Vancouver Public Schools

Workshop Particpant Page:

This page contains special files and links for the participants of the Vancouver Public Schools  2014-2015 Training.

Links from Module 1: October 28-29, 2015

After Action Review: This video provides some context and background information on how to use the After Action Review Process.

The Five Finger Model: This video provides and overview of the micro skills that are covered in the trainng program. Many of these skills were originally codified by Michael Grinder. 

Below the Green Line: This is a core model of the program. I am providing you with a link to a page in my Free Resources section of my website that talks about this model and provides a few more video links.

Leadership Map of Effectiveness. This is an article by Michael Grinder and Steve Zuieback that summarizes the materials we covered in Module 2 and 3 on group functionality and complexity.

Understanding the importance of Rational and Experiential Outcomes: Rational outcomes are things you can check of "to do lists" - Experiential Outcomes are connected to the kinds of experiences and emotions you which groups to have as they go through the rational work.

Communication Perceptual Positions – 1st Position – It is all about Me! This short video is the best description of 1st Perceptual Position.

 How to use the Ladder of Inference Process: The Ladder of Inference Process is the best way to get at the 3rd Alternative Solution described by Stephen Covey. The Ladder was originally developed by Chris Argyris and Donal Schon.

 How to use the Ralph Stacey Model – How do I know what to do and when to do it as a leader? This is a simple and practical model and tool for a team to identify straightforward, complex and chaotic issues.

When should a facilitator chart and when not to chart a group conversation? We chart way too much. This article provides some simple tips on when to chart.

 

Module 2: January 6 & 7, 2016

Documents from Module 2:

Enneagram for Teacher and Student Support

This file contains the 2 areas of focus we identified as key areas of focus for our work in upcoming modules.

tified for further work as learning vehicles for new processesExamples of the Process Enneagram Questions: This pdf file provides a range of sample questions for the Process Enneagram based on various contexts.

How to use the Ladder of Inference Process: The Ladder of Inference was developed by Chris Argyris and Donal Schon and is a wonderful process for creating what Stephen Covey described as the 3rd Alternative.

How to use the Process Enneagram as a dialogue process: This provides and overview of the Process Enneagram Process.

 

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