teamwork

Finding other cultures at home

This resource draws on students’ multi-cultural study, work and community environments to prompt their thinking about what it might be like to live and work in a different culture. 

Building positive relationships in life and work

People rarely work in isolation; rather, they operate as part of a team or multiple teams. Because of this, the success of any business or project depends to some extent on the teamwork of its people. If students want to develop their career opportunities, knowing how to work effectively in a team is essential. In this resource, students will learn more about the elements of teamwork and what they can do to develop their abilities. Other resources to compliment this one include ‘Plotting your preferences‘, and ‘Conceptualising careers‘.

Plotting your preferences in music

Other resources to compliment this one include ‘How to make it as a music graduate IV: Knowing yourself‘ and ‘Music skills and attributes I: Professionalism‘.

Creating a high-achieving group

This resource was adapted specifically for use with students who need to form teams or undertake group assignments. Here, increased self-awareness is a consequence of forming effective groups rather than being the explicit objective!

How to form an effective group or team

This is a great resource to use before group work or to prompt learners to think about the need for interpersonal skills. The resource  includes 12 tips for effective groups or teams.

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