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© Bostrom & Associates WORKSHEET ESTABLISHING AN OUTCOME Statement of Problem:(What’s wrong, what’s the obstacle, symptoms, etc.) Flip to Outcome: Ask: What do you want instead of the problem? Write out a statement of the outcome. (Make sure outcome is positive and transfer this outcome to the box in the middle of next page.)
© Bostrom & Associates THE OUTCOME MAP INITIAL OUTCOME (Where to tap?: Pick outcome(s) to focus on from your map - the place where you want to start working on your issue. Transfer this outcome(s) onto the next page…)
© Bostrom & Associates OUTCOME DEVELOPMENT WORKSHEET Instructions: Enter the outcome you selected from your outcome map in the outcome column. Check and make sure that your outcome is well-formed (positive, control, evidence). Write out the outcome and specific evidence for the outcome below. OUTCOME(S)EVIDENCE
© Bostrom & Associates WORTHWHILE CHECK 4. A.Gains and losses? As if into the future, imagine you have achieved your outcome. What have I/we gained? What have I/we lost? List gains and losses below. Gains…Losses…. B. Resources have/resources need to acquire What will it take to get this outcome? Is it worth the effort? Have…Need to acquire… Is it possible? (in the time frame) C.Representative? Check higher level outcomes on map. Will this outcome lead to my/our higher level outcomes? WORTHWHILE?YESNO
© Bostrom & Associates FIRST STEP ACTION WORKSHEET Outcome:_________________________________ _________________________________________ First Step Action (Commitment) 1.What is the FIRST STEP I can take to achieve this outcome? 2. FIRST STEP: Well-formed check (Circle yes or No): Positive? Yes No Under my/our control? Yes No Have evidence? Yes No 3. FIRST STEP: Worthwhile check: (Circle yes or no): Gains > Losses? Yes No Resources? Yes No Lead to higher level outcomes? Yes No Worth it? Yes No If any NO responses in 2 and 3, cycle back through outcome model or develop new FIRST STEP. 4.Timeframe: When will I take this FIRST STEP? 5.Additional Questions you might ask about first step: Who needs to do it? Who and how will results be evaluated? Who will determine if follow-up is needed? How will it be determined?
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