"Social in Interpersonal and Personal Development"
Social in Interpersonal and Personal Development Learning is a part of interpersonal development. It has a certain domain that initiates and controls a positive relationship in one’s social life. It is only through interpersonal development that one can develop social relationships, and learn to have a sense of belonging where being able to cope with living and working with others. With the wide variety of different backgrounds comes varying interests; beliefs; and values. It should be essential that one take part in groups, which have different beliefs or backgrounds. This will better prepare individuals fro success in one’s career or on the path to a new life. In order to build social relationships, one should be willing to deal with one’s emotions and inner self. With all social relationships, one should be made aware of the social conventions that has the possibly of effecting relationships. Where there are relationships, there will be conflict. Every individual needs to develop their own skills and strategies in order to handle and solve conflicts that may have to encounter in daily life. This should be done in a way that is fair and not to be taken as a way to avoid or eliminate. Interpersonal development requires individuals to balance their commitments and needs among the others in a group. One needs to be able to present their own ideas and be comfortable listening to others. There will always be different topics or viewpoints that requires understanding and responsibility in the particular relationship to others. A goal has to be met as a team usefully. When one forms a relationship with a family member or other peers, one is given the opportunity to grow and be able to reflect. Often when an individual is attending school, the adult usually reinforces learning by positive role models. Anytime interaction is involved, it should be fair, respectful and friendly. This is an open honest and accepting gesture. Interpersonal development provides individuals with learning experiences and many opportunities that will help them in relation to working as a team or by completing tasks on time as coordinated by one’s peer. Individuals will learn how learning can be related in building social relationship and how to maintain a positive way of thinking when it comes to learning. There are several levels of Interpersonal Development. Learning is focused on written statements. Many times an outline will be used to outline one’s learning need to focus in order to progress and to achieve the level at which they applied. Teachers have been known to have a social significance when teaching and learning is involved. With learning, standards have to be put into place. This defines what and where students should know or be able to learn. There are different levels for such dimensions. One can be assessed or reported on due to the achievements from the standards of Interpersonal Development. There are two dimensions Involved in Interpersonal Development: Building of social relationships Being able to work or perform as a team. In building social relationships in learning, one should be able to maintain and manage a positive relationship with a variety of others. Individuals are taught social conventions, and how this is helpful in being able to act socially in responsible ways. It is always important for one to be able to understand in order for one to manage or resolve a conflict Always remember to stay focused when approaching social interaction with others. Working in teams helps one to develop knowledge, skills and behavior. All of these are contributed to the achievement of group goals. Focus isn’t the only task to achieve. One should be able to contribute and reflect on the learning that was achieved while in a group environment.