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Leadership and Life Skills Training Programme 2019

揭示「自我忽視的一面」

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請嘗試儘快從以下的文章數出所有「F」(只能夠閲讀一次)

FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY

COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS.

請問你數出多少個F呢? 3, 4, 5 還是 6個?

整篇文章共出現6個F。如果你數不出6個,你大概忽略了「OF」裏面的F。

以上遊戲顯示出我們的自動導航模式。我們每天都接收很多的資訊,而我們的腦袋會自動幫我們把貌似不重要或我們以爲已知道的資訊刪除。正正因爲這個自動導航模式,我們往往未必能在一個處境中做出最好的決定。

 

你對自己有充分的了解嗎?每人均有自己也未察覺到的一面,有人會因此未能發揮出內在的領導才能,有人會重複一些影響團隊溝通的行為而不自覺。

LLS將帶你從導師及其他學員的角度審視在團隊中的「自己」,從而整理內心的矛盾以及與人之間的衝突,增強適應逆境的能力,發揮你的領導才能

 

學習重點:

1. 提升批判性思考
• 察覺自己在批判性思考過程中忽視了的重要元素
• 提升自我監控的能力
• 監控自己的思想過程,從而達到團體定下的目標

2. 了解如何評估及塑造群體行為
• 提升對組裏氣氛轉變的意識
• 學習探討個別組員的情感,思想及價值觀
• 學習與組員建立關係及推動組員
• 增強説服技巧

3. 培育個人成長
• 提升面對突發事情的抗壓能力
• 提升在不同情境的適應能力

 

主要元素:

1. 個人化學習
• 與導師一對一的面談讓參加者深入探索自己
• 每個活動後均設解說環節,讓參加者對活動有更深入的反思

2. 三日兩夜歷奇營
• 由香港大學運動中心的專業教練帶領富有挑戰的戶外活動

3. 工作坊
• 透過理論框架帶出批判性思考及群體行爲的重要元素
• 透過團體任務進行體驗式學習

4. 模擬社會 (SIMSOC)
• 在活動中模擬現實社會的狀況讓參加者學以致用

5. 結業前面試


日期
: 28/5/2019 – 14/6/2019

日程:

28/5 29/5 30/5 31/5 1/6

活動簡介

破冰環節

歷奇營前
準備

歷奇營 歷奇營 歷奇營 假期
2/6 3/6 4/6 5/6 6/6 7/6 8/6
假期 工作坊 工作坊 工作坊

個人面談

模擬社會前
準備

公眾假期 假期
9/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6
假期 模擬社會 模擬社會 模擬社會

個人面談

結業前面試

學習總結

師資: 資深輔導員及歷奇教練

對象: 期望在以下方面提升自己的香港大學學生:

  • 更有效地建立關係及推動他人
  • 在團隊工作中曾遇到困難,希望日後能更妥善處理類似情況
  • 為日後擔當領導崗位作準備

人數: 30人

語言: 廣東話

費用: $800(已包括歷奇營的費用)

收生規定:

  • 參加者必需出席所有活動,以確保全體參加者的學習質素。
  • 已報名的學生均會被邀出席甄選面試。
  • 本活動由大學出資補貼,未能確保出席所有活動的學生請勿參加,以免浪費資源。

報名: http://wp.cedars.hku.hk/form/node/1223

截止日期: 5/4/2019

查詢: 3917 8388 (電話) 或 cedars-cope@hku.hk (電郵)

 

Leadership and Life Skills Training Programme 2019

Uncover your “blind self”

Count the number of “F”s in the following sentence. Read it as soon as possible and only count once.

FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY

COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS.

How many Fs did you count? Three, four, five or six?

There are six Fs in the above paragraph. If you did not see them all, you probably missed the Fs in OF.

The above test shows how our brain operates in automatic mode. We are bombarded by billions of information every day. Our brain is wired to help us filter information that does not seem to be important or thinks it already know. However, this automatic mode often leads us to make biased judgment/decision which may not be the best to deal with the situation.

 

There may be a part of you that is not known to yourself that impedes your leadership development. Some may not recognize their potentials inside, leaving it underdeveloped. Some may engage in unhealthy habits in teamwork that hinder communication.

This programme will shed light on your “blind self” in the areas of critical thinking and to tackle real-life challenges under team contexts. We envision to expand your skills to manage both internal and external conflicts, strengthen your resilience to combat stress and let your leadership potentials flourish!

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Enhancing critical thinking
• Identifying the essential elements that you have been missing in critical thinking
• Fostering self-monitoring
• Monitoring the thinking processes, while ensuring progress is made towards the team goals

2. Knowing how to evaluate and shape group behaviours
• Enhancing awareness of the moment-to-moment changes of the group dynamics
• Learning to explore the feelings, thoughts and values of individual team member
• Engaging and motivating your peers
• Brushing up your persuasion techniques

3. Fostering personal growth
• Developing resilience when dealing with unexpected outcomes
• Enhancing adaptability in diverse contexts

 

Key Components:

1. Personal coaching
• One-to-one meeting with our coaching team to facilitate self-exploration
• Debriefing session after every activity to deepen your personal reflection and learning

2. Adventure camp (3 days 2 nights)
• Challenging outdoor activities led by experienced trainers from Centre for Sports and Exercise (CSE)

3. Workshops
• Theoretical framework on critical thinking and group behaviours
• Group tasks for experiential learning

4. Simulated Society (SIMSOC)
• A role-playing game which simulates real-life situations to allow participants to put learning into practice

5. Exit interview

 

Date: 28/5/2019 – 14/6/2019

Schedule:

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
28/5 29/5 30/5 31/5 1/6

Introduction

Ice breaking

Preparation for adventure camp

Adventure camp Adventure camp Adventure camp Holiday
2/6 3/6 4/6 5/6 6/6 7/6 8/6
Holiday Workshop Workshop Workshop

Personal coaching

SIMSOC preparation

Public holiday Holiday
9/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6
Holiday SIMSOC SIMSOC SIMSOC

Personal coaching

Exit interview

Final consolidation

Trainers: Experienced counsellors and adventure-based trainers

Target: All HKU students who:

  • Want to connect and motivate people better.
  • Encountered difficulties in teamwork experiences before and want to deal with them better
  • Desire to take up leading roles and want to learn more skills

Class size: 30 students

Language: Cantonese 

Training Fee: $800 for the whole programme (including camp)

Registration Requirements:

  • To achieve the best learning outcomes, 100% attendance is required.
  • All applicants are required to attend an interview. Applicants will be contacted for the interview after CEDARS-CoPE receives their applications.
  • This training is subsidized by the University. In order to ensure the best use of resources, please do not apply if you are unable to attend all activities.

Registration: http://wp.cedars.hku.hk/form/node/1223

Registration deadline: 5/4/2019

Enquiry: 3917 8388 (telephone) or cedars-cope@hku.hk (email)