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1 Communication Josh Lopez- Hawaii HOSA Vice President

2 Communication  1 st Impressions  Tips for Effective Communication  Listening Modes

3 1 st Impressions  G ________ using your (_______),(_______), and (_______)  N ______ always use your (_______) and (_______)  A ______ use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

4 1 st Impressions  G reet using your (_______),(_______), and (_______)  N ______ always use your (_______) and (_______)  A ______ use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

5 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ______ always use your (_______) and (_______)  A ______ use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

6 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your (_______) and (_______)  A ______ use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

7 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your first and last  A ______ use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

8 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your first and last  A ssociation - use your (_______), (_______) or (_______) to give you (_______)  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

9 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your first and last  A ssociation - use your HOSA, Degree, or experience to give you credibility.  P ______ or (_______). It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

10 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your first and last  A ssociation - use your HOSA, Degree, or experience to give you credibility.  P urpose or position - It lets people understand your(_______(s) for asking for their (_______) & it projects (_______)

11 1 st Impressions  G reet using your handshake, eye contact, and nod.  N ame - always use your first and last  A ssociation - use your HOSA, Degree, or experience to give you credibility.  P urpose or position - It lets people understand your reason(s) for asking for their time & it projects professionalism.

12 Tips for Effective Communication  Remain Self-Aware of Non-Verbal and Verbal  Look, Act, and BE Interested  See Things From Other People’s Perspectives

13 Remain Self-Aware of Non-Verbal and Verbal Actions  Tone  Volume  Body Language  Facial Expression  Posture

14 Look, Act and BE Interested  Posture  Engaged  Responsiveness

15 See Things from Other People’s Perspectives  Be open minded  Understand other perspectives  It allows you to be more knowledgeable and make better decisions

16 Listening Modes  Competitive  Passive  Active

17 Listening Princess Lynne DeDios- Hawaii HOSA State Recording Secretary

18 Listening Building trust Engagement Keeping the conversation intriguing

19 Building Trust Important: Builds credibility With credibility = People listen

20 How do we Build Trust? Active engagement with your specific group of interest Ex. HOSA officers engage with HOSA members Engage through Winter socials/social events Leadership workshop State conference Executive meetings Facebook HOSA Website

21 Engagement through Listening Importance Shows targeted audience You are actively paying attention You are interested You appreciate their time You are learning You care

22 Showing you are Engaged in the Conversation Eye contact Nod your head Body posture Sit up straight Respond and make comments Ask questions

23 How to Keep the Conversation Ask questions about themselves Favorite person to talk about is themselves Ask open ended questions No yes or no answers Sharing ideas during a conversation Do not use “BUT”, use and instead. Makes the other person feel bad about their idea When you say “but” you suggest there is something wrong with the idea.

24 Leaders Know How to Work in Teams Feije Lopez- Hawaii HOSA Corresponding Secretary

25 What is Teamwork?

26 Teamwork Is… The process of working collaboratively with a group of people to achieve a goal. Success is not measured by what is “won,” but the amount of effort made.

27 Why is Teamwork Important? Goals are reached efficiently Combination of ideas, skills, leadership of everyone Creates bonds within the group

28 Ten Qualities of a Team Player

29 Demonstrates reliability Does their fair share to work hard and complete the tasks at hand Completes responsibilities by the given deadline Helps others in need

30 Communicates Constructively Expresses thoughts and ideas clearly, but respectfully, for others on the team

31 Listens Actively Learns to understand and consider ideas of others Asks questions Gives input

32 Functions as an Active Participant Engages in the work of the team to make contributions

33 Shares Openly and Willingly Takes the initiative to keep other team members informed Shares information, knowledge, and experience

34 Problem-Solver Works with others to overcome obstacles with critical thinking Be a critical thinker!

35 Exhibits Flexibility Adapts to changing situations and circumstances

36 Shows Commitment to the Team Makes an effort to contribute to the team and the team’s work

37 Has Perseverance Continues to strive to do their best despite difficulties

38 Positive Attitude Has a good outlook on the team’s success to get the job done!

39 Flock of Geese

40 Football

41 Hawaii HOSA Scavenger Hunt! Jessica Kim- Hawaii HOSA President-Elect

42 Who: All Leadership Teams When: 10:00-11:00 Where: Kapiolani Community College Farmers’ Market

43 Objectives: To complete as many tasks as you can within the time given Six riddles and one final challenge If time runs out, everyone must report back to room.

