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Prosocial for Beginners

Group Effectiveness through Better Collaboration
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 5h 41m
Language: English
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Description

“Prosocial” is both a scientifically-grounded conceptual perspective and a practical program for increasing collaboration within and between groups. Its purpose is to help any team, organization, or community to become more effective and more equitable. This course will cover all aspects of Prosocial by explaining everything you need to know to create a prosocial group, or transform an existing group into a prosocial one.
“Prosocial for Beginners” is currently under construction; only the first 4 sections are available at this moment, while the remaining 12 sections are in the development phase. Once completed, this course will have about 8 hours of video content and numerous quizzes, exercises, and downloadable resources.

You will learn

✓ how to interpret behavior
✓ how to increase collaboration
✓ how to empower each other
✓ how to create community

Requirements

• yearning for greater collaboration
• willingness to think outside the box

This course is for

• those who want to become change agents
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Ahmed Afzaal holds a PhD in “Religion & Society” from Drew University in Madison, NJ. He is currently an associate professor in the Religion department at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN.
In addition to classroom teaching, Ahmed enjoys leading educational and skill-building workshops on a variety of topics, including Nonviolent Communication, Organizational Culture, and Prosocial. He is passionate about life-long learning, values-based action, and meaningful collaboration for the greater good.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 5h 41m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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