Pat-1 Selecting a communication goal- Should have four different
communication. For example. I cant, I dont know how say no, I
Part 2: Describing communication patterns (due Week 2 and 3)
Part 3: Establishing behavioral goals: What will it look like when I am doing it well? (due Week 2 and 3)
Part 4: Goal Analysis (due Week 4)
Part 5: Covert Rehearsal: Practicing in your imagination (due Week 5)
Part 6: Behavioral Rehearsal: Practicing your new behavior (due Week 5)
Part 7: Actual Implementation: Performing your behavior in real-life situations (due Week 6 and 7)
Part 8: Evaluating your progress
- First, analyze your communication behaviors and patterns.
- Second, identify a specific communication behavior or pattern that you feel you need to change or improve.
- Third, construct a plan for changing that communication behavior or pattern.
- Last, attempt to change your behavior or pattern in the communication area you selected, and evaluate your progress and performance
A 20-something woman recognizes that she appears to frown and/or has a negative facial expression when communicating interpersonally. Others often misread her as a result.
She set the goal of using a positive facial expression when communicating interpersonally. She was more successful at work and received significantly more attention in her personal life as well. She made many new friends and broke off a long-term, unhealthy relationship with her boyfriend as a result of the increased attention.
A 40-something woman with a successful career recognizes that she does not accept criticism well. Generally, she jumped to the defense and never heard, nor considered, the merit of the feedback.
She set the goal of changing her response to receiving criticism. She found that she was able to learn from constructive feedback and was recognized in her review for the positive change in her behavior.
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