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Diploma Workshop by Mind Map: Diploma Workshop

1. Bienvenido y Introdución

1.1. Details

1.1.1. Facilitator: Grifen

1.1.2. Time: 90 minutes

1.2. Welcome (10mins)

1.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

1.2.2. Outline purpose and programme for this session

1.2.3. Purpose

1.2.3.1. To set the context for the weekend

1.2.4. Objectives

1.2.4.1. To create a safe space for participation and get to know each other

1.2.4.2. To get clear on the purpose of the weekend

1.2.4.3. To develop culture

1.3. Check in (10mins)

1.3.1. share name, where from, contribution, expect to get

1.3.2. Explain process

1.3.2.1. the purpose to measure the mood of group and share a little

1.3.2.2. one by one, full attention, timekeeper keeps time

1.3.2.3. encourage shy ones

1.3.2.4. summarize

1.4. Group Purpose (30mins)

1.4.1. Overview purpose of the step (3 mins)

1.4.1.1. To align on a group purpose

1.4.1.2. sets our direction

1.4.1.2.1. conscious intention

1.4.1.3. common ground to stand in

1.4.2. Small groups (5 mins)

1.4.2.1. find sentence or phrase that expresses the purpose

1.4.2.2. write it on the board

1.4.3. Whole group conversation (5-15mins)

1.4.3.1. extend thinking beyond own ideas

1.4.3.2. work together to align without sense of compromise

1.4.3.3. create a single purpose using ideas

1.4.3.4. look for alignment, or brainwave

1.4.4. Write it up (5mins)

1.4.4.1. write it up,

1.4.4.2. check for alignment

1.4.4.3. celebrate

1.5. Dynamic (5mins)

1.5.1. Overview rules

1.5.1.1. explain characters

1.5.1.1.1. wiz beats giant

1.5.1.1.2. giant beats gnome

1.5.1.1.3. gnome beats wizard

1.5.1.2. 2 teams

1.6. Group Culture (30mins)

1.6.1. Overview purpose and process

1.6.1.1. culture is the container that we stand in

1.6.1.2. how are we going to work together to achieve purpose

1.6.1.3. cant be assumed

1.6.1.4. choose the qualities that are important to us

1.6.1.5. empowering, not prescriptive

1.6.1.6. dynamic

1.6.2. Discuss in pairs (3mins)

1.6.2.1. what important for you to fully participate in group

1.6.3. Invite to write it up or tick exitsing statement

1.6.4. check for clarification and alignment

1.6.4.1. ask what not expressed

1.6.4.2. less is more

1.6.5. Place it prominently

1.6.6. ask group to live it

1.7. Closing

1.7.1. Share Learnings

1.7.2. Popcorn

1.7.2.1. no order, one by one, listening, speak once

1.7.2.2. facilitator summarise

2. Big Picture

2.1. Details

2.1.1. Time: 90 mins

2.1.2. Facilitator: Javiera

2.1.3. Purpose

2.1.3.1. To put in context the need for transition processes - what is transition

2.1.4. Objectives

2.1.4.1. Explain the history and concept of transition initiatives

2.1.4.2. Make them create a transition process- case study

2.1.4.3. Open discussion about the 12 steps

2.2. Welcome (5mins)

2.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

2.2.2. Outline purpose and programme for this session

2.3. Big Picture (30mins)

2.4. Think & Listen (15mins)

2.4.1. Outline Purpose and rules of T&L

2.4.1.1. To do think and listen

2.4.1.2. To deepen understanding of transition

2.4.2. Why is a learning community in transition important in these times?

2.5. Stretching (5mins)

2.6. Transition Background (20mins)

2.6.1. Details

2.6.1.1. History and Concept

2.6.1.2. Untitled

2.7. Closing (5mins)

2.7.1. structured round - what did you learn? 12*30second

3. Transición

3.1. Details

3.1.1. Time: 90 mins

3.1.2. Facilitator: Javiera

3.1.3. Purpose

3.1.3.1. To put in context the need for transition processes - what is transition

3.1.4. Objectives

3.1.4.1. Explain the history and concept of transition initiatives

3.1.4.2. Make them create a transition process- case study

3.1.4.3. Open discussion about the 12 steps

3.2. Welcome (5mins)

3.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

3.2.2. Outline purpose and programme for this session

3.3. Group - how do transition? (25mins)

3.3.1. study case (15 min) into the break

3.3.2. presentation back (10 min) after break

3.4. Groups Report Back (25mins)

3.5. Break Stretch

3.6. 12 Steps (25mins)

3.6.1. open discussion

3.7. Review Discussion (10mins)

3.7.1. Brainstorm comments

4. Action Learning

4.1. Details

4.1.1. Time: 90 mins

4.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

4.1.3. Purpose

4.1.3.1. To understand Action Learning methodology

4.1.4. Objectives

4.1.4.1. To understand why AL?

4.1.4.2. To get some history

4.1.4.3. To really understand the process

4.2. Opening (10mins)

4.2.1. Points

4.2.1.1. Education is the key to transition

4.2.1.1.1. new pedagogy

4.2.1.2. Action Learning is core to regenerative studies

4.2.1.2.1. action

4.2.1.2.2. learning

4.2.1.2.3. change

4.3. Unstructured Round (10mins)

4.3.1. Reviewing

4.3.2. How do you learn from experience?

4.4. Explain (30mins)

4.4.1. I have been learning and want to model Action Learning for you

4.4.1.1. sharing my story of teaching action learning

4.4.1.2. review the last year

4.4.1.2.1. what went well

4.4.1.2.2. what was challenging

4.4.2. So I started thinking about how I wanted the workshops to be

4.4.2.1. experiential

4.4.2.2. dynamic and interesting

4.4.2.3. generate video, photos and notes

4.4.3. Planning

4.4.3.1. purpose and objectives

4.4.3.2. process

4.4.3.2.1. intro

4.4.3.2.2. checkin

4.4.3.2.3. brainstorm REVIEW what now know

4.4.3.2.4. my THINK and PLANNING

4.4.3.2.5. a dynamic

4.4.3.2.6. Untitled

4.4.3.2.7. show al and related models

4.4.3.2.8. REVIEW

4.4.3.2.9. SPECIFY

4.5. Dynamic (5mins) ´´Wearing Blue´´

4.6. Slideshow (30mins)

4.6.1. Doing

4.7. Closing (10mins)

4.7.1. Reviewing

4.7.1.1. Went well?

4.7.1.2. Could be improved?

5. Effective Meetings

5.1. Details

5.1.1. Facilitator: Grifen

5.1.2. Time: 90 minutes

5.1.3. Purpose

5.1.3.1. To explore tools for facilitating better meetings

5.1.4. Objectives

5.1.4.1. Understand 12 principles of good meetings

5.1.4.2. Understand 8 tools

5.2. Intro(5mins)

5.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

5.2.2. Identify timekeeper and scribes

5.2.3. Outline purpose and programme for this session

5.2.4. Main Points

5.2.4.1. Meetings and events significant activities of any organisation

5.2.4.1.1. often unsatisfactory

5.2.4.1.2. absorbing large amounts of time and resource

5.2.4.1.3. with little positive output.

