Overview of the whole program Find out who is going where eg simulation etc - do this in action, go through each day
Some of the theory underpinning - confident facilitation - transfer of learning
Four main tools that you can use when you are working with groups
- group discussion that you lead - how to make the most of brainstorming - group discussion called World Cafe - action method called Full Circle
Using Open Space - a day for you to explore with each other your experiences of transferring learning, what works etc
Plan your project for the rest of the week - simulation - facilitating - debrief (last two days)
Simulation in Jakarta
Rest of us will be staying here to further develop your facilitation skills and develop a program that you can take back and implement in your own office
Regroup in Jakarta for the simulation & training debriefs
Building a bridge between this workshop and what you will be doing back in your own offices
On-going development plan
Proof is in the pudding!
Re-cap overall program
About me - I’m a facilitator Tangle of butcher’s paper, pens and group ideas I’ll be demonstrating and modelling behaviours
Line up: BirthdayLine up: Total travel time to get to this workshop
Map: Place you call home
Chunk: Time working in current job - less than 12 months - 1 - 5 years - 6 - 10 years - more than 10 years Newbies pair up with old hands
There’s more to learning and being together as a community than these topics Shared experiences
Even telling people REALLY LOUDLY doesn’t work!
Break time - surely?
In groups of three, talk about something that you have learned (either recently or in the past) - a new skill or understanding. What were the conditions that enabled that learning to happen?
Explore this a bit further - line up according to your current skill as a juggler Form pairs
Keep track of your own learning - I’ll make time for you to write in it, and you can write in it whenever you like. Also, drawing, doodling etc is OK Based on what we have done so far this morning... What = new knowledge, info, skills, processes, activities - did I learn How = observing, doing etc - did I learn?
Anyone recognise these falls? Victoria Falls from Zambia
Who is surprised by knowledge being called a curse? Surely the more you know the better? Let’s explore...
It’s the WAY we share it that’s important
Unlike the man in the mountains - take baby steps
Don’t want to have to relearn the same lessons over and over - we want them to STICK
Improv games to explore interaction and learning Group Juggling and Pass the Zap!
Wave analysis - ways of interacting with each other
Essence - what does capacity building mean for us?
Transfer of Learning
MYTH # 1
Knowledge is stuff
The mind is a vessel
Learning is storing stuff
acquiring knowledge or skill
through study, experience or
What were the
enabled you to learn?
Make Your Own JUGGLING BALLS
~12 balloons ~scissors
Take one balloon, blow it up a little just to stretch it. Snip
the rolled edge off the neck. Prepare three additional
balloons by snipping the whole neck off.
Using the funnel, ﬁll up the 1st balloon with rice. Fold the
neck of the balloon over. Take the other balloons and
stretch over the rice-ﬁlled balloon.
Voila! Juggling ball.
Now make two more & you’re ready to juggle!
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1. Look at all the photos - do this silently
2. Select one or two photos that capture the
essence of capacity building for you
3. Find 4 other people and form a group
4. Take turns to share your photos and
why you chose them
Images on slides 1 - 11, 14 - 35, 40, 42, 50 - 53, 57, 59, 77 -
79 from iStockphoto www.istockphoto.com
Cartoons on slides 12 & 56 by Simon Kneebone
All other images by Viv McWaters
Made by Viv McWaters, Beyond the Edge, for a
facilitation training program in Indonesia, May/June 2009