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What a teacher librarian or other facilitator should consider when beginning collaboration teams/projects....

What a teacher librarian or other facilitator should consider when beginning collaboration teams/projects.
Knowing who you are collaborating is the key point made for making collaboration work.

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  • 1. The Learning Leader as Collaborator and Facilitator
  • 2. The following slides are adapted from Nicholas Boothman’s How To Make Someone Love You In 90 Minutes Or Less! The Collaborator
  • 3. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER
  • 4. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER More Rational than Emotional More Emotional than Rational Socially More Outgoing Socially More Reserved
  • 5. ANALYST Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability
  • 6. ANALYST CONTROLLER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision
  • 7. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change
  • 8. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change Enthusiastic Persuasive & entertaining Spontaneous & friendly Impatient Dislikes filling in forms
  • 9. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER Perfectionist Neat and organized Detail & fact oriented Likes to plan ahead Dislikes unpredictability Enterprising Direct and self-assured Action oriented Restless Dislikes indecision Reliable & good listener Sympathetic & loyal Hides deep emotions Modest & patient Dislikes sudden change Enthusiastic Persuasive & entertaining Spontaneous & friendly Impatient Dislikes filling in forms Which one(s) are you?
  • 10. ANALYST
    • Responds well to being right
    • Reacts badly to being wrong
  • 11. ANALYST CONTROLLER
    • Responds well to being right
    • Reacts badly to being wrong
    • Responds well to getting results
    • Reacts badly to losing control
  • 12. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER
    • Responds well to being right
    • Reacts badly to being wrong
    • Responds well to getting results
    • Reacts badly to losing control
    • Responds well to acceptance
    • Reacts badly to rejection
  • 13. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER
    • Responds well to being right
    • Reacts badly to being wrong
    • Responds well to getting results
    • Reacts badly to losing control
    • Responds well to acceptance
    • Reacts badly to rejection
    • Responds well to admiration
    • Reacts badly to disapproval
  • 14. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER
    • Responds well to being right
    • Reacts badly to being wrong
    • Responds well to getting results
    • Reacts badly to losing control
    • Responds well to acceptance
    • Reacts badly to rejection
    • Responds well to admiration
    • Reacts badly to disapproval
    Which one(s) are you?
  • 15. ANALYST KEY FEELING Intelligent
  • 16. ANALYST CONTROLLER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful
  • 17. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful KEY FEELING Valued
  • 18. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful KEY FEELING Valued KEY FEELING Important
  • 19. ANALYST CONTROLLER SUPPORTER PROMOTER KEY FEELING Intelligent KEY FEELING Powerful KEY FEELING Valued KEY FEELING Important Which one(s) are you?
  • 20. Nicholas Boothman The secret to collaboration/love is the principal of mutual opposites Two simple rules for meeting people: 1. Entertain once a week. 2. Accept all invitations.
  • 21. The Facilitator As demonstrated from diverse sources in workshops with TDSB teacher-librarians
  • 22. The Facilitator Defined "One who contributes structure and process to interactions so groups are able to function effectively and make high-quality decisions. A helper and enabler whose goal is to support others as they achieve exceptional performance" Ingrid Bens Ingrid Bens (Author); Facilitating Wtih Ease!: A Step-by-Step Guidebook with Customizable Worksheets on CD-ROM , Jossey-Bass, (2000)
  • 23. The Facilitator’s Job "The facilitator's job is to support everyone to do their best thinking. To do this, the facilitator encourages full participation, promotes mutual understanding and cultivates shared responsibility [so that] group members search for inclusive solutions and build sustainable agreements." Sam Kaner Sam Kaner with Lenny Lind, Catherine Toldi, Sarah Fisk and Duane Berger (Authors); Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision-Making, Jossey-Bass; 2007)
  • 24. Facilitator – DOs
    • develop the purpose , scope , ground rules and deliverables of the meeting or workshop
    • come prepared with a variety of group facilitation and dialogue tools to employ in difficult moments
    • set up a safe environment where members feel comfortable contributing ideas
    • guide the group through processes designed to help them listen to each other and create solutions together
    “ Facilitator” in Wikipedia. Oct. 10, 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facilitator#_note-0
  • 25. Facilitator – DOs
    • Use active listening and guiding strategies including:
      • asking open-ended questions that stimulate thinking
      • tentatively paraphrasing and summarizing
      • repeating verbatim individual contributions to confirm group understanding
      • recording current issues and agreements reached in large script on the wall
    “ Facilitator” in Wikipedia. Oct. 10, 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facilitator#_note-0
  • 26. Facilitator – DOs
    • ensure the group doesn't settle for the first thing that they can agree on because they find it painful to go on disagreeing with each other
    • offer opportunities for less forceful members to contribute
    • ensure that actions agreed by the group to carry out its decisions are written up in a large script on the wall for all to see and are assigned to individuals
    • evaluate the performance of the meeting to assist in continuous improvement.
    “ Facilitator” in Wikipedia. Oct. 10, 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facilitator#_note-0
  • 27. Facilitator – DON’Ts
    • back a b opinion voiced in the group
    • offer their own opinions
    • let the group unconsciously shy away from a difficult area
    • lead the group towards what he/she thinks is the right direction
    • overplay or underplay his/her personal experience
    “ Facilitator” in Wikipedia. Oct. 10, 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facilitator#_note-0
  • 28. Facilitator as Leader
    • Gives
    • structure
    • process
    • help
    • enablement
    • support
    • encouragement
    Michael Doyle quoted in Sam Kaner with Lenny Lind, Catherine Toldi, Sarah Fisk and Duane Berger (Authors); Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision-Making, Jossey-Bass; (2007)
    • Gets
    • effective function
    • high-quality decisions
    • exceptional performance
    • full participation
    • inclusive solutions
    • sustained agreements
  • 29. The Learning Leader as Collaborator and Facilitator “ One, two, three, four Tell me that you love me more” Feist