5.2.4.2. Meetings don't run themselves

5.2.4.2.1. thoughtful planning

5.2.4.2.2. consistent culture of meetings

5.2.4.3. meetings and events can be greatly improved

5.2.4.3.1. By carefully planning the structure in advance

5.2.4.3.2. by the use of simple methods

5.2.4.3.3. possible to achieve more, enjoy more

5.3. Check In (5mins)

5.3.1. Details

5.3.2. How you feeling?

5.3.3. Each shares personal experience about meetings as participant or as facilitator

5.4. Brainstorm (10mins)

5.4.1. Explain the brainstorm tool

5.4.1.1. Reason

5.4.1.1.1. generate many ideas quickly, encourage flexible thinking

5.4.1.2. Guides

5.4.1.2.1. Specify time period say 10 mins

5.4.1.2.2. Choose issue, invite responses without thinking too much

5.4.1.2.3. Encourage sparking off each other

5.4.1.2.4. No evaluation of comments

5.4.1.2.5. Variation - write own ideas up, or solution storming to problem or conflict

5.4.2. What elements are needed for effective meetings?

5.5. Principles

5.5.1. Clear purpose!!!!!!!

5.5.1.1. ensured that the meeting has purpose. If the meeting has no clear purpose, don't have it

5.5.2. Agenda

5.5.2.1. easy to understand agenda format.

