STAFF RELATIONSHIPS: “Belonging to”. EDGC 679 PRESENTED BY: JANEAH GULLETT. OBJECTIVES. TO PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW ON ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE HELPING RELATIONSHIPS TO SHARE EXAMPLES THAT DEMONSTRATE HEALTHY, PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH COLLAGUES
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STAFF RELATIONSHIPS: “Belonging to”
PRESENTED BY: JANEAH GULLETT
SCHOOL COUNSELORS ARE AN ESSENTIAL
PART OF THE SCHOOL PROGRAM. TO BE
SUCCESSFUL, WE NEED TO BE ACCEPTED
AND SOUGHT AFTER BY THE SCHOOL
COMMUNITY. ( Schmidt,John J. 1991)
BY PERSONALLY DEMONSTRATING
CONCERN AND REGARD FOR INDIVIDUALS,
YOU SET THE STAGE FOR YOUR
PROFESSIONAL INVITATIONS AND
INTERACTIONS TO BE ACCEPTED.
(Purkey,W.W. & Schmidt, J.J 1990)
NOT ALL COUNSELORS WHO ACHIEVE
SUCCESS AT PERSONAL LEVELS ARE ABLE
TO MAKE THE TRANSITION TO THE
PROFESSIONAL LEVEL. (Gysbers,N.C. &
BELONGING TO YOUR SCHOOL MEANS
CREATING A SPIRIT OF TOGETHERNESS AND
MUTUAL BENEFIT IN ALL YOUR
RELATIONSHIPS. DEVELOP AN ATTITUDE
OF “BEING WITH” RATHER THAN “DOING
TO” OTHERS THAT YOU WORK WITH.(Gullett,J.
Gysbers,N.C. & Henderson,P. Developing and Managing Your School Guidance Program(Alexandria, V.A. : American Association for Counseling and Development, 1988).
Schmidt, J.J. “A Professional Stance for Positive Discipline – Promoting Learning, “NASSP Bulletin, 73 (516) (1989), 14-20.
Schmidt, J.J. A Survival Guide for the Elementary/Middle School Counselor (New York: The Center for Applied Research in Education, 1991)