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Client Window The purpose of this process is to avoid repeating past mistakes and to assure meeting a client's/group's expectations.
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Ask for contribution When a participant is disrupting the session and seems to want to say something.
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Active Pre-plays Active Pre-plays (or rehearsals) are a natural development of action replays. They simply focus on future possibilities rather than on past events. Acting out alternative courses of action is more committing than talk, but is less committing than the real thing. 1. pre-plays create quick and convenient opportunities for second attempts (compared to real second attempts). There may also be fewer distractions from key issues. 2. pre-plays create opportunities for experimenting with alternatives 3. individuals can swap roles with each other, leading towards criticism becoming more constructive...
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Good Manager Workshop To demonstrate the method of building a rational thought thru model and to experience the power of careful thinking.
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Traffic Signs Learning Game To exchange ideas about how to lead sales conversation
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Hope Conversation To discuss our deepest hopes about the future and to experience the power of hoping in the future.
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Movie Posters We see posters advertising new movies quite often in public places. They summarize with visual images, a dramatic title and a few critical phrases, an entire story and its characters. This method aims at letting the group create the poster for their “movie”. It can be used for summarizing learnings, for reporting on team activities over the past period of time, for building a common story about something that has taken place in the organization. Introduction: In order to create today’s reports, imagine that you are creating a movie. In one hour, please return with the poster for your movie (like the posters you see in public places advertising movies). Think, for example, of the posters for “Gone with the Wind”, for “Star Wars”, for “Mr. And Mrs. Smith”. (Refer to posters you yourself have seen recently.) The poster tells the story. Distribute flipchart paper and lots of colored markers.
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Underlying Contradictions Workshop (LENS) To articulate the blocks to realizing the practical vision and to experience the recognition of the dysfunctional aspects of an organization.
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Our Worst Nightmare To create a shared vision, using a fun approach
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Convergence: Clustering in Columns To identify similar ideas and to put them together and to create a pattern based on an agreed to set of values.
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T project - process review ? Review the work process ? Capture what went well/what went badly ? Assign action for promulgating lessons learned and reuseable assets
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Presentations To share information that is not generally available to the whole group.
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Problem Solving Another simple way of developing solutions for problems.
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