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Core Protocols - A workshop

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The core protocols are a set of attitudes and simple behavioral rules that help teams work better together. It's especially suited to help foster great meeting. This is a 1 hour workshop you can run with a team to familiarize them with the concept and start a discussion if you want to adapt any of the protocols. The workshop was developed at Spotify.

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Core Protocols - A workshop

  1. 1. Peter Antman,March 2016 peter.antman@crisp.se @peterantman
  2. 2. Pro-to-col a system of rules that explain the correct conduct and procedures to be followed in formal situations
  3. 3. The core protocols ”It encapsulates and makes accessible the best interpersonal collaboration technology currently available and has been thoroughly researched, tested and applied over the past twelve year” Michele McCarthy Jim McCarthy
  4. 4. Let’s … Yea, but no… How did that feel?
  5. 5. Let’s … Yea, and lets also… How did that feel?
  6. 6. From Richard Kasperowski, http://kasperowski.com
  7. 7. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet Self awarenessListen to your self  Check-in  Personal alignment ConnectionListen to other  Investigate  Intention check  Ask for help Productivity  Decider  Resolution  Perfection game Focus on result From Richard Kasperowski, http://kasperowski.com
  8. 8. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Are you ready to try this? From Richard Kasperowski, http://kasperowski.com
  9. 9. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet The right to Pass – Theright do decline participation without being questioned Check out – Your physical presencesignifies your engagement – If your are notengaged.Checkout and leave – Leave.No one asksor try to get you back. I pass I’m checking out
  10. 10. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet Self awarenessListen to your self  Check-in  Personal alignment Check in – Start meeting byactively being there and share yourstate I feel (MAD; SAD; GLAD; AFRAID) Because (optional) I am in
  11. 11.  I feel _________ (one or more of MAD; SAD; GLAD; AFRAID)  Optional: Because  I am in Letstry it Listeners welcomes. Do not question. Do not tell others about it. From Richard Kasperowski, http://kasperowski.com
  12. 12. 1 2 How did that feel? 3 Count together
  13. 13. 1 clapp How did that feel? 3 Count together
  14. 14. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet Self awarenessListen to your self  Check-in  Personal alignment ConnectionListen to other  Investigate  Intention check  Ask for help
  15. 15. – Learn more about others – As questions until your curiosity is satisfied – Openquestions, avoid why. – “What…?” Investigate I am curious What… ?
  16. 16. Letstry it I am quirous, what made you say you where (MAD; SAD; GLAD; AFRAID)?
  17. 17. – Clearify the purpose of your own or anothers behaviour – Don’t ask if you do not have a peaceful intention your self. Check-out insted. – “What is your intention with...?” Intention check What is your intention with...?
  18. 18. – Usethe skills and knowledge of others – Say No if you do not want to. AcceptNo without drama – ”NAME, will you …?” Ask forhelp NAME, will you help me with...?
  19. 19. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet Self awarenessListen to your self  Check-in  Personal alignment ConnectionListen to other  Investigate  Intention check  Ask for help Productivity  Decider  Resolution  Perfection game Focus on result
  20. 20. – Useto improvethings – Rate 1 –10 – ”What I liked was…” – “... would make it a 10”. Perfection game What I liked was... ZZZ would make it a 10. This was and 8 for mee
  21. 21. Decider & Resolution I propose ... Yes OK * * or flat hand No I will never support this. Instead I suggest... What would it take to get you in? Abandon if to few yes, or to many no or a block.
  22. 22.  How many unanimous decisions can you make in 2 minutes?  Goal: plan a party  Small groups: – Venue – Food – People – Budget Decider speed game From Richard Kasperowski, http://kasperowski.com
  23. 23. Crisp consensus I propose ... Yes Not sure Block But I am available to talk. I have this concern... Stand aside
  24. 24. Sociocracy consent I propose ... Round 2 I have this objection... Round 1 I want this clarified... 1. Reasoned 2. Motivated Any one against?
  25. 25. Advice I would like to do this, do you know of any objections? I would not do it Have you though about this? Great idea
  26. 26. Askforgivenes I did this. That sucks! How can I compensate? Great!
  27. 27. Positive biasSay Yes. Non negativity No negation Pretend Freedom  Right to pass  Check outLaw of two feet Self awarenessListen to your self  Check-in  Personal alignment ConnectionListen to other  Investigate  Intention check  Ask for help Productivity  Decider  Resolution  Perfection game Focus on result
  28. 28.  http://kasperowski.com/  https://speakerd.s3.amazonaws.com/presentations/9e19c8f6128445e794 174f0e8e02c19f/Bay_ALN_and_PMI_Agile_Maine_2015-01-19.pdf  http://www.mccarthyshow.com/online/  http://liveingreatness.com/core-protocols/  http://sociocracy30.org/the-details/circles-and-decision-making/  http://blog.crisp.se/2014/03/27/peterantman/crisp-consensus-model-2-1 References

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