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Death by Power Point

2012 QualityNet Master Class presentation.
by

Lisa Wynn

on 26 May 2013

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Transcript of Death by Power Point

Breathing new life into your meetings Death by Power Point What would a sucessful
Meeting look like? What we'll cover ...
Prominent learning theorists
Innovative hosting models
Facilitation and harvesting concepts
Using powerful questions to drive learning and action How Communities Learn Thought Leaders:
Meg Wheatley and Berkana Institute
Nancy Dixon and Common Knowledge
Art of Hosting
Peter Senge and SOL
Chris Corrigan
Etienne Wenger & Digital Habitats Hosting Models
Chaordic Stepping Stones
Appreciative Inquiry
World Cafe
Open Space Appreciative Inquiry Open Space Technology Facilitation! Conversation Architect Five phases of harvesting
Preparing the field
Planning the harvest
Picking the fruits
Preparing and processing the fruits
Planning the next harvest Harvesting “Human knowing is
fundamentally a social act.”
Etienne Wenger “We learn when we talk.” Nancy Dixon IN CLOSING ...
What have you have learned today that you will go home and dig deeper into?
What have you learned today that you plan to implement or put into action in some way?
What changes do you anticipate at your next meeting as a result of implementing something new you have learned today?
What powerful question might you ask at one of your next LAN meetings? Invitation to be ...
Open to consider new approaches to hosting meetings
Willing to participate and contribute during interactive opportunities
Thinking deeply about powerful questions you might ask
Ready to leave in action, applying some of what you learned today "If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than 5 minutes."
Albert Einstein Some Powerful Questions ...
What might take us to the next level of inquiry?
What did you notice?
What gave sense and meaning to you?
What triggered you?
What question, if answered, would shift us to the next level?
What questions are we not asking ourselves about <fill in the blank>? "Hosting is an emerging set of practices for facilitating group conversations of all sizes, supported by principles that: maximize collective intelligence; welcome and listen to diverse viewpoints; maximize participation and civility; and transform conflict into creative cooperation.”
Art of Hosting Four Principles
1. Whoever comes is the right people
2. Whatever happens is the only thing that could have
3. Whenever it starts is the right time
4. When it’s over, it’s over

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