What you will learn from this course

Transcript:

Welcome to Module 1. There are 10 modules in this course. After this first module, where I give you an overview, I’ll go over:  

  1. How do I define respect?
  2. Reframing our ideas around respect
  3. The Dimensions of the 7 Forms of Respect
  4. What forms of respect do I care about?
  5. What are the 7 Forms of Respect?
  6. How do I apply the 7 Forms of Respect to my life?
  7. How do I describe how I want to be treated?
  8. How do I feel about adapting to others
  9. How does this increase my self-awareness?

These are the learning objectives:

You’ll learn what the 7 Forms of Respect are

You’ll learn which ones matter and don’t matter to you, depending on when and with whom

You’ll learn how to articulate why you want certain forms of respect

You will need our workbook as you go through this course as I pose questions to you to answer and reflect on as you go through this course.  This is a self-paced course. Each module will have about 5-10 minutes worth of videos, with the exception of module 4 and 6, where I go over the 7 Forms of Respect framework and each of the 7 Forms of Respect.

In each module, I’ll explain the lesson and point to where in the workbook you can look up the corresponding exercises. Some modules will also include a quiz. 

When you’re done, you can mark “complete”. You can go back to any of the modules at any time and rewatch the video.

Once you’re done, you’ll be invited to sign up for a live group session over Zoom where you can ask questions and practice what you learned with me. You can also find the link to sign up for your live session in your introductory email.

I want to emphasize that this version focuses on building individual self-awareness around what you care about. We’re developing future courses that will focus on relationships with others and with your teams. In the live group coaching sessions, you can ask specific questions about relationships and team building. Well, let’s get started. You can go to Module 2 now.

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