During this course, you will walk through the Model for Improving Interpersonal Skills (found in your textbook readings for this module). In Modules 1, 3, and 5 you will work on developing your own Interpersonal Improvement PlanModel for Improving Interpersonal Skills (found in your textbook readings for this module). In Modules 1, 3, and 5 you will work on developing your own Interpersonal Improvement Plan to encompass the personal, academic, and professional areas of your life.
Your first steps are to identify a goal and then assess whether the goal is realistic.
Since these are merely examples of areas of possible improvement, you would need to tweak these to make them SMART goals and to be more specific to your life situation and circumstances.
Examples of areas of possible improvement:
You would need to tweak these goals to be more specific to your life situation and circumstances, but each one certainly is measurable and, if met, will lead you toward improved relationships in your professional, academic, and personal lives.
Setting goals is a great thing to do, but to successfully attain those goals, you have to make sure they are realistically within our grasp. For example, a person might set a goal to be elected as the city’s mayor in the next election. That may be an attainable goal for someone who is involved in politics and has already made connections and built networks, but for someone with no experience, it would be an unrealistic goal.
Setting goals often requires people to stretch themselves beyond their comfort level and put their interpersonal effectiveness skills to work in unfamiliar surroundings.
This module, you will identify three goals (one personal, one professional, and one academic) and assess the reality of the goals that you have set. You can use this worksheet as a template for the assignment. Your goal statements should be concise and stated as a positive (you will do something rather than you will not do something). They should also be SMART:
As you review your goals, explain your answers to the following questions:
If you change your goal, please explain what you changed and why.
Save your paper as LastnameFirstinitial_M1_A3 and use the Submissions Area to submit your answers by the due date assigned.
Assignment 3 Grading CriteriaMaximum PointsDeveloped a concise, positive, and SMART personal goal statement.20 Explained answers to the five goal-related questions as they pertain to the personal goal.20Developed a concise, positive, and SMART academic goal statement.20Explained answers to the five goal-related questions as they pertain to the academic goal.20Developed a concise, positive, and SMART professional goal statement.20 Explained answers to the five goal-related questions as they pertain to the professional goal.20Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner, demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, and used accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.20Total:140
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