Being Effective in Work

BEING EFFECTIVE IN WORK

In this unit, students learn about a variety of skills that are needed to be effective in work. These include the skills of timekeeping, taking responsibility for your own work, teamwork, using tools and equipment appropriately, following instructions, problem solving and decision-making, as well as flexibility, perseverance and dealing with requests.



Newhop Skills for Work: Being Effective in Work CD-ROM


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
What does it mean to be a good worker?
Timekeeping
When you take a break
When you can't go to work

Rules at work

Taking responsibility for your work

Team work
People on your team


The team's job
Your role on the team
Arguments at work

Working independently

Using tools, equipment and resources

Following instructions

Problem solving
Asking for help
Decision-making


Flexibility, perseverance and change
Distractions
Concentration
Staying focused between breaks
Dealing with fair and unfair requests
Saying no