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Coming on board – SESSION I

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Coming on board – SESSION I

  1. 1. RCE Europe – greater than the sum of its parts
  2. 2. 1. ‘Scanning the horizon’: what trends do you see? 2. ‘Storms and pirates’: which issues are most urgent/challenging? 3. ‘Fair winds and calm seas’: what is promising and hopeful? Discussion on RCE European priority topics
  3. 3. 1. ‘Scanning the horizon’ • what trends do you see? Discussion on RCE European priority topics
  4. 4. 2. ‘Storms and pirates’ • which issues are most urgent/challenging? Discussion on RCE European priority topics
  5. 5. 3. ‘Fair winds and calm seas’ • what trends/issues are promising and hopeful? Discussion on RCE European priority topics
  6. 6. ‘Out on an open sea’ • Over to you: further exploration of the issues that matter to you and your ideas for taking action on them. Looking ahead to Day 2…
  7. 7. Do you want to discuss a particular topic? • Share your topic and your name on a Post-It by 14:30 today. • You will then lead a discussion on this topic tomorrow in the ‘Out on an Open Sea’ session and take notes for sharing afterwards in Session 5. Take part in the discussion of your choice • All Post-Its will then be displayed for everyone to choose their initial discussion of choice. • Please sign your name under your chosen topic: either after the final session tonight or early tomorrow morning Looking ahead to Day 2…

Editor's Notes

  • Our voyage:
    - Greater than the sum of the parts – for this to be successful, important to acknowledge that we are not just one ship, but a whole fleet of ships: all of which are very different.
    Recognition that each ship and in turn, each crew member, brings their own set of skills, knowledge, experience and insights; all of which are invaluable if the voyage is to be productive and the fleet is to achieve its aims.
    That this also means that for the mission of the fleet to succeed, we need to explore our individual, as well as common, aims and concerns.
    Recognition also that not all of our fleet members are here; so our collective thinking over the next few days only represents part of the picture and we need to ensure that these absent members have their say in helping to shape our voyage.
  • In small groups of 5-7 pp, chairs in circle, in one room; 3x 20’; one host per group; short report of each group
     
    What is on your mind
    Discussion on regional priority topics; what trends do we see; what keeps you awake; what is hopeful and promising
     
    20 mins for each topic
    Groups to nominate a facilitator, but everyone to contribute to collating their thoughts on post-its
    Facilitator to summarise discussion at the end: choose top 3 outputs.
  • In small groups of 5-7 pp, chairs in circle, in one room; 3x 20’; one host per group; short report of each group
     
    What is on your mind
    Discussion on regional priority topics; what trends do we see; what keeps you awake; what is hopeful and promising
     
    20 mins for each topic
    Groups to nominate a facilitator, but everyone to contribute to collating their thoughts on post-its
    Facilitator to summarise discussion at the end: choose top 3 outputs.
  • In small groups of 5-7 pp, chairs in circle, in one room; 3x 20’; one host per group; short report of each group
     
    What is on your mind
    Discussion on regional priority topics; what trends do we see; what keeps you awake; what is hopeful and promising
     
    20 mins for each topic
    Groups to nominate a facilitator, but everyone to contribute to collating their thoughts on post-its
    Facilitator to summarise discussion at the end: choose top 3 outputs.
  • In small groups of 5-7 pp, chairs in circle, in one room; 3x 20’; one host per group; short report of each group
     
    What is on your mind
    Discussion on regional priority topics; what trends do we see; what keeps you awake; what is hopeful and promising
     
    20 mins for each topic
    Groups to nominate a facilitator, but everyone to contribute to collating their thoughts on post-its
    Facilitator to summarise discussion at the end: choose top 3 outputs.
  •  
    Collecting the topics for tomorrow – what you want to discuss further in the open sessions (Kirsten – speak about the survey)

    Open space; Flipping the conference
    Explain the 4 roles; set time-frames
    Free to join, to leave groups
    Where to meet and how to meet without interruption
    Collecting topics and persons
    Going into the direction of what we want to decide…

  • Explain the self-organising process of ‘Open Space’. Group members then post their topic areas of choice on the bulletin board at a designated stall and time. As each member posts their topic on the board they tell the group what they have written. If there are more topics than times and market stalls, the facilitators can support the wider group to decide which discussions should be prioritised. Any participant can suggest an issue – but they must have a real passion and the ability to start a discussion. They must also ensure that notes of the discussion are written. When all issues have been allocated a time and place, participants sign up to attend those individual sessions.

    NB If similar topics are suggested, Kirsten will speak to those who have suggested the topics and see if they would be wiling to collaborate/amalgamate/give way to one another.

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