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Page 1: Experience, Facilitation & Leadership UWGB: June 24-27, 2012

Experience, Facilitation & Leadership

UWGB: June 24-27, 2012

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“The world is passing through troubled times. The young people of today think of nothing but themselves.”

“Never has youth been exposed to such dangers of both perversion and arrest as in our own land and day.”

G.S. Hall, Psychologist (1844-1924)

Peter the Hermit, French monk in the First Crusade (1050-1115)

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“Today’s young people no longer respect their parents. They are rude and impatient. They have no self-control.”

“Youth love luxury. They have bad manners. They are tyrants. They contradict their parents, talk too much nonsense, guzzle their food, and tyrannize their teachers.”

Socrates, Greek philosopher (470-399BC)

Hieroglyphic translated from Egyptian tomb (circa 4000BC)

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Best Workshop EverFacilitator

Clear and understood directions

Stay

Prepared

Interested and engaged

Present

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Best Workshop EverEverybody

Building and inclusive community

Respect time

Attentive listening

Be supportive

Respectful open dialogue

Engaged and participate

Right to choose

Be aware of our humor

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Day 1: Foundations• Introduction

Community protocols and normsopening activities

• Experiential Learning & Experiential EducationConstructivismExperiential Learning Model

• Creating a sense of communityWhat & WhyContainer ConceptIntentionalityConditions

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Day 2: Intentional Facilitation• Facilitator Knowledge

Group DevelopmentSequencingProcessing Experience

• Facilitation IssuesEncouraging DialogueDealing with ResistanceEmbracing DiversitySupporting LearningAnd/or…

• Closing

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Facilitation Issues• Dealing with Resistance

• Embracing Diversity

• Encouraging Dialogue

• Supporting generalization and application of learning

• ???

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Growth Circles

ComfortZone

Panic Zone

Growth Zone

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Group Development

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TEAM DEVELOPMENT WHEEL

FORMING

TestingPolite

ImpersonalWatchfulGuarded

PERFORMING

MatureCloseness

ResourcefulOpen

EffectiveClose andSupportive

NORMING

Getting OrganizedDeveloping Skills

Establishing ProceduresGiving Feedback

Confronting Issues

STORMING/SORTING

InfightingControlling ConflictsConfronting People

Opting OutDifficulties

Feeling Stuck

STAGE FOUR STAGE ONE

STAGE TWOSTAGE THREE

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Day 3: Making Connections• Connecting Activity and Learning

Content, concepts, and activitiesCollaborative Leadership

• Action PlanningConnecting workshops ideas and practicePlanning for future collaborations

• Closing

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Collaborative Leadership

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Y

O N M

U X D A

C R L Z H

K J E G I P

S B Q T F V W

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B

R Q P

X A G D

K U O J C

N M H F L S

V T E W I Y Z

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Cooperation

Concert, joint action, co-acting,

commonality, concurrence,

joining of hands, common effort,

common enterprise or endeavor

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Concur,

harmonize,

go into partnership with, get together and

team up and buddy up,

pull together,

hold together,

hang together,

keep together,

stand shoulder-to-shoulder

Collaboration

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From your experience, and given what we have done, what is leadership to you?

Think/Pair/Share

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Leadership is a reciprocal process of encouraging and supporting people in the pursuit of goals shared by members of a group, organization, or community.

Jack Christ, Chair Leadership Studies

Ripon College, Ripon WIExecutive Director, Wisconsin Leadership

Institute

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Think of a person you admire for their leadership

skills/qualities. What are those skills/qualities?

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Collaborative leadership is a reciprocal process of encouraging and supporting relationships within which people can pursue a variety of shared goals over extended periods of time.

Jack Christ, Chair Leadership Studies

Ripon College, Ripon WIExecutive Director, Wisconsin Leadership

Institute

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Leadership is a reciprocal process

of encouraging and supporting…

Collaborative leadership is a

reciprocal process of encouraging

and supporting…

…people in the pursuit of goals

shared by members of a

group, organization, or

community.

… relationships within which

people can pursue a variety of

shared goals over extended periods

of time.

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Fundamental Beliefs of Collaborative Leadership

• Everyone has the capacity to lead• Leadership comes from within a group• Leadership takes place in the context of

relationships• In order to lead, one must have the

opportunity to lead• Leadership involves risk taking• Leadership involves an action orientation• Learning to lead is a journey

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Experience & Learning

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BLUE

GOLDGREEN

ORANGE

RELATIONSHIPS

WHY?

INFORMATION

WHAT?

MODELS

HOW?

TRIAL & ERROR

WHAT IF?

LEARNING STYLES

FEELING

THINKING

REFLECTINGDOING

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BLUE

GOLDGREEN

ORANGE

FEELING

THINKING

REFLECTINGDOING

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Cairns

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• People• Talents/Gifts

• Ideas• Insights

• Inspiration• Life Experience

• Family• Beliefs & Ideals

• Values• Theories & Models

What Guides You? What shows you the way?

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How did I add to my cairn?

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“Fact 1:As each goose flaps its wings it creates an “uplift” for the birds that follow. By flying in a “V” formation, the whole flock adds 71% greater flying range than if each bird flew alone.

Lesson:People who share a common direction and sense of community can get where they are going quicker and easier because they are traveling on the thrust of one another.

Lessons from Geese

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Fact 2: When a goose falls out of formation, it suddenly feels the drag and resistance of flying alone. It quickly moves back into formation to take advantage of the lifting power of the bird immediately in front of it.

Lesson:If we have as much sense as a goose we stay in formation with those headed where we want to go. We are willing to accept their help and give our help to others.

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Fact 3:When a lead goose tires, it rotates back into the formation and another goose flies to the point position.

Lesson:It pays to take turns doing the hard tasks and sharing leadership. As with geese, people are interdependent on other’s skills, capabilities and unique arrangements of gifts, talents or resources.”

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Fact 4:The geese flying in formation honk to encourage those up front to keep up their speed.

Lesson:We need to make sure our honking is encouraging. In groups where there is encouragement, the production is much greater. The power of encouragement (to stand by one’s own heart or core values and encourage the heart and core of others) is the quality of honking we seek.

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Fact 5:When a goose gets sick, wounded, or shot down, two geese drop out of formation and follow it down to help and protect it. They stay with it until it dies or is able to fly again. Then they launch out with another formation or catch up with the flock.

Lesson:If we have as much sense as geese, we will stand by each other in difficult times as well as when we are strong.”

~ Angeles Arrien