Observing and Interpreting Behaviour in Organisational or Work Setting
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This workshop is about observing and interpreting behaviour in an organisational or work setting. The learning objectives include identifying and evaluating an appropriate experience to use as a basis for your first assessment, clarifying the rationale for your selected experience, identifying appropriate concepts, theories and/or models that will help you with your observations and interpretation of behaviour, considering the importance of assumptions, values and perceptions in understanding experiences involving misunderstanding or conflict, and identifying key elements in the organisational setting, the task and the group that help to understand and explain what took place. The assessment task involves selecting one or two appropriate and authentic experiences and applying appropriate concepts, theories and/or models to examine the chosen experience(s) to create a multi-dimensional analysis of the selected experience(s).