DEFINITION: Being able to successfully work and collaborate with people of different ages and from a variety of personal and professional backgrounds.
- seek the involvement of others for collaboration, including collaboration with other Peer Programs and with individuals who are different from oneself and/or with different points of view.
- welcome and respect different thoughts, opinions and contributions by team members.
- share responsibilities in a mutually rewarding and fair manner.
- address and solve conflict in team.
REFLECTIVE QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER:
- In what ways have I engaged other Peer Programs or groups on campus in collaboration on a joint project, or event?
- What is satisfying about working with people who have different perspectives and opinions than I do?
- What is challenging about working with people who hold different perspectives and opinions from me?
- How have I addressed conflict in my team? What worked? What didn’t? Would I do anything differently next time?