A proactive individual does not feel intimidated in front of obstacles neither conforms with his/her situation. He/she does not expect that others resolve the problems, turns into active part that looks for solutions and supports in his/her fortresses, his/her logical sense and acts with decision and courage.
Learn to interact with your work group of to face difficult situations and be the driving force of the change.
Once that you have defined the situations, the problem or the aim and analysed the possible obstacles, you will propose which would be your interventions and will communicate them to a group of people, arguing the relevance of the solutions.
Organise a work team to test your ideas of intervention.
Day 1.- Think in 5 people (Friends, familiar, work mates) and get in touch with them to organise two meetings that will last a total of four hours.
Day 2.- Get the group together, in a first round each member thinks individually in a plausible situation in which it exists a problem to get an achievement, annotates it in an index card. After the first round each member exposes the situation and problems, the others four improve and point out the situation and obstacles without proposing solutions, correct what they consider improvable. You only listen and keep a viewer role. The time estimated is 90 minutes.
Day 3.-Individually, order the situations according to the difficulty in finding a solution. Start by the easiest and propose the intervention/solution that you consider timelier and more viable. Next, pass to the following less difficult situation, and successively until the last one.
Day 4.- Get the group together and each member take an index card from the ones elaborated in the day 2 (without their contributions) and, after reflection and analysis time, each member proposes his/her solution or intervention. After this, and in front of the group, expose your solutions to the five situations proposed, compare with the solution proposed by each member of the group that has worked the problem. Next, the group exposes if your interventions/solutions are better or worse, through
arguments and consensus and decide if you got right. Time estimated 150 minutes.
Day 5.- Think about the results of the meeting of the day 4. Were your solutions very far away from the best solution chosen by the group (that adds up the ideas and talent of 6 people)? Did you participate in the meeting showing your leadership and resolution? Did yourself allow to be “impress” by the arguments or reasons of others?
CHALLENGE MUST NOT LAST MORE THAN A WEEK.
TEAMWORK: 4 HOURS.
90 MINUTES TO EXPLAIN THE METHODOLOGY AND INITIAL MEETING
150 MINUTES FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE GROUP TO DO THEIR ANALYSIS WORK.
INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION: 2 DAY.
Congratulate when finished Score one point for each person who has actively helped you. Add a point by each problem in which your solution was the best or equivalent to the best proposal by the group at the end of the second meeting.