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1 Don’t Take On The Move If The Move Isn’t Yours THAT MONKEY DOESN’T BELONG TO YOU!

2  The SPF/SIG has a number of pieces to it  Although the Strategic Prevention Framework is a collaborative process as coordinators you will be the ones responsible for the completion of the steps  The purpose of this training is to help you find ways to make decision-making a collaborative process LET’S BE CLEAR

3  The goal of the training is to give you tolls to expand the capacity of your project by engaging your partners in meaningful ways.  It is not the intent of this training to have any of you supervise others or make others responsible for the project. LET’S BE CLEAR

4 Individual PerformanceCoordination Performance COORDINATION ISN’T AS EASY AS IT LOOKS

5 ASSEMBLY LINE ACTIVITY #1

6 Why do coordinators run out of time while stakeholders run out of work? QUESTION

7 THE PROBLEM IS…..MONKEYS The Problem is…MONKEYS

8 A MONKEY IS THE NEXT MOVE

9 For Every Monkey There Are Two Parties Involved: One To Work It And One To Oversee It REMEMBER:

10 All The Monkeys Together Make Your Successful Project. Who Do You Want To Share In That Success?

11 When You Pick Up A Monkey That Someone Else Could Handle, You Give The Message That You WANT The Monkeys!

12 When You Pick Up A Monkey That Someone Else Could Handle, You Give The Message That Other’s Are Not Capable

13 When You Pick Up A Monkey That Someone Else Could Handle, You Give The Message That You Need To Rescue The Monkey From It’s Current Keeper

14 Decline in output Decline in performance Decline in morale WHAT MONKEYS CAN LEAD TO

15 I’VE GOT MONKEYS…NOW WHAT

16  Description: The “next moves” are…  Owners: The monkey is assigned to a person  Insurance Policies: The risk is covered  Monkey Feeding and Checkups: The time and place for follow-up is specified ONCKEN’S RULES OF MONKEY MANAGEMENT

17 LET’S MANAGE SOME MONKEYS

18 The Monkey is NOT the problem or the project! It is simply the next move. REMEMBER

19 Rule 1 means: The parties involved shall not part company until the appropriate “next moves” have been described. DESCRIPTION

20 Examples would be:  Complete Community Readiness Surveys with…  Invite three people to the next meeting  Give this matter further thought DESCRIPTION

21 What is your project or problem? What Monkeys can you think of that need to be done MONKEY WALK LET’S PRACTICE

22 Rule 2 means: The dialogue between the parties involved must not end until ownership of each monkey is assigned to a person. OWNERS

23 Your Goal Share The Responsibility For Monkeys With Your Stakeholders Only Work the Monkeys That No One Else Is Qualified or Eligible to Handle OWNERS

24 It Is Not Easy! It Takes…. Discipline Skills OWNERS

25 Discipline PitfallsONE The work I am asking others to do is what I used to do and I can do it quicker and better. OWNERS

26 Discipline PitfallsTWO It is easier to do the work myself than to deal with getting the assigned person to do it OWNERS

27 The Best Way to Develop Responsibility In People Is To Give Them Responsibility REMEMBER

28 Anti-Straddle Reflex WE’VE NEVER GOT A PROBLEM! I HAVE A PROBLEM OR YOU HAVE A PROBLEM

29 Monkey Insurance Policies: 1.Recommend, Then Act 2.Act, Then Advise INSURANCE POLICY

30 Rule 4 Means: The dialogue between the parties involved must not end until the monkey has a checkup appointment FEEDING AND CHECK-UPS

31 Check-ups are important because:  Lower your anxiety  Increases our partners competence through capacity building  Coaching increases the odds that you will be able to delegate to your partners in the future FEEDING AND CHECK-UPS

32 The More You Get Rid of Your Partners Monkeys

33 The More Time You Have For Your Partners

34 QUESTIONS?

35 The One Minute Manager Meets the Monkey Kenneth Blanchard LESLIE MUSSMANN DIRECTOR OF PREVENTION ASAC SPF/SIG CAPACITY COACH


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