It involves you interacting with other students so you both can
help one another out.
A quote by Dr. Martin Luther King
Independent thinking alone is not suited to interdependent reality. Independent people who do not have the maturity to think and act interdependently may be good individual producers, but they won't be good leaders or team players. They're not coming from the paradigm of interdependence necessary to succeed in marriage, family, or organizational reality.
( What Dr. Martin Luther is saying is that if you are a independent person it doesnt mean you are bad, but without being interdependent you can not succeed to your fullest. ) There is no I in TEAM. 1. A
3. A Check Answer's A Quick Story! In John's Story, what
maturity level is he?
What quadrant does
codependent mostly spend
there time in? Codependent people spend most
of there time in Quadrant 3, They are
engaged into activities that are urgent to
someone else but unimportant to their own
goals and dreams. John a bright fellow who had been in college for 7
years, and still has not graduated. He was studying
for a mid-term exam when a friend decided to call him
and ask for his help. John dropped all his priorities and
helped his friend out. The following day he took his test
and found out he had failed. In his journal he wrote "
I have learned that in order to be successful, I need to
make my dreams more important than other people's
Codependent people like John often spend there time in quadrant 3, engaged in activities that are URGENT to someone else, but UNIMPORTANT to their own goals. With codependent, dependent, and interdependent, giving and receiving are out of balance. The codependent person gives to much. The dependent person takes to much. The independent person seldom gives or receives. But contrast the interdependent person finds a healthy balance of both giving and receiving and everyone benefits.
Building mutually supportive relationships is one of the most important behaviors we'll have to undertake. The Facts