Here is a description of one of the facilitation processes used at a Saturday morning (4 hour) session for a community gathering as part of a longer Friday night to Sunday afternoon winter / Matariki gathering. The purpose of the morning: to grow and deepen our community/neighbourhood.
Over the last few months I have been exploring decision making processes that can be used by groups and organisations. I was interested in encouraging groups and facilitators to extend their range and choices.
An interesting new completion and celebration process emerges during a 'wrap' session for a hard working team. There were ten people in the group with one additional member who 'skyped in' for one hour during the day. I had chosen ‘self and peer assessment’ as the heart of our schedule with warm-ups and energisers as... Continue Reading →