Trainer | Counsellor em Junior Chamber International
26 de Mar de 2020

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  1. JCI Mission: “To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.” FOCUS A Flagship Program of JCI Hosur Lake City Authored by JCI Senator Chandrachoodeshwaran
  2. ‘When I am inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all my thoughts break their bounds. My mind transcends limitations. My consciousness expands in every direction, and I find myself in a new great and wonderful world. My dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive, and I discover myself to be a greater person by far than ever dreamed myself to be’. Pathanjali’s Yoga Sutra
  3. Course Objective The purpose of the FOCUS course is to empower young people with the understanding of why 21st Century Skills are important for the 21st Century Learning and get high paid Jobs in their future.
  4. Introduction: Introduce about yourself, your name, your training level and a very brief introduction to JCI.
  5. 1.My name… 2.My ambition in life… 3.Three skills I have… 4.Three Skills I want to develop… 5.Why skills are important?
  6. Five important 21st Century Skills and Life Skills: 1.Communication Skills 2.Interpersonal Skills 3.Digital Skills 4.Globe Trotting Skills 5.Agility
  8. Module 1 Communication Skills
  9. Communications is key to trying to solving the greatest challenges of our times.
  10. The Three Cs of Effective Communication Clear: Say what you have to say to be understood. Concise: Say what you have to say in as few words as possible. Consistent: Build trust and provide the information that is needed for action to be taken.
  11. lear • Inform the who, what, why, when and where • Divide in opening, body and summary • Speak to the entire audience even when you are in a small group
  12. oncise • In writing you can “impress” but in talking you must “express” • Avoid the use of “fillers” and “jargons” • Replace the “over- explaining,” by encouraging feedback and questions
  13. oncise How long will it take for you to understand this message? “I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant!”
  14. ©Prentice Hall, 2001Chapter 1214 Filtering Emotions Selective Perception Information Overload Apprehension Language Communication Barriers
  15. Overcoming Communication Barriers • Constrain emotions • Watch nonverbal cues • Use feedback • Simplify language • Listen actively
  16. Active Listening Skills AcceptanceResponsibility Intensity Empathy
  17. Module 2 Inter-Personal Skills (Social Skills)
  18. Keep your pride & prejudice aside The right communication at the right time:- Appreciate & praise at the right time, listen, communicate your discomfort, make people open up.
  19. Sense of humor Accept the reality Reliability Maintain bonding
  20. Module 3 Digital Skills
  21. Digital literacy as 'the ability to find, evaluate, utilize, share, and create content using information technologies and the Internet'.
  22. Basic Digital Skills • Collaboration Fluency • Information Fluency • Solution Fluency • Media Fluency • Creativity Fluency
  23. Fluency: Fluency is the property of a person or of a system that delivers information quickly and with expertise
  24. Collaboration Fluency. One of the strongest assets any student can have is the ability to work well within a team.
  25. Information Fluency is a model that builds on the skills of traditional digital literacy, integrating technology with domain (discipline) specific knowledge, critical thinking, presentation, participation and communication skills.
  26. Solution Fluency is the ability to think creatively to solve problems in real time by clearly defining the problem, designing an appropriate solution, delivering the solution and then evaluating the process and the outcome.
  27. Media Fluency refers to the ability to unconsciously interpret the messages contained within media of all sorts, and the ability to communicate in multiple multimedia formats.
  28. Creativity Fluency is the process by which artistic proficiency adds meaning through design, art, and storytelling.
  29. Module 4 Agility (Flexibility)
  30. Flexibility is the Thinking Skill that focuses on a child's ability to adapt to new situations, improvise, and shift strategies to meet different types of challenges. Video games can help improve Flexibility by allowing kids to practice their Flexibility skills while in the midst of a fun and immersive game experience.
  31. • Think creatively • Embrace uncertainty • Exercise emotional intelligence • Shift Focus
  32. Module 5 Globe Trotting
  33. The action of travelling widely around the world or places. Importance of Networking.
  34. Networking is not a list of contacts “Networking is an organized collection of your personal connections, their connections and so on. Networking is finding fast who you need to get what you need in any given situation and helping others do the same.” Harvey MacKay
  35. Networking is about helping others - Why will people help you? - Why do you help other people? People do business with, help, share information with and give referrals to people they trust and value. Trust turns contacts into connections!
  36. Summary: Summarise all the five skills and it’s importance. Ask 2 – 3 students to give feedback about the session.