MItch Discovers the Magic of ORID: Facilitating Meetings with ToP Methods

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Man struggles to lead a meeting. A friend turns him on to ORID, a Technology of Participation (ToP) method used for focused conversations in meetings.

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MItch Discovers the Magic of ORID: Facilitating Meetings with ToP Methods

  1. 1. Mitch Discovers the Magic of ORID © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  2. 2. I’m supposed to lead the next committee meeting. Mitch, how come you’re dreading it? © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  3. 3. That meeting is a complete waste of time. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  4. 4. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  5. 5. The same few people do all the talking – mostly complaining. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  6. 6. I don’t know how to handle that stuff… … so we can get our work done. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  7. 7. Mitch, you need the magic of “ORID.” © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  8. 8. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  9. 9. Not a „who.‟ ORID is a way I ask questions in a discussion… © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  10. 10. …to get participation from everyone, even the quiet ones. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  11. 11. We get to the heart of the matter in a short time… © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  12. 12. …without getting bogged down in arguments or getting off topic. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  13. 13. I get different perspectives that enrich the discussion. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  14. 14. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  15. 15. It’s based on the way the brain takes in information, makes sense of it, and moves to action. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  16. 16. I simply ask questions in that sequence to guide the conversation. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  17. 17. Whoa, that doesn’t sound simple. What’s this sequence? © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  18. 18. Our brains process information in this sequence: experience emotion thought action © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  19. 19. Sure © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  20. 20. Like - waking up in the morning. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  21. 21. •You hear the alarm clock ring… •You groan, roll over, feel tired & don’t want to get up… © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  22. 22. •You remember that you’re driving car pool today. •You get up, stagger to the bathroom & get ready for work - or not. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  23. 23. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  24. 24. Often in meetings people are thinking at different levels. That’s one reason discussions circle around and never reach a conclusion. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  25. 25. I ask one or two questions at each of the four levels of thinking. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  26. 26. My questions require a different kind of thinking at each level. Objective thinking- experience Reflective thinking-emotion Interpretive thinking- thought Decisional thinking- action © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  27. 27. That’s why we call it “ORID.” This slows down the process and we move through it together… © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  28. 28. Here‟s an example I‟m using in a meeting today: O level of thinking: What areas of the office need attention? R level of thinking: What impact do the space problems have on your work? © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  29. 29. I level of thinking: What considerations and values should we use as we make plans for improvement? D level of thinking: What specific next steps do we need to take? © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  30. 30. Mitch, come sit in on our meeting. You’ll see how it works. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  31. 31. Later - - © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  32. 32. Later - - © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved
  33. 33. Later - - Told you, Mitch. It’s like magic! © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  34. 34. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  35. 35. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  36. 36. I took a Technology of Participation (ToP®) seminar. ToP® methods make it easy to lead group discussions. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  37. 37. We have productive meetings. We don’t waste time. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  38. 38. Everyone participates and our meetings are more fun. © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  39. 39. Hi. I’m Patricia Tuecke Like Mitch, I discovered that using ORID and other ToP® Facilitation Methods turns awful meetings into meetings that matter! For more information: Contact me at Sierra Circle Consulting pat@sierracircle.com www.sierracircle.com © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved
  40. 40. The Magic of ORID will transform your meetings, too! for more information on ToP® Facilitation Methods Training Contact me at Sierra Circle Consulting pat@sierracircle.com www.sierracircle.com © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com
  41. 41. Credits Slideshow: Patricia Tuecke, pat@sierracircle.com sierracircle.com Facebook Linkedin Twitter Music:: Kevin McLeod, incompetech.com © 2009 Patricia Tuecke, All Rights Reserved www.sierracircle.com

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