Chapters Schuman power point presentation

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PowerPoint Presentation

Make 15 to 20 slides PowerPointsbased on those chapters Schuman (19-21) Schwarz (Chapters 14, 15 & 16) on each slide PowerPoint where they say “add note” write a short essay that explain those boletes points.

Positive Models: Process, Design, Ethics & Challenges Facilitation Applications, Future Directions for Theory and Research Schuman (Chapters19-21) Schwarz (Chapters 14, 15 & 16)

Presentation: A PowerPoint is required all those steps to be included.

(1) The presenter should develop a set of questions that will stimulate class discussion of the assigned material. Useful questions will synthesize the major themes or ideas portrayed in the readings. You should present a set of 6-8 questions. As a class we will entertain these questions during our GO TO MEETING presentation for the week.
(2) The presenters should prepare a thorough summary in the form of a power point presentation for the class and provide his/her references. A PowerPoint is required so that it can be viewed on the Go To Meeting program on the evening of the presentation. The presentation must include a summary of the salientpoints in the readings and a critique of the readings.
FOR ALL STUDENTS IMPORTANT: Power Point Presentation should include the following: (I) outline and underscore main points of the readings for the week, (II) provide your evaluation of the readings (III) describe what the contribution of the readings is to the study of teaching or

training in conflict resolution (IV) post 6 to 8 thought provoking questions at the end of your presentation for your fellow classmates to answer, and (V) include the references used if necessary. Make sure to label & divide your presentation in these 5 parts with Roman Numerals I, II, III, IV, & V.
The seminar presentations will be graded according to the following criteria:

Presenting the main points of the material in a clear and coherent manner
Raising and answering questions related to the assigned readings
Evaluating the material being presented (point out strengths, weaknesses, areas that could be improved, etc.)
Sharing ideas and insights
Sharing personal experiences and observations (relating the course materials to your life is nice) Pointing out relevant data
Relating and synthesizing ideas of others
Pointing out relationships to earlier discussions

If you want, I can send you an explain of another Presenter PowerPoint.

In my Powerpoint“Add note” or write a short essay that explain those boletes points.