5.5.2.2. previously understood & established,

5.5.2.3. They take the agenda seriously, but not too seriously

5.5.3. Multi Management

5.5.3.1. facilitator often does a lot of work

5.5.3.2. get 2 or 3 people

5.5.3.2.1. facilitator

5.5.3.2.2. scrbie

5.5.3.2.3. time

5.5.4. Rotate Roles

5.5.4.1. share the load

5.5.4.2. especillay for skill develop

5.5.5. Minutes and other Stuf

5.5.5.1. minutes an onerous task

5.5.5.1.1. robs enjoyment

5.5.5.2. if need to record make own notes

5.5.5.3. use minutes in formal meetings

5.5.5.3.1. quorum

5.5.5.3.2. last meeting minutes etc

5.5.5.4. avoid culture that relies on minutes

5.5.5.5. note list of decisions and next achievable steps

5.5.5.5.1. action items delegated

5.5.5.6. rotate the scribe

5.5.6. Self Contained

5.5.6.1. too many meetings

5.5.6.1.1. hard to find time to do them and enjoy

5.5.6.2. make meetings contained...no loose ends

5.5.6.2.1. review

5.5.6.2.2. set agenda for next

5.5.6.2.3. dates and venue

5.5.6.2.4. define roles for the next

5.5.7. Next Steps

5.5.7.1. people often recommend actions for others

5.5.7.2. take responsibility

5.5.7.2.1. this is what i can do

5.5.7.3. give time to generate next steps

5.5.7.3.1. in own sphere of influence

5.5.7.4. I statements

5.5.8. Time to Think

5.5.8.1. conventional meetings no time to think

5.5.8.1.1. bad decisions

5.5.8.1.2. thinking in the air

5.5.8.1.3. some don't contribute

5.5.8.2. give people time to think

5.5.8.2.1. think & listen

5.5.9. Equal Opportunities

5.5.9.1. some people take the spotlight

5.5.9.1.1. over confident

5.5.9.2. establish a culture of equal opportunity

5.5.9.3. go rounds

5.5.10. Interruption Free

5.5.10.1. people always seem to interrupt

5.5.10.2. enact a system where no one speaks twice

5.5.10.3. encourage deep listening

5.5.11. Owning your Statements

5.5.11.1. often people speak in third person...hiding behind

5.5.11.2. make i statements

5.5.11.2.1. discuss then comes from own experiences

5.5.12. Prep & Debrief

5.5.12.1. three person team to meet before and after

5.5.12.2. debrief

5.5.12.2.1. prepare

5.5.12.2.2. feedback

5.5.13. On Spot Redesign

5.5.13.1. prioritising

5.5.13.2. Conflict

5.5.13.3. Witholding

5.5.13.4. easier to do with open agenda

5.5.13.5. facilitator sees the need

5.5.13.5.1. proposes change

5.5.13.5.2. asks for suggestions

5.5.13.5.3. offers a process

5.5.14. Feedback

5.5.14.1. for the facilitator

5.5.14.2. for the group

5.5.14.3. what went well

5.5.14.4. what do different

5.6. Tools

5.6.1. Open Agendas

5.6.1.1. draw map with proposed agenda items

5.6.1.2. categorise

5.6.1.2.1. short 5 min

5.6.1.2.2. med 10 mins

5.6.1.2.3. long 20 mins

5.6.1.3. rough timescale for each

5.6.1.3.1. divide time available

5.6.1.4. decide order, short first

5.6.1.5. team draw attention to the plan

5.6.1.5.1. whole group adjusts time

5.6.2. Think & Listen

5.6.2.1. 2 to 5 minutes

5.6.2.2. in pairs

5.6.2.3. on topic

5.6.2.4. reverse roles

5.6.2.5. fac keeps time

5.6.2.5.1. give time to define roles and to change

5.6.2.5.2. half time call

5.6.2.5.3. ending call

5.6.2.6. good for explore ideas, comments, options, before or after

5.6.3. Go Rounds

