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  • 1. I Am, We Are: A “Share Session” on How to Stimulate a Culture of Learning in Your Organization Lenette Golding, CARE Lani Marquez, URC October 17, 2013
  • 2. What works to effectively transfer learning across teams? (Take a minute to reflect in silence)
  • 3. Impromptu Speed Networking Object of the activity: Gather and explore good ideas 1. When the bell rings, find a partner (someone you know less well will be more interesting) and have a conversation about the question. Write down the ideas that resonate with you. 2. When the bell rings again, find another partner and have a new conversation. Put a hand up if you are looking for a partner so you can see who else needs a partner. 3. When the bell rings continuously, stop and find a place to sit.
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  • 7. Techniques for facilitating sharing across groups Engaging Everyone with Liberating Structures • Remove tables in the room. That makes it easy to move chairs around in many different configurations • If you’re in a space where rows of chairs are stuck to the floor, invite people to stand up, turn around, and talk to the person in the row behind--make a group of three to have a conversation • SMALL tables are much better than big--4-5 people is ideal for deep conversation • Choose a room with natural light if at all possible • Use deliberate designs to structure the sharing and ensure it happens! 7
  • 8. The difference room design makes 8
  • 9. Good resources for facilitating sharing and learning across individuals and groups • “Engaging Everyone with Liberating Structures.” 2010. Group Jazz. Available at: http://www.groupjazz.com/documents/EngagingEveryone.pdf. • The Barefoot Guide 1: The Barefoot Guide to Working with Organisations and Social Change • The Barefoot Guide 2: The Barefoot Guide to Learning Practices in Organisations and Social Change • Both available at: http://www.barefootguide.org/ 9