Interpersonal organizational communication / Conflict


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The art of communication comes through hugs, developing trust and relationships, which connects kids to success in every facet of life. The learning process becomes easier and enjoyable for kids surrounded by an environment of trust and hands on learning.

Conflict takes many forms in academic organizations. There is the inevitable clash between formal authority and power and those individuals and groups that are affected. There are disputes over how revenues, material and resources should be divided, how the work should be done, and how long and hard people should work

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  • Characteristic successful Transformation teacher/leader strength during formal Group dynamic communication:
    They look for ways to complement kind front of the group for their ideas and actions.
    They look for ways to value the kid’s in-group activities vs. individual projects.
    They bounce in a positive way to kids during class, than provide constrictive feedback in private.
  • Interpersonal Communication :
    -Administrators, Teachers and student interactions are guided by individual predispositions as well as special projects, important tasks, and social considerations

    -Direct Interpersonal communication when involving, direct face-to-face relationship or Group Communication

    -An example would be the spiritual beliefs that bring some of the employees’ interpersonal relationships to another level
    -An example of an informal bondage in our school is that two of the teachers consider each other best friends as they both have been working for the school for 20 or more years

    *****Positive impact :
    Productivity as leading to more cohesive work groups, more satisfied and committed employees, greater productivity, goal attainment, increased employee morale and organizational culture.
    *****Negative impact :
    The tendency to lead to gossip, envy, unhealthy competition and distraction due to involvement in unrelated work activities and discussion.
  • Decisions Making :
    Channels are the means for transmission of messages. Organizations typically have a wide variety of channels available for transmitting oral and written messages. Face-to-face interaction, group meetings, memos, letters, computer-mediated exchanges, Web sites, presentations, and teleconferencing are among the channels commonly used in contemporary organizations.

    The decision-making process includes individual decisions made individually and collaboratively. For example, individual decisions include those which are developed when working in the classroom with the students. Collaborative decisions include those made when professors debate among themselves during assignment evaluations.

    Hidden agendas are not present and intense information sharing occurs. Ideas are put on the table and disagreements can be handled without disturbing individual relationships.
  • Conflict :
  • Conflict Resolution Strategies:
    -Increase interaction between conflicting groups
    -Avoidance is another management strategy by the principal
    -“It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.”
  • Conclusion:
    -We need to pay close attention to kids in the classrooms and out classrooms, clear your mind if student is speaking us, so that we are open-minded to what they are communicating.
    -Not to judge the book by the cover, By no means, undertake that you have understood all kids’ communications, since the initially have taken you in a certain path of conversation
    -Value group formal communication.
    -Improve our abilities in problem solving, by being a better listener, take notes that are vital. Always be prepare with pencil, paper, or notebook. Taking notes during our communication is a visual sign, showing teachers taking a personal interest to help kinds and aid their success.
    Conflict, is_______________

  • Recommendations
    kids’ communications, since the initially have taken you in a certain path of conversation. Most teachers, mistakes by only hearing the first few words of kid’s sentence, we have to give them the time to finish the sentence in their own thoughts, and provide an honest feedback.

    - Teachers, need to do a better job, before forming an assumption, let the students complete their thought. Especially in-group formal communication.
    Improve our abilities in problem solving, by being a better listener, take notes that are vital. Always be prepare with pencil, paper, or notebook. Taking notes during our communication is a visual sign, showing teachers taking a personal interest to help kinds and aid their success.

    Best conflict Resolution Strategies in the classroom at the We Are Kids Academy are, Non-Directive approach and Collaborating approach
  • Notes:
  • Thank you
  • Interpersonal organizational communication / Conflict

    1. 1. Sam S Dalmazio Interpersonal Organizational Communication Atlanta
    2. 2. Why we Communicate? S Video
    3. 3. Confused about the difference? S T V & C a b l e N e t w o r k s 22,000 Hours
    4. 4. Ethics & Values through Communication Barriers to Making informed Decisions Formal & informal Communications Channels Group & Individual Communication Conflict Resolution Strategies
    5. 5. Project Method S Communic ation Formal Individu al Informal Group Conflict Resolution Strategies
    6. 6. Upward Downward Lateral or Horizontal Feedback Instructional Materials Bulletin Board Posting Class Assignments Teacher Speeches Recognitions Performances feedback Meetings Class/Group discussions Emails/TEXTS Telephone Emails/TEXTS Telephone Emails/TEXTS Telephone Communication Approaches
    7. 7. Communication Theories Contingency Theory
    8. 8. Transformational Leadership Provide personal attention and coaching Inspire students through formal group activities Ethics and Values through Communication Group activities help students increase their formal Communications Charismatic teacher
    9. 9. Complement kind front of the group Value the kid’s in Group Activities Positive way of learning during class Strong relationship in/out school Provide constructive feedback in private.
    10. 10. Interpersonal Communication Special Projects Friendships Spiritual Beliefs
    11. 11. Decision Making Channels Decision Making Process Barriers to Making Decisions Decisions Making • Face-to-face interaction • Telephone • Emails and Memos • Direct letters • Individual • Collaboratively • Policies • Parental Consent • Hidden agendas • Lack of resources • Save time • Group Size & Age
    12. 12. Vs. Rules Polices Principals S
    13. 13. Confrontation Strategy Non- Directive Approach Collaborating Avoidance Problem Solving Conflict Resolution Strategies
    14. 14. Conclusion Conflict • Non-Directive Approach • Collaborating • Not to judge the book by the cover • Be a better listener • Be open-minded to what kids are communicating • Value group formal communication
    15. 15. Classroom • Encourage, Direct and Value group formal communication and activities in theclass rooms. Teacher • Teachers needs to devolve there listening habits , take notes that are vital during classrooms Conflict • Solutions to overcome conflict resolutions is not limited inside the school, we must reach out to parents and community. Recommendations
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    17. 17. References . Please see Notes pegs