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WELCOME!. 2008 Statewide 4-H Agent In-Service Lori Gallimore Belew, Ed.D. April 24, 2008 Henry Horton State Park. The Shopping Cart:. Meeting Facilitation Tools for Youth and Adults. Purposes and Reasoning: Move thru meetings more effectively/quicker Everyone has a voice

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WELCOME!

2008 Statewide 4-H Agent In-Service

Lori Gallimore Belew, Ed.D.

April 24, 2008

Henry Horton State Park

The Shopping Cart:

Meeting Facilitation Tools for Youth and Adults

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Purposes and Reasoning:

  • Move thru meetings more effectively/quicker
  • Everyone has a voice
  • Teach leadership skills
  • Teach 4-H life skills

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Meeting Facilitation Tools for Youth and Adults

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Leadership Indicators:

  • As a member of a committee, I take my job seriously.
  • I help to ensure that everyone gets an opportunity to say what they think.
  • I can cooperate and work in a group.
  • When in charge of a group, I treat everyone fairly and equally.

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Meeting Facilitation Tools for Youth and Adults

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Responsibilities of a Facilitator:

  • Communicate without communicating
  • Encourage voice
  • Don’t be the “White Elephant”
  • Avoid group-think/Encourage the Devil’s advocate
  • Capitalize on diversity

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Ground Rules:

  • Shared expectations
  • Expectations for outcome of the meeting
  • Expectations for members
  • Expectations for the facilitator
  • Set in the beginning; Review in the end

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Types of Facilitative Leadership Tools:

  • Mind Mapping • The T-Chart
  • The Sticky Wall • Gradients of Agreement
  • Brainstorming • Rank Voting
  • Sticker Voting • Quadrant Diagram
  • The Timeline • The Matrix Diagram
  • • Rotating Charts

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

  • Divide into groups.
  • Each group needs three sheets of flip chart paper.
  • Each member needs a marker.
  • Each group needs to select one “scribe.”

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

• Review the selection matrix.

• Identify eight potential fruits.

• Scribes:

• Write your eight potential fruits on one sheet of

the flip chart paper.

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The Shopping Cart:

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

• Vote for your four favorites.

• Scribes:

• Record the vote.

• Write the top four fruits on the second sheet of

flip chart paper.

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The Shopping Cart:

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

• Vote again … vote for your two favorites.

• Scribes:

• Record the vote.

• Write the top two favorite fruits on the third sheet

of flip chart paper.

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The Shopping Cart:

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

• Individually, complete the “Selection Matrix.”

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Selecting the National Fruit of the United States:

• Vote again … vote for your favorite!

• Scribes:

• Circle the fruit with the most votes.

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And the winner is …!

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FINAL THOUGHTS:

• Describe your experiences verses your expectations? Was it easier or harder than you thought it might be? Why or why not?

• How did you group make a decision regarding how to narrow down the fruit choices?

• How can you use this tool? What experiences have you had in the past in which this tool would have been helpful?

• Can you think of any ways to improve “The Shopping Cart” method of group decision making?

The Shopping Cart:

Meeting Facilitation Tools for Youth and Adults

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