5.6.3.1. Types

5.6.3.1.1. Structured

5.6.3.1.2. Unstructured

5.6.3.2. Process

5.6.3.2.1. everyone speaks short

5.6.3.2.2. facilitator gives topic

5.6.3.2.3. Gives everyone an opportunity to speak

5.6.3.2.4. encourage sharing

5.6.3.2.5. back bone of starts and finishes

5.6.3.2.6. 30 mins max, or longer for in depth

5.6.4. Check Ins

5.6.4.1. how you doing?

5.6.4.1.1. need break?

5.6.4.2. gives facilt feedback

5.6.5. Beginning & Endings

5.6.5.1. introductions

5.6.5.1.1. new people

5.6.5.2. go round

5.6.5.2.1. name

5.6.5.2.2. one thing

5.6.5.3. endings

5.6.5.3.1. what good

5.6.5.3.2. what different

5.6.6. No One Speaks Twice

5.6.6.1. open discussions not always useful

5.6.6.2. open the discussion

5.6.6.2.1. propose no one speaks twice

5.6.6.3. timekeeper to note who speaks

5.6.7. Mind Maps

5.6.7.1. a skill to summarise sentences

5.6.7.2. visual presentation

5.6.8. Visible Agenda

5.6.8.1. make sure all can see it

5.7. Closing

5.7.1. unstructured round

5.7.1.1. did we meet the objectives?

5.7.2. structured round

5.7.2.1. what was key learning for everyone?

5.7.2.1.1. oriana

5.7.2.1.2. juan carlo

5.7.2.1.3. Begonia

5.7.2.1.4. Ragnar

5.7.2.1.5. Rosario

5.7.2.1.6. Cata

5.7.2.1.7. Claud

5.7.2.1.8. Caro

5.7.2.1.9. herty

5.7.2.1.10. Emanule

5.7.2.1.11. josephina

5.7.3. invite to share what will close this session for you

5.7.4. Tarea nuevo

6. Diploma Design

6.1. Details

6.1.1. Time: 90 mins

6.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

6.1.3. Purpose

6.1.4. Objectives

6.2. Opening (10mins)

6.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

6.2.2. Remind group of purpose of the weekend

6.2.2.1. To develop skills

6.2.2.2. To understand Diploma

6.2.2.3. To Understand GU pathways

6.2.3. Outline purpose and programme for this session

6.3. Check in / Brainstorm / Round etc (10mins)

6.3.1. Structured round, intro self and share experience of education

6.4. Slideshow (25mins)

6.5. Dynamic Break (5mins)

6.6. Second Half (30mins)

6.6.1. AL Guild

6.6.2. PA

6.6.3. Explain Special Adv

6.6.4. Explain Reports

6.6.5. Questions

6.7. Getting Complete (10mins)

7. Project Management

7.1. Details

7.1.1. Time: 90 mins

7.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

7.2. Welcome (10mins)

7.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

7.2.2. Successful project management is an art and a science that takes practice.

7.2.3. Why Project Management?

7.2.3.1. Think like professor

7.2.3.2. key skill in transition

7.2.3.3. managing action

7.2.3.3.1. delegation

7.2.3.3.2. teams and groups

7.2.4. Purpose

7.2.4.1. To learn some basic tools for managing projects

7.2.5. Objectives

7.2.5.1. To know action planning process mixed with tevep

7.2.5.2. To know GTD

7.2.5.3. To understand project specification

7.3. Structured round, intro self and share experience of education

7.4. Four Aspects of Projects (10mins)

7.4.1. Scope

7.4.1.1. Main Points

7.4.1.1.1. First and foremost you have to manage the project scope

7.4.1.1.2. When you have the project scope clearly identified and associated to the timeline and budget, you can begin to manage the project resources

