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It’s beneficial to understand the importance of collaborating with others to get problems solved. Getting a fresh perspective on those issues is a good idea, and, whether you’d like to admit it or not, most people are brimming with ideas that could help. You might not even have to accept their ideas, but a combination of views can often solve a problem. Any professional should consider learning this invaluable information, whether they work in a team or prefer (or are required) to work alone.
In the wise words of an admittedly fictional tradesman: “Working together, we get the job done”. Often, we do work better when we collaborate. During this course, we discuss the differences between independent working and collaboration, the benefits of collaborating, and how we can set aside our differences for the greater good.
What do you think of puzzles? From children, we’re taught to problem solve, from shape sorters to jigsaws and then the dreaded math homework. But sometimes you can spend half an hour staring at the same crossword hint before giving up. Then when you come back to the break room for a coffee, someone else has already solved it:
10 across (13): Working with someone to produce something. COLLABORATION
See, there are times when coming together to solve a problem can be really beneficial. Hearing other peoples’ opinions and evaluations of a common problem and pooling a wide selection of skill sets can help you come up with a unique solution. This short course is designed to help you make the most of your collaborations.
When you think of a group of people who come together to solve problems, do you think of those pesky kids from a popular dog-based cartoon? Zoinks! We did! Ok, so they call them mysteries, but we all know the characters and what each of them brings to the table, which is why it’s relatable.
Of course, this also makes for some interesting visuals. But that’s not all. We’ve got interactive elements which will help to engage learners, this includes tips in the form of an easy to remember mnemonic. Learners can take their time to learn at their own pace, and after the course is done, the learning continues in the form of takeaway tasks. They’re an effective way to actively improve any knowledge or skill.
Everyone has the right to learn and learner need can vary demanding on environment or disabilities. This course comes with transcripts so people have text options for an media, subtitles for all videos and is screen reader friendly with alternative text.
We take a number of steps to ensure visuals and navigation is easy for your people. For more information on the steps we take for accessibility check out how we make our courses.