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Learnings from Working Cross Culturally Workshop To gain insights about the Cross-cultural learnings we have had in working another country and to become excited about what we have learned and to be aware of what we have not learned.
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Juggling Perspectives To make decisions based on a good weighing up of the varied interests involved, by clarifying the underlying logic of the different stakeholders.
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The Sage Conversation To reflect on the experience of encountering people of wisdom and to experience the demand to become wise.
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RAACI To clarify levels of authority and expectations around engagement
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Illiteracy Help To assist people who are illerate or nearly so to paticipate in a workshop without focusing on the issue.
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The Greeting Game To enable participants to loosen up with one another with humorous greetings.
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Plotting Newspaper Articles in the Social Processes To be able to locate social events in the social processes and to gain confidence in understanding the social processes. This can be used to do social analysis or industry analysis.
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Card Game This is a simple team building game that is based on the card game Poker.
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Sharing Vision To share individual concret visions of the outcomes of a project or change process.
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Simultaneous Committees To have small groups to work on part of the planning process.
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Troubleshooting To identify potential blocks or impediments to implementing the plan.
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SCREAM Scream is a good way of breaking the ice for a large group.
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Time Management Nearly everyone has been in a meeting that ran over time. Often this means that the last item on the agenda is dropped and put on the next agenda. Sometimes real unanticipated issues come up that need to be dealt with but not necessarily in this meeting. An issue that was assumed to be simple turned out to be much more complex and time consuming than anticipated. Diverse unplanned distractions may arise that need time to be dealt with.
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