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Developing  Initiating  Groups

Developing Initiating Groups



Information provided at the "Training for Transition", Totnes, September 2009.

Information provided at the "Training for Transition", Totnes, September 2009.
Informaci'on suministrada en el training de TT en Totnes, Septiembre 2009



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    • start here move clockwise why come to meetings get out of them what do you want to contribute motivations definitions/control/rigidity/dogma/exclusivity what will make meetings the most open/flexible/emergent balance enjoyable & effective they can be? ideas/assumptions about how do decisions get made if majority vote? explore different styles leadership there isn't complete agreement? decision-making consensus? roles internal mission statement power structures what is the purpose of this group? leadership do we want to take a leadership what is it called? if so, how? role in the community? community is there any membership? are there different ways to be involved other than just local context coming to business or what do we know sub-group meetings? regionally how do we welcome & accommodate new members? if so, does everyone know what is the most effective way information Developing Initiating Groups group structure what they are? for us to do research? what do we need to know necessary? ground rules? desired? skill audit- what skills/expertise/experience do we have as a group? what happens in case of a conflict? should we all be trained as facilitators and then rotate the should we do flyers for facilitation around the group? what values do we share? e.g. publicity?- (using paper) meetings e.g. facilitation values six thinking hats what skills do we need? do we want to identify shared values to guide how mind mapping we work together? skills sharing presentation do we need an office? marketing/pr what skills are we lacking? peak oil new members key concepts transition town how are we going to fill the gaps? training energy descent what assumptions do we have about how are they affecting our actions? how social change happens? shared understanding models of change how accurate/relevant are they? do we share a vision? vision use it to shape strategy create a shared vision developing initiating groups.mmap - 03/11/2008 -