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Transcript: ORGL 120 Week 5 Presentation The Personal Development of Michael Foehse Introduction Mission Statement Strengths Finders Spiritual Gifts Covey Lasting Change Conclusion Mission Statement: To provide all individuals around me a picture of what it means to live a life with a genuine high level of character and integrity in all that I do, allowing me to motivate and inspire all levels of relationships in my life Strenths Finder 2.0 Woo Communication Adaptability Activator Includer Woo: Love the challenge of meeting new people and winning them over. Breaking the ice and making connections Communication: Find it easy to put thought into words, good conversationalists and presenters. Spiritual Gifts LEADERSHIP: Rom. 12:8 - to stand before the people in such a way as to attend to the direction of the body with such care and diligence so as to motivate others to get involved in the accomplishment of these goals MERCY: Rom. 12:8 - to be sensitive toward those who are suffering, whether physically, mentally, or emotionally, so as to feel genuine sympathy with their misery, speaking words of compassion but moreso caring for them with deeds of love to help alleviate their distress Emphathic Listener Time Management Proactivity Vs Reactivity One last Thought Peace Out! EXHORTATION: Rom. 12:8 - to come along side of someone with words of encouragement, comfort, consolation, and counsel to help them be all God wants them to be (Greek Word: paraklesis - calling to one's side) Mr. Adaptability: "Go with the flow" or "Now" people. Take things as they come discover the future one day at a time. Covey.....

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Transcript: Informal: weekly Tours evening programs overnight trips fun activities Volunteering Chugim and much much more! What's in it for you... Academic Aspects: You can gain up to 15 credits in a semester You may be able to transfer your credits to your future college More one on one attention than at a university Knowledge and understanding: Inspiration for a great year in Israel Understanding Israeli society better Stimulating and intellectual classes Fun, Fun and more Fun... Some of our Teachers: Dr. Shlomo Abramovich Sasha Gold Elliot Glassenberg Aardvark Israel received award of excellence in education from masa Rabbi Avi Engelhart Some logistics: Credits Registration to classes and chugim Grades Transcripts It is the colleges decision which credits to accept Moshe Levi - Formal: cooperation with the American Jewish University (AJU) AJU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Academic classes Ulpan (Hebrew studies) Classes during COVID-19 Gender and Judaism social psychology Our Jewish History Challenges of Zionism in the 21st century Public Speaking and Communication Introduction to Kabbalah Middle Eastern Politics Jewish Medical Ethics Our educational program is built on 2 aspects - formal and informal Examples of classes: History of Zionism Israeli Politics Intro. to Psychology Modern Israeli society Intro. to Midrash The art of reading and writing Arab/israeli conflict Ulpan - Hebrew Studies twice a week small groups with special teacher according to level emphasis on spoken Hebrew Special classes for Hebrew speakers Chugim: - Yoga - Spoken Arabic - Creative Art - Drama and Improvisation - Life skills - current events Webinar Series Education and academics on aardvark Israel

Personal Development Presentation

Transcript: Personal Development Journey Adopting a different leadership approach based on different situations (Hersey & Blanchard) encourages leaders to get the most out of each individual situation. Learning Style Watching & thinking - philosophical links to democratic leadership style Leadership questionnaires for SWOT Approachable Good in emergencies/stressful situations SWOT Use knowledge and experience to support others and cascade skills Organised, good at time management Feedback from peers Supportive and Understanding Good at listening and communicating so that everybody understands Continue to evaluate.. Continue to support.. Seek continuous feedback Leadership Log What was Identified (PDP) Confidence Assertiveness Support (developing others) What I did (action Learning set) Pros and cons short term/long term How it went Learning Style Watching & thinking - philosophical Can limit confidence in large group meetings Leadership questionnaires for SWOT Asking for support when needed Dealing with conflict/confrontation SWOT Develop assertiveness Develop confidence in conducting large meetings Feedback from peers Developing confidence in own abilities Having a democratic approach to leadership can have the following effects on my team: Enables the team to be honest and open about their views Promotes problem solving Promotes a creative environment Time consuming Can appear indecisive Can cause friction Overcoming barriers Effects on the team Using Lewin's Three Participatory Leadership Styles (1939) I have identified that I am a democratic leader. Recognising Leadership Style This can prove problematic at times as the directors of the company can often conduct an autocratic leadership style. Looking to the future.. Reflection.. Problem Solving Organisation is key Changes in the workplace Strengths and Limitations Directors (autocratic leaders) overriding decisions Lack of support from deputy managers High workload Using organisational skills to handle increased responsibility/work load Support from directors by coming on the course Barriers faced (Action Learning)

Personal Development Presentation

Transcript: Personal Development Presentation How i've developed my confidence in my teaching skills over the last year.. Thinking back to the start.... What feels like many many years ago, i suddenly fell into teaching... This was me! Very nervous, apprehensive but excited for what i was about to let myself in for... I first started working at A&R Training Services in April 2010. Here i ran a course called e2e which consisted of building basic skills in Literacy & Numeracy, developing Personal & Social Skills, Job search and building self-confidence and motivation. Memories from the first few weeks of teaching....... I remember the first time i taught the group when my colleague decided to jet off on holiday. I was so nervous i spent all the night before practising the session to myself in the mirror! September 2010 came around very quickly. Our contract had changed to a course called Foundation Learning. My e2e learners progressed as the FL learners started. Adapting to these new changes were difficult. My next step... CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (POST-COMPULSORY EDUCATION AND TRAINING) Was it just me or did anybody else feel petrified?!! Assignment One: Initial Teaching Assignment Looking at the context of my practice Micro - Teachings "ICE BREAKERS" First Tutor and Mentor observation... "INTERVIEW TECHNQIUES" Concentrate on your strengths and work on your weaknesses Assignment Two: Enabling and Assessing Learning Understanding Learning and Assessment Learner Profiles Scheme of work Critical Review and Conclusion Personal Development Presentations!!! I feel i have developed my confidence throughout the year by: Trying out new methods, techniques and activities Gaining support, advice and feedback from my colleagues, tutor and mentor on my teaching practice Observing other teachers in my work place, micro-teaching and presentations Feedback from students during and after sessions Completing college Assignments on the context of my teaching programme, looking at various learning theories and assesment technqiues and passing! Figured out my teaching style to suit individual learners Through initial assessment, VAK questionnaires and getting to know the learners it's not difficult to find their learning style Rapport with learners Value and appreciate them with as individuals Consistency from the teacher Listening & responding to their ideas Showing a sense of humour Sharing personal insights & experiences Relating course material in everyday terms and examples Understanding that students occasionally have problems arise that inadvertently hinder their progress in their courses .

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