Thankful for Meeting
At 6:30 PM on Friday, Wang Haitao, a teacher from the academy of Public Health, held a special class meeting for our class -- how to improve interpersonal skills.
Mr. Wang Haitao is one of the top ten teachers in the Medical Department. The class he is in charge of has gotten a lot of credits. After listening to this class meeting, students all felt the charm of an excellent class meeting. Instead of boring lectures, the whole class meeting was developed step by step with interactive games and stories. Although the students in Class One have known each other for more than a year, many of them have no chance to contact and understand others, so they are still very strange to each other. Mr. Wang asked the students to introduce themselves in groups, which gave us a good opportunity to know each other's little hobbies and shining points.
When it comes to what we want to learn, many students say they want to improve their communication skills, and Mr. Wang also gives tips. First of all, be a good listener. Stop what you are doing, look at the other person, and actively listen. Quickly open the topic can use the "image method", from study, travel and other aspects of the other person's interest. The most important thing is to improve the rules of interpersonal relationship. Give appreciation and thanks, sincerely care for others, sincerely make others feel important, always smile... These are not routines, but a kind of warmth and understanding. There is a poem that says, "No man is an island, standing alone in the sea." There are always social and emotional ties between people. Good interpersonal skills can add warmth and color to the world. Mr.Wang said that her student filled her father's greatest regret after a long talk with his taciturn father and. We may also often lack communication with our parents and classmates. The teacher also assigned a small task of communication at last.
The students benefited a lot from this class. Some students sigh think that the original handling of human relations is not so terrible. Some students also found that their self-confidence increased after learning to communicate, and they were not as shy as before. The greater value of this class lies in the fact that students can put their knowledge into action. Many students make phone calls and send messages with their family members and old friends. The roommates also smile and say thanks. Thank Mr.wang for his positive influence on us!