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Team KAM. Alex Davani Katie McLaughlin Maura stackley. Gaining Leadership of the Training Group. Chapter 12. Important Aspects of Gaining Leadership Within a Training Group. Setting appropriate group norms Controlling the timing and pacing of the program Getting the group’s attention

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team kam
Team KAM

Alex Davani

Katie McLaughlin

Maura stackley

important aspects of gaining leadership within a training group
Important Aspects of Gaining Leadership Within a Training Group
  • Setting appropriate group norms
  • Controlling the timing and pacing of the program
  • Getting the group’s attention
  • Communicating your message effectively
  • Dealing with problem participants
helpful norms for an active training environment
Helpful norms for an active training environment
  • Encourage participants to express themselves honestly
  • Ask that confidentiality be respected
  • Urge risk taking
  • Expect participation from everyone
  • Promote the value of feedback
  • Require participants to sit in different spots
  • Reassure participants that their questions are welcomed
  • Insist on punctuality
class norms for group activities
Class norms for group activities?
  • Raising your hand
  • Take everyone’s thoughts into account
  • Respect everyone’s opinions
  • Everyone participate
  • Don’t talk when someone else is talking
  • Be open minded
  • Provide a group represntative
negative behaviors to watch for
Negative Behaviors to watch for
  • Monopolizing
  • One-upping
  • Complaining
  • Intellectualizing
  • Withdrawing
  • Arguing
  • Questioning
  • Clowning
  • Distracting
3 important goals of creating opening exercises
3 Important Goals of Creating Opening Exercises
  • Team building-help participants become acquainted
  • On-the-spot assessment- attitudes, knowledge, experience
  • Immediate learning involvement-draw participants and introduce course
rotating trio exchange
Rotating Trio Exchange

Team building

Immediate learning involvement

On-the-spot assessment

10 methods to get everyone involved
10 Methods to get Everyone Involved
  • Open discussion
  • Response cards
  • Polling
  • Subgroup discussions
  • Partners
  • Go-arounds
  • Games
  • Calling on the next speaker
  • Panels
  • Fishbowls
experiential learning approaches1
Experiential Learning Approaches
  • Role playing – scripting, staging, processing, and video feedback
  • Games and simulations – encourage to confront attitudes and values
  • Observation
  • Mental imagery
  • Writing tasks
  • Action learning
role playing
Role Playing
  • Scripting – develop roles/situation with drama
  • Staging – format for role play, regardless of content
  • Processing – reflective discussion or performance feedback
  • Video Feedback – prior, during, and after taping
games and simulations
Games and Simulations
  • Help grasp total course content
  • Help test the behavioral style & performance
  • Used to create performance challenges
observation
Observation
  • Designing – the key is for the experience to be active rather than passive
  • Formatting
    • Use observers as the audience
    • Assign observers to small groups
    • Fishbowl format
mental imagery
Mental Imagery
  • 6 kinds of imagery experience
    • Visual
    • Tactile
    • Olfactory
    • Kinesthetic
    • Taste
    • Auditory
  • Guidelines
writing tasks
Writing Tasks
  • 5 tips to keep in mind
    • Help participants to get in the mood
    • Make sure instructions are crystal-clear
    • Arrange a good work environment
    • Allow enough time for writing
    • Allow enough time for feedback
action learning
Action Learning
  • In-Basket Assignments
  • Research Projects
  • Field Observation
  • Teaching Projects
  • Task Force Projects