Introduction: Ketti Davison 30+ years in Army Intelligence  Stationed at MacDill AFB, Fl  Retiring to work at The Institute for the Study of War in DC  Mother of 3, Grandmother of 3  Masters in Counseling Psychology  Masters in Military Arts & Science  Deployments to Cuba, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait  Current hobby – Scuba diving  Content Part I  Facilitation of Group Brainstorming  Chapter  7 Paul B Paulus & Toshihiko Nakui Promoting Mutual Understanding for Effective Collaboration in Cross-Functional Groups With Multiple Stakeholders   Chapter 8 A Procedural Analysis of Group Facilitation – A Communication Perspective  Chapter  Sam Kaner 9 Joe Chilberg Graphic Facilitation – The Art of Drawing out the Best in People  Chapter 10 David Sibbet Chapter 7 Facilitation of Group Brainstorming Paul B Paulus & Toshihiko Nakui Factors that hinder effective group functioning:  Social loafing  Common information bias  Groupthink  Production loss https://risetoshinetodaydotorg.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/group-think.jpg?w=417&h=322 Chapter 7 Facilitation of Group Brainstorming Paul B Paulus & Toshihiko Nakui Factors that improve effective group functioning:  Group composition  Motivation  Cognitive stimulation  Form of Interaction  Structure of the interaction  Task structure  Active facilitators  Facilitation of group decision making https://3krwor3xbp5c45ck4n3d5u2x-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wpcontent/uploads/2013/09/effective-team-cartoons-images-300x200.png Chapter 7 Facilitation of Group Brainstorming Paul B Paulus & Toshihiko Nakui Ten Best Practices for Group Brainstorming 1. Select members suited for brainstorming 2. Select diverse members to enhance creativity 3. Provide both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation 4. Prime the group with ideas they had not yet considered 5. Use a variety of interaction modalities 6. Combine group sessions with individual brainstorming or reflection 7. Decompose task into its basic elements 8. Intersperse brainstorming with periods of rest or alternative activities 9. Ensure facilitator does not dominate the interaction 10. Train group in effective brainstorming and decision making procedures Chapter 8 Promoting Mutual Understanding for Effective Collaboration in Cross-Functional Groups With Multiple Stakeholders Sam Kaner  Effective Collaboration  Intersubjectivity  The Pseudo-Solution  Dynamics of Group Decision Making  Divergent and Convergent Thinking Chapter 8 Promoting Mutual Understanding for Effective Collaboration in Cross-Functional Groups With Multiple Stakeholders Sam Kaner Exhibit 8.5 Diamond of Participatory Decision Making Chapter 9 A Procedural Analysis of Group Facilitation: A Communication Perspective Joe Chilberg Levels of Analysis for Group Communication  Event Level of Group Communication  Activity Level of Group Communication  Episode Level of Group Communication  Act Level of Procedural Communication Chapter 9 A Procedural Analysis of Group Facilitation: A Communication Perspective Joe Chilberg Procedural Communication Analysis of Process  Interaction Method for Conducting Meetings  Nominal Group Technique for Idea Generating  Synectics for Creative Problem Solving https://empxtrack.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/buildgreatteams.png Chapter 10 Graphic Facilitation – The Art of Drawing out the Best in People David Sibbet The Four Flows of Facilitation  Operations Flow  Attention Flow  Energy Flow  Information Flow https://www.grove.com/pdfs/grove_strategic_visioning.pdf Chapter 10 Graphic Facilitation – The Art of Drawing out the Best in People David Sibbet The Graphic Facilitation Model  Step 1: Orienting to Purpose  Step 2: Connecting People  Step 3: Drawing out information  Step 4: Getting Closure on Commitments  Step 5: Supporting Action  Step 6: Monitoring Progress  Step 7: Leveraging Learning Exhibit 10.2 The Graphic Gameplan https://www.grove.com/pdfs/grove_strategic_visioning.pdf Creative Ways to Brainstorm: Six Ideas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAidvTKX6xM Learning Graphic Facilitation: 7 Elements https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5DJC6LaOCI Part II Evaluation of the Readings  Individual vs Group Contributions  Diversity vs Experience  The Groan Zone is The Way http://paulrheller.com/wp-content/uploads/cartoons/groupwork-imgfxdesign.jpg Part III Contributions to the Field  Models for facilitators to adapt to different contexts  Explicit room for creative and novel approaches and solutions https://blog.iese.edu/impact-atwork/files/2018/04/Blogpost_CreativeProblemSolving_DesignThinking_Gris.jpg Part IV Discussion Questions 1. What are some productive ways to manage social loafing? 2. How do you effectively counteract groupthink? 3. How does diversity enable or impede group brainstorming? 4. How does Graphic Facilitation draw out the best in people? http://counselingoneanother.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/questions.jpg References Schuman, S. (Ed.). (2005). The IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation: Best Practices From the Leading Organization in Facilitation. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Schwarz, R. M. (2017). The Skilled Facilitator. (3rd Edition), San Francisco, Jossey Bass.
Content Part I  Creating a Positive Participatory Climate – A Meaning-Centered Counseling Perspective   Paul T. P. Wong How to Build a Collaborative Environment   Chapter 11 Chapter 12 David Straus Contracting – Deciding Whether and How to Work with a Group  Chapter 13 - Roger Schwarz Chapter 11 Wong’s MeaningCentered Counseling (MCC) Creating a Positive Participatory Climate: Human needs for meaning and relationship. A Meaning-Centered Counseling Perspective Paul T. P. Wong Carl Rogers Viktor Franki Authentic Social Responsibility & Freedom of Will Neutrality Maslow & May The Will to Meaning Supportive environment Self-actualizing The Meaning of Life Acceptance, Affirmation, Caring, Openness, & Authenticity Creating A Positive Participatory Climate Facilitator should AVOID the following: • Saying the wrong thing at the wrong time • Saying nothing when intervention is needed • Saying the same thing repeatedly • Saying things that favor one subgroup or coalition • Saying things that are confusing and contradictory • Saying too much • Saying to little video https://youtu.be/4nEmoQTPz8E Key Steps ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ Build Rapport Explain the Facilitation Process Emphasize That the Process is Result Oriented Establish Ground Rules Clarify the Objectives and Goals Manage Meaning Systems Manage Group Dynamics Teach Some Basic Skills Provide Feedback Identify and Celebrate Progress Debrief Competencies needed to Create a Positive Participatory Climate Communication Skills Cognitive Skills Leadership Skills Maintaining Neutrality Managing a Positive Climate Meaning Management A Few Characteristics of Effective Group Facilitators Compassion and Caring Wise, Mature, and Have Good Judgement Growing and Self-actualizing Understanding Human Nature Supportive, Accepting, and Warm Towards Others Professional and Confident Enthusiastic, Engaging, and Inspiring Success is Measured by the positive impact the process has on the Individual members and the group as a whole Successful meaning-centered facilitation is transformation Chapter 12 How to Build a Collaborative Environment David Straus Conditions for Success Credibility ☺ Trust ☺ A good working relationship ☺ Experience Overcoming The Challenges of Systemic Change o Doing and Learning o Change must occur simultaneously o Change must be seen as a strategic response to some internal or external challenge o Dealing with the problem must be seen as crucial for growth o Leadership must model the values and behaviors of the new culture o Must have other organizational systems in place A Five-Pronged Approach to Building a Collaborative Environment 1. Link the Change to the Organization’s Mission and Strategy 2. Demonstrate the Power of Collaborative Action 3. Build the Collaborative Capability of the Workforce 4. Transfer Collaborative Capacity to the Organization 5. Measure and Monitor Progress Chapter 13 Contracting - Deciding Whether and How to Work with a Group Schwarz Why Contract? 1.Shows Commitment 2.Informed Choice 3.Gains Trust 5 Types of Clients Five Stages of Contracting Part II Evaluation of the Readings Wong’s Meaning-Centered Facilitator Wong’s discusses how the meaning-centered facilitator is interested in both the journey and the destination because no matter how smooth the process is, the group members will not achieve results if they don’t understand both the nature of the problem and what they really want to achieve. I like this concept I have a painting that says the journey is the destination and If you think about it this applies to life in general. David Straus 5 Pronged Approach David Straus 5 pronged approach to building a collaborative environment to me helps tie the facilitation process together. I like the idea that the group is doing and learning and feeding off of each other. Schwarz 5 Stage Process Schwarz goes into detail of the contract process, I did not realize there was so many things that must be done prior to the actual facilitation process. I really like how he breaks it down into a 5 stage process. Part III Contribution to the Field Wong’s Meaning-Centered Counseling Approach (MCC) The MCC approach will facilitate the problem- solving process because it helps to clarify the main issues and empowers the group to move forward. David Straus 5 Pronged Approach Straus 5 Pronged Approach contributes to the facilitation field because it describes how to build a collaborative environment which is essential to the facilitation process. Schwarz 5 Stage Process Schwarz 5 Stage Process contributes to the facilitation field because it describes in detail the contracting process, why it is important to facilitation and how it is actually part of the facilitation process. Part IV Questions?? 1. What do you think is the most important factor to consider when deciding whether or not to enter into a contract to facilitate a meeting? 2. What is a few things you would do in order to create a positive participatory climate? 3. Why do you think debriefing and evaluating after each session is important for the facilitation process? 4. In what situation would you cancel your facilitation contract prior to the end of the facilitation process? 5. Why do you think it is important to recognize the different types of clients? 6. What do you think about the phrase “The Journey is the Destination” as it applies to facilitation? Part V References Schuman, S. (Ed.). (2005). The IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation: Best Practices From the Leading Organization in Facilitation. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Schwarz, R. M. (2017). The Skilled Facilitator. (3rd Edition), San Francisco, Jossey Bass.