7.4.1.1.3. Don't allow the project scope to "creep" upward without getting budget and/or schedule adjustments to match.

7.4.1.2. Elements

7.4.1.2.1. Project size, goals, requirements

7.4.1.2.2. Is a definition of what the project is supposed to accomplish - objectives

7.4.1.2.3. and the budget (of time and money

7.4.1.3. Process

7.4.1.4. http://management.about.com/cs/projectmanagement/a/PM101.htm

7.4.2. Timeline

7.4.2.1. Main Points

7.4.2.1.1. Time management is critical in successful project management.

7.4.2.1.2. good chance of staying within their project budget

7.4.2.1.3. Task durations, dependencies, critical path

7.4.2.2. Elements

7.4.2.2.1. Tasks

7.4.2.2.2. Schedule

7.4.2.2.3. Critical Path

7.4.2.3. Process

7.4.2.3.1. Build the project schedule by listing, in order, all the tasks that need to be completed.

7.4.2.3.2. Assign a duration to each task.

7.4.2.3.3. Allocate the required resources.

7.4.2.3.4. Determine predecessors (what tasks must be completed before)

7.4.2.3.5. and successors (tasks that can't start until after) each task.

7.4.2.4. http://management.about.com/cs/projectmanagement/a/PM101c.htm

7.4.3. Resources

7.4.3.1. Main Points

7.4.3.1.1. This includes the labor hours of the sub pilots

7.4.3.1.2. right people, with the right skills and the proper tools, in the right quantity at the right time

7.4.3.2. Elements

7.4.3.2.1. People

7.4.3.2.2. Material

7.4.3.3. http://management.about.com/cs/projectmanagement/a/PM101b.htm

7.4.4. Budget

7.4.4.1. Main Points

7.4.4.1.1. The project manager's job is to

7.4.4.1.2. To maximize your chances of meeting your project budget, meet your project schedule

7.4.4.2. Elements

7.4.4.2.1. Costs

7.4.4.2.2. Contingencies

7.4.4.2.3. Profit

7.4.4.3. http://management.about.com/cs/projectmanagement/a/PM101d.htm

7.5. Project Specification (10mins)

7.5.1. * how much?

7.5.2. * where?

7.5.3. * how many?

7.5.4. * who?

7.5.5. * how?

7.5.6. * when?

7.5.7. * what?

7.5.8. * why?

7.6. Action Planning (10mins)

7.6.1. Vision

7.6.1.1. forecast line, speak your vision, all speak, record

7.6.1.2. summarise our vision into a statement

7.6.1.3. What is the project

7.6.2. SWOT

7.6.2.1. Strenghts

7.6.2.2. weaknesses

7.6.2.3. opporftunit

7.6.2.4. challenges

7.6.3. Comittment

7.6.3.1. what does reality reveal about the vision?

7.6.3.2. make a statement to summarize the commitment

7.6.4. Objectives

7.6.4.1. Brainstorm

7.6.4.2. Organise together

7.6.4.3. name each cluster

7.6.4.4. SMART

7.6.4.4.1. Specific - objective is concrete, detailed, focusedemphasizes action and the required outcome

7.6.4.4.2. Measurable – You should be able to measure whether you are meeting the objectives or not.

7.6.4.4.3. Achievable - Are the objectives you set, achievable and attainable?

7.6.4.4.4. Realistic – Can you realistically achieve the objectives with the resources you have?

7.6.4.4.5. Time – When do you want to achieve the set objectives?

7.6.5. Self Select

7.6.5.1. Victory

7.6.5.1.1. State how you will be when event complete

7.6.5.2. Ongoing Tasks

7.6.5.2.1. Specific – Objectives should specify what they want to achieve.

7.6.5.2.2. Brainstorm all ongoing tasks / events

7.6.5.3. Time line sequence of steps in timeline

7.6.5.3.1. * HOW am I going to do this?

