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ORID as a universal principle of facilitation - Moscow 2020 (ENG)

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Introducing ORID and ICA's Technology of Participation at the Moscow Facilitators Club, February 2020

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ORID as a universal principle of facilitation - Moscow 2020 (ENG)

  1. 1. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation Is there a single, universal principle of facilitation? Mine’s ORID… 1
  2. 2. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 2 Session aims – 90 minutes 1. To demonstrate ORID by leading a focused conversation on the role of the facilitator 2. To introduce the four levels of ORID 3. To share examples of wider application in process design & facilitation 4. For participants to practice using ORID in their own process design 5. To share sources of further information support, and more on the history of ICA’s ToP methodology. 2
  3. 3. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 3 Introductions 3
  4. 4. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 4 What do facilitators do, really? - IIFAC 4
  5. 5. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 5 1. An ORID Focused Conversation 5
  6. 6. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 6 2. Introducing ORID ‘ToP’ Values • Inclusive participation • Teamwork & collaboration • Individual creativity • Consensus • Reflection • Action orientation ‘ToP’ Methods & tools 1. Rational & Experiential aims 2. (ORID) Focused Conversation 3. Consensus Workshop 4. Action Planning 5. Participatory Strategic Planning… 6
  7. 7. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 7 Rational & Experiential aims Rational aim • What does the group need to know, understand or decide? Experiential aim • What experience do we want our participants to have? 7
  8. 8. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 8 Rational & Experiential aims This conversation Rational aim • To learn something about each other, facilitation and the role of the facilitator Experiential aim • To experience ORID in the ‘ToP’ Focused Conversation method 8
  9. 9. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 9 (ORID) Focused conversation 9
  10. 10. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 1010 (ORID) Focused conversation
  11. 11. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 11 What do facilitators do, really?  What do you recall from the clip - words or phrases, images, characters, music, etc.?  How did you react - surprised or intrigued, familiar, reminded of experience?  So what - how relevant are the metaphors, what insights could you apply, what would add, what would you learn or practice?  What next – what will you do differently as a result of this conversation? 11 (ORID) Focused conversation
  12. 12. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 12 Introductions  Your name & location?  What experience do you have, if any, of ORID and ICA’s ToP methodology? What questions do you have?  What common themes have we heard? What does this tell us about what we might learn together?  What are your hopes for the session? 12 (ORID) Focused conversation
  13. 13. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 13 3. Examples of application 13 2. One hour twitter chat of 40 1. 15 minute conversation of 6-18 3. 90 minute World Café of 60 4. Half-day consultations of 20- 25 5. One day team Away-Day of 12 6. Five day team planning for 36
  14. 14. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 14 1. 15 minute conversation of 6-18  What do you recall from the clip - words or phrases, images, characters, music, etc.?  How did you react - surprised or intrigued, familiar, reminded of experience?  So what - how relevant are the metaphors, what insights could you apply, what would you add, learn or practice?  What next – what will you do differently as a result of this conversation? 14 What do facilitators do? Facilitation training in Brussels http://martingilbraith.wordpress.com/2013/12/18/thr ee-dimensions-of-the-facilitator-role-a-focused- conversation/
  15. 15. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 15 2. One hour twitter chat of 40 15 Facilitating a Diverse Group of People twitter chat http://martingilbraith.com/2013/10/11/celebate- international-facilitation-week-by-joining- facweekchat-on-twitter/
  16. 16. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 16 3. 90 minute World Café of 60  What are some highlights of our own research relevant to Science in Culture?  What are some exciting emerging themes and questions?  What are some new opportunities for mutual support & collaboration  What are implications for researchers and for the Research Council? 16 Exploring our research experience and interests
  17. 17. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 17 4. Half-day consultations of 20-25 17 Clinical Leadership Evaluation & Development with South Manchester Primary Care Trust  Opening & introductions, overview, ‘prouds & sorries’ & expectations  Historical Scan to map together the development of clinical leadership in the PCT  Analysis of factors affecting clinical leadership development – what’s worked and what’s not  Brainstorming of actions, dot voting recommendations, next steps & close. http://martingilbraith.com/2014/04/23/facilitation- case-study-clinical-leadership-evaluation-and- development-with-manchester-primary-care-trust/
  18. 18. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 18 5. One day team Away-Day of 12 18 Staff team Away Day with George House Trust http://martingilbraith.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/faci litation-case-study-staff-away-day-with-george- house-trust/  Opening, aims & process, expectations & ground rules, introductions  ‘Wall of Wonder’ historical scan – our shared journey  World Café - how we would like to be able to describe the culture of GHT  Team-building exercise & next steps
  19. 19. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 19 6. Five day team planning for 36 19 Annual planning week of an international humanitarian agency in Geneva  Opening & overview, historical scan, strategic context, mission & values  ‘Practical Vision’ of the desired future in 3 years time  Obstacles & resources, 3-year strategic directions & policy implications  Year 1 SMART Objectives & Quarter 1 operational plans http://martingilbraith.com/2014/04/04/transformation al-strategy-from-trepidation-to-unlocked/
  20. 20. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 20 4. Practice – ORID process design 20
  21. 21. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 21 5. History of ICA & ToP 21 http://www.ica-international.org/about-us/our- history/
  22. 22. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 22 5. Further resources 22 The Art of Focused Conversation IAF-Endorsed ‘ToP Facilitation Essentials’ series:  Group Facilitation Methods  Meetings That Work  Facilitating Client Collaboration Join me for ToP facilitation training in London, Brussels & elsewhere in 2020!
  23. 23. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 23 Your universal principle & applications  What were any key insights from the session for you?  How do these relate to your own experience & practice?  How would you describe your own ‘universal principle’ of facilitation?  How will you apply something that you’ve learned today? 23 4. (ORID) Focused conversation
  24. 24. www.martingilbraith.com#ToPfacilitation 24 Close 24

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