This is a closed program for the leadership teams of the San Bernardino City Unified School District. This intensive training program provides participants with understandings about organizational systems, leadership, and skills to facilitate the most demanding, challenging and creative types of group interactions. A primary focus is on building high functioning teams.
February 15-16, 2018
March 15-16, 2018
April 19-20, 2018
May 17-18, 2018
Steve Zuieback is a management consultant and master facilitator with over 30 years of experience of working with global corporations, non-profits, community organizations and teams. Steve's special interests are in the areas Education and the Environment.
This is a closed session for San Bernardino City Unified School District employees. For more information about this session contact Sylvia Ross at SYLVIA.ROSS@sbcusd.k12.ca.us
Difficult Group Dynamics and Micro Skills
Is my team dysfunctional, or is it just me- Part 1: (Unformed and Formed Groups)
Is my team dysfunctional, or is it just me? Part 2 (Functionality Continuum)
Is my team dysfunctional, or is it just me? Part 3: (Working with Complexity)
Is my team dysfunctional, or is it just me? Part 4: (Selecting the right processes to work with complexity)
What to do when the leader of your team is the problem?
How to work with dysfunctional team dynamics.
Communication Perceptual Positions – 1st Position – It is all about Me! Video
Five Finger Model of Facilitation Video
The Importance of Outcomes Video
Models and Frameworks:
Balancing the "above and below the green line" - A story of actual practice. Video
Overemphasis on "below the green line" - are we going to eat or talk? Video
Overview of the 6 Circle Model - "below the green line" Video
Below the Green Line - Theory to Practice. Video
How to use the Ralph Stacey Model . Video
When to Chart as a Facilitator?
After Action Review: Video
What do you do when nobody will talk in a group - Crumple and Toss
Change and Transition Video
How to use the Process Enneagram as a dialogue process: Video
The Process Enneagram as a journey Map Video
The Process Enneagram as a conversation and planning process. Video
Examples of the Process Enneagram Questions:
How to use the Ladder of Inference Process: Video
4 Step Action Planning Process Video
The Decision Matrix Video
Totems, Taboos and Repetitive Interactions Video
What do you do when leadership feels it is being held hostage by the culture of the organization?
How do you build compassion within a group around difficult dynamics?
How to break that status quo mindset in a team?
How do you move a group from compliance to commitment?
Checking on Your Communication Assumptions
Discussion Method Process - PDF
Appreciative Inquiry Process - PDF
Workshop Method - ICA - PDF
Organizational Lifecycle by Tim Dalmau
Overcoming the Seven Sustainability Blunders by Bob Doppelt
Diagnosis: From Theory to Practice by Steve Zuieback
Strategic Enneagram Templates - PDF
Mental Models Process - PDF
Inventories and Surveys
Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
Organizational Lifecycle Inventory by Tim Dalmau and Bob Dick
Systems Sustainability Survey Based on the Process Enneagram by Steve Zuieback and Tim Dalmau
Dalmau-Zuieback Leadership Team Assessment
Dalmau-Zuieback Leader Assessment
Zuieback-Dalmau Sustainability Inventory
Simple Enneagram Sequence
October 5, 2017 - March 2, 2018 (Open to the Public)
This is a 7-day development program held in Ukiah, California.
February 15- May 18, 2018 (Closed to the Public)
8-day Leadership Development and Facilitation Skills training program sponsored by San Bernardino City Unified School District.
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Diagnosis: From Theory to Practice
March 2016: Diagnosis- From Theory to Practice
Simple Sequence for the Process Enneagram
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