7.6.5.3.2. * WHO is going to do what? Who else need to be involved?

7.6.5.3.3. * WHEN do I want this to be completed?

7.6.5.4. Identify a Launch Activity

7.6.5.5. Give it a name

7.6.5.6. Team Roles

7.6.5.6.1. Pilot

7.6.5.6.2. Clarify Roles

7.6.5.7. Report back to group

7.6.5.8. Look for overlap in tasks

7.6.6. Resources & Costs

7.7. GTD

7.7.1. INBOX

7.7.1.1. what is it?

7.7.1.2. Is it actionable?

7.7.1.2.1. No

7.7.1.2.2. Yes

7.8. Task Lists

7.8.1. explain importance of task lists

7.8.2. explain key elements

7.8.2.1. What

7.8.2.1.1. clear task

7.8.2.2. Who

7.8.2.2.1. pilot

7.8.2.2.2. catette

7.8.2.3. When

7.8.2.3.1. report fecha

7.8.2.3.2. completion date

7.9. MAP

7.10. Facilitator Feedback

7.10.1. an opportunity to give facil feedback

7.10.1.1. reflection

7.10.1.2. self assessment

7.10.1.3. peer assessment

7.10.2. define a time keeper and recorder

7.10.3. participants don't repeat feedback

7.10.3.1. focus on whats missing

7.10.3.2. present feedback as an opportunity, not threat

7.10.4. facilitator receive as a gift, define one as a gem for learning.

7.10.5. two minutes facilitator

7.10.5.1. what did i do well?

7.10.5.2. what i could have done better?

7.10.6. 2 minutes students

7.10.6.1. acknowledgements of facilitator

7.10.6.2. my constructive criticism is...

7.10.6.3. my acknowledgement to you is...

7.10.7. short comments, no stories, justification or comments.

8. Project Design I

8.1. Details

8.1.1. Time: 90 mins

8.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

8.1.3. Purpose

8.1.3.1. To define our projects in specification

8.1.4. Objectives

8.1.4.1. To prodiuce an image mind map of our projects

8.1.4.2. To presengt back to the team

8.2. Opening (5mins)

8.2.1. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

8.2.2. Outline purpose and programme for this session

8.3. Check in (5mins)

8.3.1. Everybody gets it?

8.4. Individual Work (75mins)

8.4.1. image that sums it up

8.4.2. define the project specification

8.5. Closing (5mins)

9. Gaia Design

9.1. Details

9.1.1. Time: 90 mins

9.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

9.1.3. Purpose

9.1.3.1. To

9.1.4. Objectives

9.1.4.1. To

9.1.4.2. To

9.1.4.3. To

9.2. Opening (10mins)

9.2.1. Details

9.2.1.1. 10 minutes

9.2.1.2. Grifen

9.2.2. Welcome everyone to the session, my background and something personal

9.2.3. Remind group of purpose of the weekend

9.2.3.1. To develop skills

9.2.3.2. To understand Diploma

9.2.3.3. To Understand GU pathways

9.2.4. Outline purpose and programme for this session

9.3. Check in / Brainstorm / Round etc (10mins)

9.3.1. Structured round, intro self and share experience of education

9.4. First Half

9.5. Dynamic Break

9.6. Second Half

9.7. Closing

10. Open Space

10.1. Details

10.1.1. Time: 90 mins

10.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

10.1.3. Purpose

10.1.3.1. To learn Open Space technique for participatory meetings

10.1.4. Objectives

10.1.4.1. To introduce various other techniques for your information

10.1.4.2. To understand why participatory processes

10.2. Welcome (5mins)

10.2.1. Someone is ringing a small set of bells

10.2.1.1. standing with a person who nearly everyone in the room knows

10.2.1.2. welcomes everyone, very brief about why we've all come, introduces the bell ringer as the meeting facilitator

