EUCRM encapsulates and unifies collaboration research into a model
The fields of interpersonal communication and social psychology are immense, with hundreds of theories and concepts to learn. However, not everyone has three years to complete a psychology degree in order to improve their collaboration skills!
In the EUCRM online course, we take much of the existing theory and cram it into a framework consisting of five components and twenty impacts.
The components are outcomes that you should try to achieve when collaborating. The impacts are actions you can take to change the components.
This is all visually represented in a way that is easy to remember, at least once you have finished our thirteen modules!
Each module teaches you a strategy
In addition to learning EUCRM, we provide strategies for successful collaboration that show how the framework can be used in practice.
Giving and receiving feedback
Dealing with bullying and ostracism
Protecting your ideas
Managing stressful group environments
Competition between and within groups
Adopting a better group strategy
Incorporating external voices into discussion
Making first contact with a potential collaborator
Your reputation amongst a network
Using power wisely
The art and importance of respect
Integrating yourself into a new group