Experiential Learning (EL)
What is EL?
Gaining expertise through EL
EL and motivation
Learning Group Skills
How to be participant/observer
One learns by doing the things, for though you think you know
-Introduced by: Irving Janis (1972,1982)
-It is A mode of thinking that people engage
in when they are deeply involved in a
cohesive group, when the members' strivings
for unanimity override their motivation to
realistically appraise alternati
What is leadership?
Trait theories of leadership
Influence theory of leadership
Situational theories of leadership
What if you dont want to be a leader?
What is it to
10 Most Important Principles for Cross-cultural Communication
1) Take it slow.
A common objection that non-native speakers raise is the speed with which native
speakers tend to communicate. Whether youre speaking to someone who is just
beginning to learn
What is the Grounded Theory?
Research method that involves forming a theory based on the
gathered data as opposed to gathering data after forming a
Hypothesis Data - Grounded Theory
It is called groun
Can you guess the disorder?
Jack graduated from high school and got a job working in a video store. After
working for about 6 months Jack began to hear voices that told him he was no good.
He also began to believe that his boss was planting small video ca