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What is community?
Transcript of What is community?
THE perfect community...
What makes it so perfect?
It is important to remember that communities will take various forms, and there is not one right way to create community.
Here are some ways that will help you build better communities:
Know your Residents
Floor & Apartment Meetings
The first few weeks of the semester are very crucial for building community on your floor and in your area! Having residents work together on the first day will increase their abilities to communicate for the rest of the time that they live together!
Role Model Respect
Start with a unifying purpose.
Create, maintain, and update simple and practical Mission and Vision statements.
Set goals and objectives.
Goals are where you want to go.
Objectives are how you are going to get there.
Believe in what you are doing and the people who are doing it.
"If you think you can or think you can't, you're right."
relationships, communicate, and motivate others!
Celebrate success, be flexible, and show gratitude! But most importantly HAVE FUN!!!
Consistancy, dependability, and perserverence!
TOP 8 COMMUNITY BUILDING TIPS
The Office of Residence Life's misison at Xavier University encludes enhancing student success through developing safe, inclusive, and supportive communities. The community is the most important aspect of your position as an RA.
...and not just superficially.. REALLY get to know them!
What greatest challenges do you foresee when building community in your area?
Week One: Helping the floor to know you and the university.
Week Two: Helping the floor to know each other.
Week Three: Floor Communication.
Week Four: Establishing a floor identity.
Week Five: Creating Community Standards.
Week Six: Developing Ownership on your Community.