Behaving Like A Animal Is Natural, So?

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DO YOU FIND YOURSELF WANDERING WHY YOU DON'T ALWAY SEE EYE TO EYE WITH YOUR PACK( OF FRIENDS COLLEAGUES OR LOVED ONES? 

COLLECTIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR  IS  A SET OF REACTIONS TO OUR IMMEDIATE ENVIRONMENT WHICH AFFECTS THE WAY WE INTERACT WITH OTHER ANIMALS IN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY AND THE WAY WE RESPOND IN A FLIGHT OR FIGHT CIRCUMSTANCE, COLLECTIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR IS INVOLUNTARY AND GENETIC NOT ENVIRONMENTALLY DETERMINED. 

OBSERVE THE GROUP DYNAMIC  AT THE DINNER TABLE,  IN THE OFFICE, WITH THE PEOPLE YOU VOLUNTEER WITH AND IN A SITUATION WHERE YOU ARE SHARING INFORMATION WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS ( PERHAPS ABOUT A LOST AND FOUND ANIMAL ). AN

TRY TO IDENTIFY THE SUCCESS OR FAILURE OF THESE PLANNED AND IMPROMPTU MEETINGS WITH THE TYPE OF COLLECTIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR THAT INEVITABLY SHAPES THE OUTCOMES YOU ARE TRYING TO REACH.

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PET FOSTER PARENTS AND THE ORGANIZATIONS WE VOLUNTEER WITH ARE UNIQUE IN THAT LIKE FOSTERING FOR KIDS WE HAVE AN IMPACT ON NEIGHBORHOODS AND COMMUNITIES BECAUSE WE UNDERSTAND THE NEED FOR EVERY BEING TO FIND A FOREVER HOME ( WITHIN THE COMMUNITY IN WHICH THEY LIVE ). 

EXERCISE 

IDENTIFY THE VARIOUS WAYS IN WHICH ANIMALS GATHER  DO YOU SEE ANY FAMILIAR PATTERNS WITH YOUR  OWN GROUP EXPERIENCE? .

THINK ABOUT IT - WHICH GROUP DYNAMIC REIGNS IDENTIFIES YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ORGANIZATION YOU VOLUNTEER WITH? THIS IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE THIS FINDING DETERMINES HOW EFFECTIVE YOU ARE COMMUNICATING WITH THE GROUP LEADER, YOUR NEEDS AND THE OBJECTIVES OF THE MISSION WHICH IS CRITICAL FOR THE SUCCESS OF ANY SHELTER OR RESCUE:) DON'T WORRY IF YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE PART OF THE HERDING GROUP AND YOU ARE REALLY PART OF THE SWARM - COLLECTIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR CAN BE CHANGED - OH NOT IF YOU ARE A BIRD, DOG, FISH OR BEE BUT BECAUSE YOU ARE A HUMAN BEING:)

FILL IN THE BLANK: AT OUR MEETINGS WE__________________:

FLOCK
SWARM
NEST
POD
HERD
SHOAL

OR

MARCH TO THE SAME DRUM?  

Curious? read the mouse print about collective animal behavior more from Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collective_animal_behavior