This morning we began by discussing our initial thoughts of what effective communication means to each person. After giving examples, we practiced effective communication as our group formed a more cohesive unit. We accomplished the tire swing low element, where we swung across from tire to tire. Next, we drove to Bradley Taggart trailhead to hit the trail with a cloudy sky. Along the way, we challenged our bodies, minds, and communication skills personally and as a group. We arrived back on campus to finish our day with two low elements, Whale Watch and Spider’s Web.
Follow-up question: What does effective communication in a group look like?
Answer: It can take man y different forms: active listening, taking turns speaking, and clarifying what was asked or said