Comm 292 Course Outline

Access and diversity accommodations if you are a

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Access and Diversity Accommodations If you are a student with a disability you should meet with the Access and Diversity Centre (A&D) advisor to determine what accommodations/services you are eligible for. The A&D will generate an accommodation letter on which you should collect the signature from your instructor (allowing at least 3 weeks prior to the exam in question due to the high volume of requests before the final exam, return the signed copy to A& D at the earliest. You are responsible for finalizing and confirming arrangements regarding any exam accommodations directly with the A&D. To find out if you are eligible and the submission deadline, please visit the following website http://www.students.ubc.ca/access/ or visit the office: Access & Diversity Student Development & Services The University of British Columbia Brock Hall, Room 1203 1874 East Mall Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 Tel: 604.822.5844 TTY: 604.822.9049 Fax: 604.822.6655 You should also meet with your instructor to discuss any accommodations required for in-class activities.
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David Crawford_C292_TTH_S109 (2:00-3:30pm)_S110 (3:30-5:00pm)_HA291 7 Date Topic Mandatory Readings Possible Exercises (These will vary by instructor – please follow preparation guidelines provided by your instructor) Assignments Sep 6 Overview Skills for the New Workplace Ch. 1, “What is Organizational Behaviour?” pp. 2-34 LAN “The Competing Values Framework: Identifying Your Interpersonal Skills,” pg. 28 “Interpersonal Skills in the Workplace,” pg. 25 Class Handout: “Lifeboat” Read syllabus and place all critical dates on your calendar. Make a name tent with the name you like to be called, and bring it to each class. Sep 11-13 Perceptions, Personality and Emotions Values and Attitudes Ch. 2, “Perception, Personality and Emotions,” pp. 36-81 Ch. 3, “Values, Attitudes, and Diversity in the Workplace,” pp. 84-118 WEB Implicit Associations Test LAN Learning About Yourself Exercises, pp. 70-75 (complete before coming to class) Form consulting teams. Each team should send a single e-mail to the instructor with the names and e-mail addresses of its members. This e- mail should also include a team name. Think about the name carefully as it cannot be changed. Begin working on Fantasy Project. Hand in signed course contract (Sept 13). Sep 18-20 Group Effectiveness Team Building Ch. 6, “Groups and Teamwork,” pp. 212- 254 WEB “Fantasy: A Team Building Project LAN “The Paper Tower Exercise,” pg. 250
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David Crawford_C292_TTH_S109 (2:00-3:30pm)_S110 (3:30-5:00pm)_HA291 8 Date Topic Mandatory Readings Possible Exercises (These will vary by instructor – please follow preparation guidelines provided by your instructor) Assignments Sep 25-27 Motivation Incentives Performance Appraisal Ch. 4, “Theories of Motivation,” pp. 128-166 Ch. 5, Motivation in Action,” pp. 168-209 LAN “Are CEOs Paid Too Much?” pp. 206 LAN “What Motivates You?” p. 161
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