Helpful and Unhelpful Team Roles Helpful Encourager Organizer Summarizer Unhelpful Boss Destroyer Show-off
Brainstorming Rules Give suggestions and solutions No Idea is too silly or dumb Solutions don’t need to make sense Have Fun!
Assertiveness Rules 1. Use “I” instead of “YOU” to begin your statement 2. State your feelings and what you want to have happen 3. Stand up tall and straight.4. Remain cool, calm, and in control.5. Be Courteous and show concern for others
Action Plan Steps Plan itTell itDo itReport it
Values That Lead to Action Health, happiness Friendship Knowledge, skills Trust, honesty Money Respect for self and others
Dealing with Value Conflicts 1. Ignore it2. Recognize it
Decisions In My Life Decisions to MakeDecisions in the Future
Goals Positive Specific
Goal: Getting a Job Step#Steps to getting a job
Communicating with Others
Communication Skills 1. Body Language 2. Voice Tone 3. Assertive Behavior 4. Listening 5. Giving Compliments 6. Recognizing and Managing Anger 7. Dealing with Authority Figures
How People Communicate Body Language
Body Language Game ShySerious ConfusedTired HappyStubborn SadGrumpy MeanFriendly AngrySilly MadSurprised FunnyCharming NervousScared
Rules For Good Voice Tone
Attitudes Aggressive Passive Assertive
ANGER 1. Recognize Anger 2. Manage Anger a. Taking a time out
Dealing with Authority Figures Authority Figure Situation Smart Reaction To Reduce hassles and stay out of trouble.
Advancing Work and School
Goals Become Actions A. I got out of bed this morning because my goal was to: 1. Come to Survival Skills Workshop 2. Attend several meetings 3. Earn money so my family can eat B. I take baths/showers because my goal is to: 1. Not smell 2. Keep my body clean and healthy 3. Look good
What Employment Means Survey
What are some interesting jobs?
Marvin’s and Latisha’s Job Qualities Marvin’s Latisha’s
Training/School What training/school are you presently involved in? What are your future plans for training or schooling? Have you attended special training, on the job training or workshops?
Understanding Legal Rights and Responsibilities
HOUSING SCHOOL/EDUCATION RELATIONSHIPS TROUBLE WITH THE LAW
Clues to understanding resource books 1. Table of Contents 2. Indenting/Outlining 1. How things are grouped 1. Using numbers 2. Using alphabet 3. Keywords and phrases 1. Bold-faced print 2. Italics 4. Charts, Maps, Diagrams, and Pictures
SOURCES OF LEGAL RIGHT INFORMATION Lawyer Bar Association Legal Aid Society Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Local Tenants Union American Civil Liberties Union
Getting Ready for Employment
Problems to Overcome in Finding and Getting a job. Finding a job Getting that job
Important things to do to find and get a job 1. Decide what job you want 2. Plan a job story a) Sales pitch b) Tells your skills and interest 3. Network and keep looking 4. Fill out job application 5. Build a resume 6. Do well in the interview
The Job Interview How to make a good impression
HANDSHAKES Dead fish Handshake Deadly Grip Handshake Firm and confident handshake