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Crucial Conversations Conducting Learner-Focused Conversations with Teachers Session 2: Reflect & Plan Facilitated by:. Today’s Agenda. Participants will … Analyze the previous crucial conversation Plan the next CHALLENGING crucial conversation.

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Crucial Conversations Conducting Learner-FocusedConversations with TeachersSession 2: Reflect & PlanFacilitated by:

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda

Participants will …

  • Analyze the previous crucial conversation
  • Plan the next CHALLENGING crucial conversation
reviewing the past conversation guiding questions
Reviewing the Past ConversationGuiding Questions
  • How effective was the crucial conversation?
  • How effectively did I follow my plan?
  • How can I improve my next crucial conversation?
how did it go
How Did It Go???

My conversation was like a:

Cactus Eagle Maze

because ___________________.

initial crucial conversation
Initial Crucial Conversation

On Your Own

  • Examine your notes from our last session in which you planned a crucial conversation
    • “X” areas where you did not follow your notes or skipped or detoured
    • Check areas that did not go well
      • Lack of clarity, bad reaction, etc
    • Star areas that went WELL
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Initial Crucial Conversation
  • On Your Own:
    • Make notes regarding each section of the ORID Analysis
    • Try to answer each question
    • Be prepared to discuss the item in bold in each section
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Initial Crucial Conversation
  • In pairs:
    • Discuss the items in bold in each section
      • Share one section at a time
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Initial Crucial Conversation

Let’s share as a group…

  • What was your “Ah-Ha” based on today’s debriefing?
  • What did you hear from a colleague that you want to share with the group?
planning the next conversation guiding question
Planning the Next ConversationGuiding Question
  • With which person do I most need to facilitate a crucial conversation?
  • What do I need to consider before I engage in the conversation?
  • How do motivation & capacity play into the issue and solution?
the next conversation
The Next Conversation
  • Select another teacher
  • Identify an issue that represents a GAP between expectations and teacher performance related to classroom instruction
  • Let’s walk through planning together
    • You will work on your own
    • And then pair share
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Crucial Conversations Model

Choose What and If

Master My Stories

BEFORE

Work on Me First

New Problems

Revisit the

Original

Problems

Make It Safe

Fear?

Stay Focused

& Flexible

  • Describe the Gap
    • Make it Make
    • Motivating It Easy

DURING

Confront With Safety

POP

Move To Action

AFTER

Agree On a Plan

Follow Up

work on me first
Work on Me First

Using the graphic organizer:

  • Deciding What to Confront
    • Think C. P. R.
    • Consider Intent & Consequences
    • Identify what & what not
  • Deciding IF to Confront
    • Is this worthwhile …WHY?
  • Master My Story
    • Why would a reasonable person…
    • Is it Motivation or Capacity (6)
work on me first sharing planning
Work on Me FirstSharing Planning
  • Let’s talk about the planning so far:
  • In pairs...take turns explaining…
      • Name, issue, & C.P.R.
      • Is it motivation & capacity …evidence?
    • Provide feedback to one another …
      • Most clear description you heard?
      • What is missing?
      • Other suggestions?
confront with safety
Confront with Safety
  • Describe the Gap
    • Specific statement of expectation
    • Specific examples of performance
    • Contrasting statement(s)
  • Give TIME for processing
    • Find common ground
  • Move to an agreed-upon solution
    • POP the question
confront with safety sharing potential script
Confront with SafetySharing Potential Script
  • Let’s talk about the conversation:
  • In pairs...take turns explaining…
      • GAP
      • Anticipated common ground
      • What’s the POP question
        • Motivation or Capacity
    • Provide feedback to one another …
      • Most clear description you heard?
      • What is missing?
      • Other suggestions?
move to action
Move to Action

Make a Plan:

  • Who
  • does What
  • by When

Establish follow-up dates & times

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Work on Me FirstSharing Planning
  • Let’s talk about the planning so far:
  • In pairs...take turns explaining…
      • Who, What, & By when
      • Expected outcome / result
    • Provide feedback to one another …
      • Most clear description you heard?
      • Any other WHO’s?
      • Other suggestions?
clarifying
Clarifying

In pairs, discuss the following…

  • What is the result that you expect to report after the crucial conversation at our next meeting?
    • Observable
    • Measureable
    • Reasonable