Habit 6: Synergize - Civil Engineering and architecture

Habit 6: Synergize - Civil Engineering and architecture

HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE *** Remember this material is based on 7 Habits. SYNERGY IS: hen two or more people work together to create a better solution than either could do alone. lone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller SYNERGY IS EVERYWHERE Synergy is NOT:

Synergy is: eeping promises eing happy that were different orking in teams eing open minded hinking outside the box oming up with third alternatives

rainstorming reaking promises ust tolerating differences orking alone hinking youre always right K B

W B T lways coloring within the lines ompromising C B nsisting on only one right answer.

HOW TO GET TO SYNERGY o build and create synergy you have to look for it. ou have to see that each individual is unique and value that uniqueness. DISCUSS EXAMPLES OF SYNERGY THAT YOU SEE IN THE FOLLOWING: N ature S chool

F amily C ommunity W ork ACTIVITY T ake out a clean sheet of paper. F old in thirds long way. F old in half the other way.

A nd in half again. Y ou should have 12 boxes. IN THE BOXES andomly write the following six things in six different boxes:

Writes stories, plays or poetry Cooks extremely well Plays a musical instrument Speaks more than one language An excellent athlete Enjoys leisure reading NOW FILL IN THE REST.. W rite six more descriptions in the blank boxes on your paper. W hen everyone is finished wander around the room and find people that match the descriptions and write their names in the appropriate

box. S ee how many people in your advisory you can write in each box. BY DOING THIS ACTIVITY You see the importance of diversity. You see how each person is unique. Think about yourself. How

are you different and unique? Thos e attributes bring creativity to the table to reach synergy. GETTING TO SYNERGY ACTION PLAN D efine the problem or opportunity T heir way (seek first to understand the ideas of others) M y way (seek to be understood by sharing your ideas) B rainstorm (create new options and ideas)

H igh Way (find the best solution) CREATING A SYNERGY ACTION PLAN WITH YOUR SCENERIO D efine the problem or opportunity T heir way (seek first to understand the ideas of others) M y way (seek to be understood by sharing your ideas) B rainstorm (create new options and ideas)

H igh Way (find the best solution) THINGS YOU CAN DO TODAY.. W hen you meet a classmate or neighbor with a disability or impairment, dont feel sorry for them or avoid them because you dont know what to say. Instead, go out of your way to get acquainted. S hare a personal problem with an adult you trust. See if the exchanging of viewpoints leads to new insights and ideas about your situation.

THINGS YOU CAN DO TODAY.. rainstorm with your friends and come up with something fun, new and different to do this weekend, instead of doing the same old thing again and again. he next time you are having a disagreement with a parent, try going to the Action Plan. Define the problem, listen to them, share your views, brainstorm and find the best solution. NOW GO OUT AND DO SOMETHING

DIFFERENT THAN YOU DID YESTERDAY!

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