Tutor Answer

henryprofessor
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Attached.

Summary of themes in some chapters from the assigned text – Outline
I.

Chapter 14: Working with a partner.
A. Working with a Partner: Understanding the Pros and Cons of Partnering
B. Consideration for Partnering
C. Approaches for dividing and coordinating the labor

II.

Chapter 15: Serving in a facilitative role in your own organization.
A. How the Internal Facilitative Role is Shaped
B. Changing the Internal Facilitative Role from the Outside

III.

Chapter 16: Using virtual meetings

IV.

Chapter 19: The team start-up: A scripted approach for facilitating the start of an
effective work team.
A. Planning the start-up meeting.
B. Conducting the start-up meeting

V.

Chapter 20: The planning team process
A. Ten Principles and their Practice

VI.

Chapter 21: Facilitating communication in group decision-making discussions.
A. Cognitive constraints
B. Affiliative constraints
C. Egocentric constraints

VII.
VIII.
IX.

Evaluation of the Readings
Contribution to the Field
Questions


Name
Institution

Part 1: Content
❖ Chapter

14: Working with a partner.

❖ Chapter

15: Serving in a facilitative role in your own

organization.
❖ Chapter

16: Using virtual meetings

❖ Chapter

19: The team start-up: A scripted approach for

facilitating the start of an effective work team.
❖ Chapter

20: The planning team process

❖ Chapter

21: Facilitating communication in group

decision-making discussions.

Working with a Partner: Understanding the Pros and
Cons of Partnering
❖ The

effectiveness of partners in intervening in wide

range of situations is dependent on several factors
including the following:
❖ A shared

mindsets on the approaches for co-facilitation.

❖ A complementary
❖ Its

foci and styles that are compatible.

potential to generate learning and support the group.

❖ The

ability to recognize the strengths of the other and

focus on it during the facilitation of the group.

Consideration for Partnering


The potential of the partnership to reduce the level of stress or
issues that might arise from working with the group.



The potential of the proposed partner...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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