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Aaa ttt the training transition eng v4 presented on eee conference budapest


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Supporting slides in an experiment, to combine Theater & Constellation work, starting from these 5 possible roles a trainer could take.

Try out at the EEEurope conference in Budapest,

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Aaa ttt the training transition eng v4 presented on eee conference budapest

  1. 1. EXPERT ARCHITECT TRAINER MENTOR. FACILITATOR The Training Transition The appropriate intervention at the right moment Pascal Van Loo Please use this material for free, as long as you refer to this original source, 1 mentioning my name & the title Big 5 Role Model
  2. 2. Framing TTT, The Training Transition, has been founded in 2011 for and by people who are active as a trainer, teacher, mentor, expert, professor, learning architect, … Our purpose is to develop our colleague trainers and designing learning organizations Our specialty is designing learning, transition and change processes in a creative way as an architect “The appropriate intervention at the right moment” is the drive of our trainers A Shared Passion: you’re not a teacher by accident. It’s a passion you carry from early on. What binds all these people is the passion to contribute something to the world. 2
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  4. 4. Concrete: 3 stages model ID Switching the OD learning paradigm PR-D Building learning organizations Train The Trainer 5
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  6. 6. CompetenciesExpert:• Knowledge & Expertise• Train• Organize• Flexibility• Communication 9
  7. 7. CompetenciesTrainer:• Knowledge & Expertise• Train• Organize• Flexibility• Communicate• Convince 10
  8. 8. CompetenciesFacilitator:• Knowledge & Expertise• Innovate• Openness• Empathy• Self-insight• Analyze• Flexibility• Guide• Communication 11
  9. 9. CompetenciesArchitect:• Knowledge & Expertise• Create Processes• System thinking• Analyze• Capacity for change• Communication 12
  10. 10. CompetenciesFacilitator:• Innovate• Vision & Values• Capacity for change• Convince 13
  11. 11. Profile per role 14
  12. 12. 3 Learning Principles  These models and roles make it possible to go in different directions in the field of development:  Deepen: to pore over in your own role by reinforcing the existing competencies  Broaden: when one wants to broaden his scope, new competencies from other roles will be acquired  Bind: to develop in different roles 15
  13. 13. 3 Learning Principles • Broaden • Deepen • Bind 16
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  15. 15. Open Offer & Tailored Interventions Expert Trainer Facilitator System Mentor Architect Inspirator Practices Tailored Interventions Pivo PwC Voka Plato’s Oost EnergyVille HR Lab Base Valesta Plot Vito Harvard Extension KuLeuven Boston Colruyt Dexia België Open Offer 1. From interesting 1. BFS: Basic 1. AFS: Advanced 1. Create and 1. Mastership: pleading to captivating Facilitation Skills (3 Facilitation Skills (3d) support formation supporting deep presentation (la d) (Lodewijk De Raet) learning Duende) 2. Masters in training 2. Train the trainer (la Duende & 2. Community 2. COP: Community 2. Public Speaking (2d) + Social Media Lodewijk de Raet) Architect group in of practice Transition (1,5 day) advice form Networks 3. Advisory skills (2d) 3. Working question 3. Screening of based with groups technical experts (Lodewijk de Raet) Assessment & development (in collaboration with Adforum)
  16. 16. Assessment tools (Adforum)  The role of Adforum in this story is providing screening tools and conducting screenings with which the competencies of the person (given the respective intervention role) can be mapped. These screening tools are built based on the competency profiles per role.  Based on the screening you can indicate the extent to which the participant possesses a role and his/her possible development opportunities (as well deepening as broadening) 22
  17. 17. 2 experiments in this workshop 1. Acting perspectives: 5 roles in the open space, people act & react as an actor from this perspective to a customer request 2. Constellation perspective: a quick constellation, with these representatives: 1. Client 2. Assignment 3. Expert 4. Facilitator 23