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1 Mutual Respect (pgs ) List the dimensions of respect List the 4 reasons for prejudices Summarize at least four ways to foster group effectiveness

2 Dimensions of Respect 1. Everyone has value & rights 2. Accept differences 3. Earn respect by actions and words 4. Respect others—they respect you Mutual respect: 2-way relationship that develops between people or groups after lines of communication are open and trust develops

3 Ways of Showing Respect “Please” / “Thank you” / “Excuse me” / “Good morning” Holding the door Remove sunglasses before speaking to someone Communicate clearly Listen actively-Do not interrupt Give constructive feedback Deal w/people in a cooperative way Be flexible Create opportunities to teach and learn Share behaviors & feelings Viewing situations as win-win scenarios Use inclusive language (saying “we” instead of “you” or “they”)

4 Religious Respect honoring the right to hold personal beliefs not condoning or condemning, but respecting their rights

5 Personal dignity: internal strength that helps people feel connected, worthwhile, & valued A lack of respect breaks down personal dignity Jewish concentration camp

6 Tolerance

7 Tolerance & Mutual Respect Barriers Prejudice Discrimination Failure to value diversity Photo courtesy of Clipart.com

8 Prejudice unfair opinion or judgment of a person or group shuts down critical thinking Leads to blanket assumptions about entire group Prejudice is learned people around you messages society sends It is harder to crack a prejudice than an atom Albert Einstein Reasons Fear Superiority Misunderstanding History Prejudice leads to discrimination

9 Discrimination unfair treatment based on prejudice against a certain group

10 Demonstrating Tolerance Overcoming prejudice & discrimination begins YOU! Are you treating people the way you want to be treated? Do these really matter? skin color ethnic background hair color Religion Region you are from What can prejudices deny? Friendships Place on the team Education Job or opportunity Neighborhood

11 Diversity variation or difference A diverse group can come up w/better solutions than can a group of people who all think the same Members must trust and listen to each other & see diversity as a strength

12 Stereotypes idea or concept based on oversimplified assumptions or opinions, rather than on facts

13 Gender Stereotypes limited ways of thinking about people on the basis of whether they are male or female. Physical Cultural Social Psychological Behavioral traits

14 How Can You Avoid Stereotyping People by Gender? sensitive to language Take time to think Don’t fall victim to peer pressure View everyone as equals

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16 Mutual Respect Discrimination Justice Prejudice Gender Stereotype Tolerance

17 Vocab for Respect & Team Building 1. COMMITMENT Level of willingness & intensity members bring to the team. 2. MUTUAL RESPECT Two-way relationship that develops between people or members of groups after the lines of communication are open and trust develops. 3. TRUST A degree of confidence and belief you have in others and they have in you. 4. TEAM DYNAMICS The interactions of the team members 5. GOAL Team’s target or objective, which gives team members a sense of purpose or focus

18 6. DISCRIMINATION Unfair treatment based on prejudice against a certain group 7. STEREOTYPE An idea or concept that is based on oversimplified assumptions or opinions, rather than on facts. 8. TOLERANCE respecting people’s differences and values. 9. ROLE Specific job or task assigned to a team member 10. FORMING Stage in team development when members meet and begin to create relationships among themselves and with their leader.

19 11. TEAM A collection of individuals who are identified by others and by themselves as a group and who work together to accomplish a common goal 12. PERSONAL DIGNITY The internal strength that helps people feel connected, worthwhile, and valued 13. NORMING The phase when the team begins to work together as a whole, and as a result of their leader’s patience, guidance, and role modeling, members begin to see the advantages of teamwork 14. PREJUDICE An unfair opinion or judgment of a person or a group of people. 15. DISCRIMINATION Unfair treatment based on prejudice against a certain group

20 List the dimensions of respect 1. Everyone has value & rights 2. Accept differences 3. Earn respect by actions and words 4. Respect others—they respect you

21 Summarize at least four ways to foster group effectiveness Forgive mistakes Hold members accountable Foster trust & commitment Don’t make excuses Make hard decisions Seek concrete answers & solutions Respect differences Strive toward mutual respect Chapter 5, Lesson 2

22 List the 4 reasons for prejudices Fear Superiority Misunderstanding History Chapter 5, Lesson 2


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