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  1. Management Human Relations

  2. Essential Question • Learning Target: I can explain how human relations skills make people more effective managers.

  3. Core Content • PL-HS-4.2.1 • Students will identify individual work habits/ethics (e.g., individual/team responsibilities, willingness to learn, integrity, respect, confidentiality, self-discipline, problem-solving, punctuality, communication skills) and explain their importance in the workplace. • PL-HS-4.2.2 • Students will describe team skills (e.g., setting goals, listening, following directions, questioning, communicating, problem-solving, dividing work, conflict resolution, mediation) and evaluate the role of team skills in today’s workplace. • Academic Expectations: • 2.37- Students demonstrate skills and work habits that lead to success in future schooling and work.

  4. Today’s Agenda • Discuss Human Relations • Assign each group one of the 5 important human relations skills and have them develop a scenario in which the manager would need to use this skill to be more effective. • Share and discuss group activity

  5. Human Relations • Self-Understanding • Understanding others • Communication • Team building • Employee differences

  6. Self-Understanding • An awareness of your attitudes and opinions, your leadership style, your decision making style, and your relationships with other people.

  7. Understanding Others • A manager cannot treat everyone the same way because not everyone is the same. • Some want a great deal of support from their manager and others do not. • Some want to be involved in the decision making process while others prefer not to. • Some employees work harder when praised, while others just want to know when they need improvement. • Managers need to know what works best for each employee.

  8. Communication • Managers must understand what information needs to be communicated and how to communicate the information. • Good listeners • be able to listen to employee concerns to identify potential problems • determine needs respond to them more effectively. • Language is also very important- managers must communicate in language that employees can understand.

  9. Team building • People need to feel like they are a part of a team, that they are important, and that they can count on other team members for help. • Managers must get people to believe in the goals of the company through team building,

  10. Employee differences • be aware of the differences among their employees to help them maintain a high level of job satisfaction.

  11. Group Activity • Each group is to develop a scenario based on the assigned human relation skill discussed in class. At the end of class we will share and discuss each scenario. • For example, if communication was the assigned skill, a group could come up with a scenario in which it would be important for the manager to effectively communicate a problem or concern with employees. • Also Check Stocks and Update Spreadsheets