1

Step 1

Giving them some information about my daugther

2

Step 2

Asking questions about how my daugther is doing

3

Step 3

Asking them for advice

4

Step 4

Smalltalk

5

Step 5

Paying them compliments

6

Step 6

Asking personal questions

7

Step 7

Having little chats that go beyond small talk

8

Step 8

Saying "Thank you" that comes from the heart

9

Step 9

Talking nicely about them to other parents

10

Step 10

Making a joke that lead to a smile in response

11

Step 11

Bring in some ideas myself

12

Step 12

(Not part of the Action Plan: Here I will note any additional action I took)

1

Step 1

Giving them some information about my daugther

2

Step 2

Asking questions about how my daugther is doing

3

Step 3

Asking them for advice

4

Step 4

Smalltalk

5

Step 5

Paying them compliments

6

Step 6

Asking personal questions

7

Step 7

Having little chats that go beyond small talk

8

Step 8

Saying "Thank you" that comes from the heart

9

Step 9

Talking nicely about them to other parents

10

Step 10

Making a joke that lead to a smile in response

11

Step 11

Bring in some ideas myself

12

Step 12

(Not part of the Action Plan: Here I will note any additional action I took)

12 January 2018 30 June 2018
Goal completed 26 April 2018
General

Building good relationships with daycare providers

This will be an odd goal :) ...

I want to built good relationships with the nursery school teachers of my daugther. I know, this is partly beyond my control, but being an introvert I still want to try my best. The starting position is that I interact with anyone of them several times a week for a minute or so when I catch my daugther from daycare. Sometimes there is a little smalltalk, but it's all very impersonal. I want to build some kind of personal relationship, but I don't want to get on their nerves or to steal their precious time either.

So, I gave this project a little thought and I came up with some ideas on how to start building good relationships.

Note to myself:

- smile!

- pay attention to a neat outward appearance

- one short touch while saying “hello” or “goodbye”

- nuture the relationship with other parents

- what more can I offer (knowledge, skills, bringing some material)?

- showing compassion when necessary

 Goal Accomplishment Criteria

100 points (each action from the Action Plan is worth two points, but I can get additional points by additional actions, that are worth one point each)

 Personal resources

I am a friendly, nice person

  1. Giving them some information about my daugther

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

  2. Asking questions about how my daugther is doing

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

  3. Asking them for advice

    1 (person A)

    2 (person A)

    3 (person B)

    4 (person B)

    5 (person C)

    6 (person C)

  4. Smalltalk

    1 (person A)

    2 (person A)

    3 (person B)

    4 (person B)

    5 (person C)

    6 (person C)

  5. Paying them compliments

    1 (person A)

    2 (person A)

    3 (person B)

    4 (person B)

    5 (person C)

    6 (person C)

  6. Asking personal questions

    1 (person A)

    2 (person B)

    3 (person C)

  7. Having little chats that go beyond small talk

    1 (person A)

    2 (person B)

    3 (person C)

  8. Saying "Thank you" that comes from the heart

    1 (person A)

    2 (person B)

    3 (person C)

  9. Talking nicely about them to other parents

    1 (person A)

    2 (person B)

    3 (person C)

  10. Making a joke that lead to a smile in response

    1 (person A)

    2 (person B)

    3 (person C)

  11. Bring in some ideas myself

    idea 1

    idea 2

    idea 3

    idea 4

    idea 5

  12. (Not part of the Action Plan: Here I will note any additional action I took)

    - asked person D a question (0,5 points)

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  • 12 January 2018, 12:37
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