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1 Leading Groups with Laura Lipton Developed by ERLC/ARPDC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation

2 Session Three WELCOME Structuring for Success

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4 “My new approach to effective team development will take a bit longer. In my plan, we raise them from birth.”

5 In This Session We will: Apply structural elements to process design

6 In This Session We will: Apply structural elements to process design Explore practical strategies for starting and ending effective meetings

7 In This Session We will: Apply structural elements to process design Explore practical strategies for starting and ending effective meetings Share ideas for maximizing balance and productivity

8 Starting the Conversation Crafting the Container p.32

9 Starting the Conversation Structuring the Conversation Crafting the Container p.32

10 Starting the Conversation Structuring the Conversation Sustaining thinking in the Conversation Crafting the Container p.32

11 The Group Leader’s Design Mind p.20

12 Starting the Conversation Structuring the Conversation Sustaining Thinking in the Conversation Structuring Decisions - p.32 Group size & composition Length of time Degree of structure

13 Reflection – p Reflect on a recent session: processes broke down? group lost focus or momentum? Did not start on time?

14 Reflection – p Group size. too large? too small? wrong composition? 2. Length of time. less time? longer time? 3. Degree of structure. Tighten? Loosen? 4. The surround. How does the room set-up/ materials support focus and engagement?

15 Reflections Given your experiences, what structuring elements might influence the productivity of your groups? Group size & composition Length of time Degree of structure

16 GAW Focused Reading p.1 & p. 63 Individually, read assigned text Mark text as shown: √ I know this ! Significant idea ? Huh?/ I’d like to know more

17 Focused Reading: Activating In breakouts: Share and compare your text markings: √ I know this ! Significant idea ? Huh?/ I’d like to know more

18 In breakouts: Share and compare your text markings for p.1: √ I know this ! Significant idea ? Huh?/ I’d like to know more 10 minutes Focused Reading: Activating

19 Round-Robin Share significant ideas – one at a time; one room at a time √ I know this ! Significant idea ? Huh?/ I’d like to know more

20 Round-Robin Share significant ideas – one at a time; one room at a time Share questions – one at a time; one room at a time √ I know this ! Significant idea ? Huh?/ I’d like to know more

21 In breakouts: Share your specific examples from p.63 Choose several to bring back to the full group 8 minutes Read & Example: Synthesizing

22 Round-Robin Share examples – one at a time; one room at a time

23 A Principle for Leaders p. 47 Skilled leaders Make text the expert

24 A Principle for Leaders p. 45 Skilled leaders describe the ‘What’ ‘Why’ ‘How’ of strategies and protocols

25 Organizing and Integrating Write down one key word that will help you keep your new learnings at the front of your thinking?

26 Upcoming Sessions  Feb 21 Groups at Work: Structures & Strategies for Professional Learning (register by Feb 14)  Feb 22 Data Driven Dialogue – Practical Strategies for Facilitating Productive Collaborative Explorations (register by Feb 14)


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