Building and Leading Teams

4 player system

Description

Background reading on the 4 player system introduced by Peri Chickering at the 2012 All Cohort Reunion and at the 2011 September cohort training.

See also:

• Dialogue workshop presentation slides (2012 All Cohort Reunion)

Video clips on the 4 player system (2012 All Cohort reunion)

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Collaboration workshop handouts: 2012 All Cohort Reunion

Description

Tools to facilitate meetings and/or collaborative project groups from 2012 All Cohort Reunion (website includes presentation slides)

  • PMI, a thinking tool devised by Edward de Bono (Plus, Minus, Interesting)
  • Design checklist
  • Facilitation tips

Dialogue workshop handouts: 2012 All Cohort Reunion

Description

Presentation from the workshop facilitated by Peri Chickering at the 2012 All Cohort Reunion (website includes Peri's bio and additional slides about the Flame model). Included in the presentation are the following tools:

  • 4 player system
  • Flame model
  • Ladder of inference
  • Left Hand Column
  • Container

See also

• Article and short video clips on the 4 player system

Opening: Ice breaker

Description

This resource is an excellent way to get a group engaged with one another quickly.  It is easy to facilitate and is an alternative to starting or opening a meeting with introductions.  It was introduced to us by Kate Powers, a consultant who has done several workshops at Stanford.

Running a Departmental Retreat

Description

Karen Holl provided these tips about running department retreats and meetings most efficiently during the Curriculum Resource Exchange session at the 2012 All Cohort Reunion.

Video resources: 4 player system

Description

Short video clips from the 2012 All Cohort Reunion workshop:

Tool:  4 player system

Conversation:  Should Leopold Leadership Fellows translate science into action or move towards advocacy?

Analysis:  Deconstructing the conversation applying the 4 player system