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Input # 1: Social media competence. …

Input # 1: Social media competence.
Input # 2: Listening competence.
Input # 3: Empathy.
Input # 4: Responding competence.
Input # 5: Competence to achieve goals through relations.
Input # 6: Motivational competence.
Input # 7: Inspirational leadership competence.
Input # 8: Competence to help other people develop.
Input # 9: Problem solving competence.
Input # 10: Conflict management competence.

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  • 1. Social competence
  • 2. Input # 1 Social media competence
  • 3. Social media can become the real “glue” for bringing together innovation as it “sticks the incompletes together” into new forms and things. Blogging, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and the host of other social tools bring us “content” as never before.
  • 4. Input # 2 Listening competence
  • 5. The people with the most social intelligence are those who are good listeners. Sources Daniel Goleman
  • 6. Further inspiration
  • 7. Input # 3 Empathy
  • 8. Definition of social competence within psychology Personality traits which can manifest in different capabilities such as empathy, tolerance, conscientiousness.
  • 9. Social intelligence means being smart in relationships by being empathetic, or being able to sense what others are feeling and their intentions. Secondly, it means having the social skills to act on that information. Sources Daniel Goleman
  • 10. Empathy derives from maternal care. Frans de Waal
  • 11. Women have, on average, more emotional intelligence than men. Groups with more women therefore tend to be smarter. Thomas Malone
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  • 13. Definition of compassion A strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for the suffering or bad luck of others and a wish to help them.
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  • 15. When do people act prosocially? Example # 1 When they are confronted with people whom they perceive to be part of their group. Example # 2 When they anticipate that good is reciprocated with good. Example # 3 When they see that fairness is restored.
  • 16. Empathy is ingroup biased. People have more empathy with people they know. Frans de Waal
  • 17. Exercise Encourage people to “walk in someone else’s shoes” and imagine what the people are thinking, how they might be feeling, and why they make certain choices. Examples of who “someone” could be A family member. A friend. Someone else.
  • 18. Further inspiration
  • 19. Input # 4 Responding competence
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  • 21. Interpersonal intelligence is the ability to understand and interact effectively with others. It involves effective verbal and nonverbal communication, the ability to note distinctions among others, sensitivity to the moods and temperaments of others, and the ability to entertain multiple perspectives. Howard Gardner Sources
  • 22. Interpersonal sensitivity is about detecting and accurately interpreting variations in non-verbal cues, subtle signals and emotional responses., p. 7.
  • 23. One important aspect of social competence is the ability to make positive responses to others, even in the face of rejection.
  • 24. Further inspiration
  • 25. Input # 5 Competence to achieve goals through relations
  • 26. Social competence is the ability to make use of environmental and personal resources to achieve a desired social outcome.
  • 27. Studies show that the more contact people have, the less prejudice. Friendships increase empathy. Miles Hewstone minute 7-8.
  • 28. Further inspiration
  • 29. Input # 6 Motivational competence
  • 30. Definition of social competence within economics Abilities such as flexibility, working in a team, motivating colleagues and clients.
  • 31. Further inspiration
  • 32. Input # 7 Inspirational leadership competence
  • 33. Further inspiration
  • 34. Input # 8 Competence to help other people develop
  • 35. Definition of social competence within pedagogy Lifelong, intercultural and social learning.
  • 36. Further inspiration
  • 37. Input # 9 Problem solving competence
  • 38. Further inspiration
  • 39. Input # 10 Conflict management competence
  • 40. Direct social competence is the ability to coordinate, to solve conflicts and to work in teams.
  • 41. Further inspiration