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 for a group
  2. 2. Step # 1 Each of you, please choose 1 behavior you would like to improve
  3. 3. ”I would like to become better at doing exercise regularly.” Example
  4. 4. Example ”I would like to become better at listening.”
  5. 5. Step # 2 Everyone, please stand up
  6. 6. Step # 3 During the next 2 minutes, please give and receive ideas to / from the person next to you
  7. 7. During the 1st minute, person A gives ideas to help improve the behavior that person B wants to improve. Person B simply listens.
  8. 8. When I say ”change roles”, person B gives ideas to help improve the behavior that person A wants to improve. Now, person A simply listens during 1 minute.
  9. 9. Step # 4 Change conversation partner
  10. 10. When I say ”change conversation partner”, please do this: 1. Shake hands with the person you just talked with and say thank you for the ideas you got from each other. 2. Take 3 steps to the right and say hello to the next person you meet. 3. Tell each other what behaviour each of you wants to improve. 4. During the 1st minute, person A gives ideas to person B. 5. During the 2nd minute, person B gives ideas to person A.
  11. 11. We will do 5 rounds of 2 minutes.
  12. 12. Step # 5 Each of you, please reflect on what you learned
  13. 13. Each of you, please take 1 minute to reflect individually on what you learned.
  14. 14. 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://faculty.medicine.umich.edu/sites/default/files/resources/feedforward.pdf http://www.marshallgoldsmithfeedforward.com/html/FeedForward-Tool.htm http://www.marshallgoldsmith.com/articles/try-feedforward-instead-feedback/ http://youtu.be/EAvv4xvjTl4 http://youtu.be/tFX74GIxca4 http://youtu.be/BlVZiZob37I

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