10.3. posters that are scattered around the room

10.4. Facil Intro (10min)

10.4.1. Outline Various Processes

10.4.1.1. Open Space

10.4.1.2. World Cafe

10.4.1.3. Appreciative Inquiry

10.4.1.4. Future Search

10.4.2. Overview Invitation

10.4.2.1. simple, clear, broad and open invitation

10.4.2.2. theme or purpose open, broad, and demands a creative, collective response

10.4.2.3. what's working, what's possible in some area of importance. to co-create our world

10.4.2.4. well in advance of the gathering date(s)

10.4.2.5. Sent to diverse stakeholders

10.4.3. Overview the Theme

10.4.3.1. Restated and briefly explained, perhaps a short story

10.4.4. large, suspiciously empty wall

10.4.4.1. is our agenda

10.4.4.1.1. giant empty space, but reassures us that it will, within the hour, be filled with discussion topics related to the theme

10.4.4.1.2. all of these breakout session topics will be proposed by us

10.4.5. explain logistics

10.4.5.1. (from a pre-arranged set of space/time choices)

10.4.5.2. Four Principles

10.4.5.2.1. Whoever comes is the right people

10.4.5.2.2. Whenever it starts is the right time

10.4.5.2.3. Whatever happens is the only thing that could have

10.4.5.2.4. When it's over, it's over

10.4.5.3. The Law of Two Feet

10.4.5.4. Roles

10.4.5.4.1. bumblebees who buzz

10.4.5.4.2. butterflies to float

10.4.5.5. Write Item

10.4.5.5.1. "My name is _____, my issue is ______,"

10.4.5.5.2. read their issue(s) out loud

10.5. Agenda Setting (25 mins)

10.5.1. Anyone who's ready write burning question, issue, idea

10.5.2. tape their sheet to the wall and assign it a place and a time

10.6. Explain Next Steps (5mins)

10.6.1. whole group moves to the wall and signs up for the sessions they want to attend.

10.6.2. convener responsible for record main points and conclusions

10.6.3. If the work isn't finished, it continues or a sequel is scheduled

10.7. Minutes later, the first sessions start (40mins)

10.7.1. defined and explore important issues

10.7.2. new ideas, resources and people

10.7.3. Documentation}

10.7.4. strategic themes, priorities, action steps

10.7.5. distributed action to group of people

10.7.6. empowered to tell story of evengt

10.7.7. seeded new invitations

10.8. In the closing circle (5mins)

10.8.1. Report on the session

11. PoDAPO

11.1. Details

11.1.1. Time: 90 mins

11.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

11.1.3. Purpose

11.1.3.1. To

11.1.4. Objectives

11.1.4.1. To

11.1.4.2. To

11.1.4.3. To

11.2. Welcome (10mins)

11.2.1. Outline purpose and programme for this session

11.3. Check in / Brainstorm / Round etc (10mins)

11.4. Review PoDAPO stepo by step

11.5. Dynamic Break

11.6. Review Career Review Format review together

11.7. Closing

11.7.1. What went well?

11.7.2. What could be improved

12. Presentations

12.1. Details

12.1.1. Time: 90 mins

12.1.2. Facilitator: Grifen

12.1.3. Purpose

12.1.3.1. To give the opportunity for feedback on projects

12.2. Opening (4mins)

12.2.1. Ovierview process

12.3. Check in (4mins)

12.3.1. Structured round, intro self and share experience of education

12.4. Presentations Half (35mins)

12.5. Dynamic Break (2mins)

12.6. Presentations Half (35mins)

12.7. Closing (10mins)

12.7.1. Structured round, id main learnings

12.7.2. Loose end for completion