44 Team Member Responsibilities Team Leader Operator (1-2) Picture Taker Riddle Keeper Navigator Timekeeper **EXCHANGE CONTACT INFO!

45 Places (Navigator) Mission Control: Entrance of the Farmers’ Market Mission Area: Farmers’ Market Do NOT stray away from mission area! Keep within the boundaries of the market!

46 Means of Communication (Riddle Keeper and Operator) Written: Paper Riddles Mission Control: Entrance of the Farmers’ Market Four State Officers will collect answers, give out hints, and pass out riddles.

47 Mission Control Numbers (Riddle Keeper/Hints) Team 1 Josh Team2 Josh Team 3 Shane Team 4 Fejie Team 5 Brysen Team 6 Jessica Team 7 Jessica

48 Riddles (Riddle Keeper) Six riddles + Final challenge Open riddle envelopes in order (1-8) Do not lose your riddles! If lost, your riddle will have to be verbally given to you via phone. ONE RIDDLE AT A TIME!

49 Riddles Order  Team 1:  Team 2:  Team 3:  Team 4:  Team 5:  Team 6:  Team 7:

50 Asking for Hints Contact mission control number Call “Our riddle states: ___________.” “Can you give us a hint?”

51 Point System The more you complete, the more points you get. Completed tasks = +points Asking for hints = –points Team with the highest amount of points will win the scavenger hunt! It’s not about who’s the fastest, but who has the most points.

52 Skipping a Riddle Call to say that you want to skip your riddle. No points will be given. You will not be able to answer the riddle once you skip it.

53 When You Solve Your Riddle Travel back to Mission Control to report your answer to the riddle. Mission control will either approve or deny your answer. Once your answer is approved, you may move on to your next riddle.

54 The Final Challenge When all riddles are completed, return to mission control. A state officer will give you the clue to your final challenge. LISTEN to the directions carefully.

55 Healthy Tips for Great Teamwork Stay together! Don’t run! Be respectful of the market-goers Don’t exclude team members – everyone in a team is important because everyone is a LEADER!!! Have fun!

56 Professionalism Jameson Casinas- Hawaii HOSA State President Shane Naeole- Hawaii HOSA State Secondary Representative

57 Presentation is Key! Did I dress appropriately for this occasion? Do I look pressed, polished, and professional? Are the accessories too much? Do I portray the correct body language? Language: Street vs. Business

58 Introductions Like a Leader Eye contact Double-pump handshake Make sure your nametag is on the left Speak with confidence Say your name, position, and organization Smile: best accessory to have

59 Time Management When you’re early, you’re ON TIME. When you’re on time, you’re LATE. When you’re late, you’re LEFT BEHIND.

60 Time Management (con’t.) Understand the assignment. Know the deadline. Set small deadlines. Set priorities. Complete certain tasks till done.

61 Advocacy and Impromptu Brysen Pasion- Hawaii HOSA State Treasurer

62 What is HOSA?

63 HOSA Facts Develops vocational knowledge and leadership skills Largest organization to do so CTSO- Career and Technical Student Organization Student-led organization 9 th Hawaii HOSA State Leadership Conference Over 1,200 members 37 th HOSA National Leadership Conference Over 150,000 members

64 Why Learn to Advocate? Student-led Informal scenarios

65 Impromptu Questions

66 Impromptu Question 1 You get a set of minions for a week. What do you do?

67 Impromptu Question 2 How do you feel about Wednesdays?

68 Impromptu Question 3 One of your friends travels to Hawaii for the very first time. What would you tell him/her?

69 Impromptu Tips Confident Volume Body language Relax Pause

70 Impromptu Tips P.R.E.P. P- Point R- Reason E- Example P- Point Example: What is HOSA? P- HOSA is an organization that builds leadership. R- There are chapter, state, and national officer positions. E- Through the elections, I’ve learned how to speak in front of an audience. P- HOSA develops leadership skills in its members.

71 Impromptu Activity

72 1. Everyone knows there are two types of people in this world. What are they? 2. Some people never grow up, while others grow up too quickly. In your opinion, when does a teenager become an adult? 3. Teachers always ask students to reflect on their own lives. Today, imagine living a day in your teacher’s shoes. 4. Sometimes, life gives you choices. Do you want a rewind button or a pause button for your life? 5. You see someone about to commit suicide. What reasons to live would you tell that person? 6. Next year, Hawaii will increase the amount of instructional minutes in schools around the state. With all this extra class time, what are some things that schools currently don’t teach but really should? 7. Your group is forced to take part in this year’s Hunger Games. Who will win?


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