Liberating Structures - 9. What, So What, Now What? W³
Together, Look Back on Progress to Date and Decide What Adjustments Are Needed (45 min.) What is made possible? You can help groups reflect on a shared experience in a way that builds understanding and spurs coordinated action while avoiding unproductive conflict. It is possible for every voice to be heard while simultaneously sifting for insights and shaping new direction. Progressing in stages makes this practical—from collecting facts about What Happened to making sense of these facts with So What and finally to what actions logically follow with Now What. The shared progression eliminates most of the misunderstandings that otherwise fuel disagreements about what to do. Voila!
Icebreakers for Online Meetings That Introverts Will Love | Beth's Blog
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Facilitation Resources – Chris Corrigan
Here is a collection of resources I use in my facilitation practice. By and large these resources support facilitation of participatory and self-organizing process at scales ranging from very small groups to large conferences. I use some of these tools directly and others as inspirations to design and create my own processes. The first section provides links to participatory group process that are inclusive and self-organizing to varying degrees. The section on process architecture and maps contains links to sites whose worldviews can inform process design from single meetings to large scale change. The next three sections cover more specific tools useful for particular purposes, and finally the last section contains links to sources of ongoing inspiration.
Trainer's Notebook: Facilitating Brainstorming Sessions for Nonprofit Work | Beth's Blog
Liberating Structures - 33 methods to generate ideas in a group
group facilitation methods for icebreakers, brainstorming, prioritizing, etc.
50 Ways to Say No
Tick » Track time - Hit budgets
The Management Myth | Matthew Stewart
The Atlantic Online | June 2006 |