Feed forward exercise

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One-on-one exercise during which each person focuses on a behaviour he/she wants to improve - and gets ideas from others about how to improve it.

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Feed forward exercise

  1. 1. Feedforward exercise
  2. 2. Step # 1 X people are together in a place
  3. 3. Step # 2 Everyone, please let go of the past. This exercise is about giving and receiving ideas for the future.
  4. 4. Step # 3 Please choose a behavior you would like to improve
  5. 5. Example # 1 ”I would like to be better at giving people praise / positive feedback.”
  6. 6. Example # 2 ”I would like to become a better listener.”
  7. 7. Example # 3 ”I would like to use social media more.”
  8. 8. Please choose the behavior that is most important to you.
  9. 9. Step # 4 Please get a mobile device or a piece of paper and a pen to use for taking notes
  10. 10. Step # 5 During 2 minutes, please give and receive ideas to / from another person
  11. 11. Part 1 When I say ”change now”, please take 3 steps to the right and say hello to the person you meet. Find out what behaviour the person wants to improve and tell him / her what behaviour you want to improve.
  12. 12. Part 2 During the 1st minute, person A gives ideas to help improve the behavior that person B wants to improve. Person B simply listens and takes notes.
  13. 13. Part 3 During the 2nd minute, person B gives ideas to help improve the behavior that person A wants to improve. Now, person A simply listens and takes notes.
  14. 14. Part 4 Please shake hands with each other and say thank you for the ideas you got from each other.
  15. 15. We will do 5 rounds of 2 minutes.
  16. 16. Sources of inspiration http://www.aci-na.org/sites/default/files/feedforward_exercise.pdf http://confessionsofachangeagent.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/next-time-try-feedforward/ http://www.execunet.com/execunetcms/leadership/try-feedforward-instead-of-feedback/ http://www.marshallgoldsmithlibrary.com/cim/articles_display.php?aid=110 http://youtu.be/EAvv4xvjTl4 http://youtu.be/tFX74GIxca4

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