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Agile Consortium Brussels - Liberating Structures

"Liberating Structures" are facilitation techniques and micro-structures for interaction and conversation - “including and unleashing everyone”. For more insights, you can have a look at http://www.liberatingstructures.be

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Agile Consortium Brussels - Liberating Structures

  1. 1. Agile Consortium Brussels 27/09/2018
  2. 2. Who is this guy, anyway? https://www.linkedin.com/in/frederikvannieuwenhuyse @vfrederik http://value-first.beVF
  3. 3. I invite you to be… Courageous! Open! Respectful! Inviting! Transparant! Volunteering! Equivalent! Connecting!
  4. 4. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring?
  5. 5. I invite you to …
  6. 6. [I invite each person spend 1 minute sharing the answer to the next questions with one other person.]
  7. 7. What big challenge do you bring to this gathering?
  8. 8. What do you hope to get from and give this group / community?
  9. 9. [I invite each person spend 1 minute sharing their frustrations and ritualised complaints about work/life with one other person.]
  10. 10. If only….
  11. 11. They make me…
  12. 12. … that’s just the way it is.
  13. 13. If they would … then I could …!
  14. 14. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring? 1/ ALONE —> 30 secs 2/ IN PAIRS —> 1 min 3/ 2 PAIRS JOINED —> 2 mins 4/ EVERYONE —> 2 mins
  15. 15. I invite you to … B R A I N S T O R M !
  16. 16. I invite you to …
  17. 17. Color = differentiated or unique role Spacing = relative coordination (tight or loose) Arrows = flow of power or know-how + formal connection 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  18. 18. I invite everyone to select a pattern which they can relate to by asking: [silent no talking] Which of these patterns represent the “official” way you talk about how this group works? Which of these patterns represents your on-the- ground experience of working with this group? Given the purpose of your group, which pattern might generate more productive endpoints?
  19. 19. Color = differentiated or unique role Spacing = relative coordination (tight or loose) Arrows = flow of power or know-how + formal connection It’s all about you Hub & Spoke network Everybody holding hands Cohesive Clique Bridge to outside worlds Boundary Spanner The Inner Circle Core-Periphery Network Everyone for Themselves Disconnected Individuals Get past the dragon Gate-Keeper Birds of Feather Homogeneous Coalitions The Boss is The Boss Strict Hierarchy Celebrating Diversity Heterogenous Network Lonesome Twosomes Disconnected Pairs
  20. 20. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring? 1/ ALONE —> 30 secs 2/ IN PAIRS —> 1 min 3/ 2 PAIRS JOINED —> 2 mins 4/ EVERYONE —> 2 mins
  21. 21. I invite you to …
  22. 22. Sequence 1. Form a group of four 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [6 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  23. 23. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [6 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  24. 24. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [6 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  25. 25. By yourself, think of a challenging crossroads you face now. Ask yourself, “What is a vital yet elusive goal I hold dear?” Listener
  26. 26. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [6 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  27. 27. Interviewer Questions [4 mins] • Why is the goal important to you? Why are you bothering? How will others around you benefit? • What actions have you taken to advance—and undermine–progress toward the goal? Dig for tangible examples and stories not concepts. • Give more attention to an action or behaviour that undermines. Ask, Why… why… why were you attracted to the actions that undermine? • Ask, What will happen if you stop the behaviours that advance your goal? What might people say or what will happen to those around you? • Ask, “What will happen if you stop the behaviours that undermine your goal?” What might people say or what will happen to those around you? [ Pixies: listen for competing commitments, assumptions, and beliefs held by the listener as the interview proceeds ]
  28. 28. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [5 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  29. 29. The Listener Role • Now “Listen to your Pixies” without responding. The Pixies job is to chatter empathetically and imaginatively about your competing commitments. • They invite you to look into the fun house mirror. They represent your inner voices, the raucous committee in your head. • The “Listener” will stand or sit with a Pixie on either side, slightly behind you just out of sight. • Close your eyes try to follow as the Pixies’ mischievous chatter. Don’t expect them to agree or offer practical advice. The Pixies Role has 3 elements: 1. Explore playfully hidden assumptions that may lurk unexamined (use “Yes, and..” mischievous build on each other’s thoughts) 2. Imagine out loud what would be possible if an assumption was partially or wholly wrong 3. Chatter as if you were walking in the shoes or sitting on the shoulder of the Listener [Interviewer observes]
  30. 30. Right Ear Protector Pixie • Show the wisdom of the maintaining multiple commitments. • Reveal the rationale why a play it safe course of action is fundamental for the well being of the person. • Risks are risky! Left Ear Innovator Pixie • Show what is possible if behaviours that undermine the goal are stopped. • Show that your worries are unfounded or no longer relevant. • Reveal the new growth that is possible by reexamining assumptions and by fully committing to a vital goal. Be loving yet mischievously provocative Switch roles spontaneously if you are stuck or bored!
  31. 31. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [5 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  32. 32. Sequence 1. Form a group of four (1 listener, 1 interviewer, 2 pixies) 2. Listener selects a worthy-yet-elusive goal [2 mins] 3. Listener shares goal & interviewer ask questions [4 mins] 4. Pixies chatter in opposite ears [5 mins] 5. Debrief what happened [2 mins] •Rotate to next Listener and repeat steps 2-5
  33. 33. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring? 1/ ALONE —> 30 secs 2/ IN PAIRS —> 1 min 3/ 2 PAIRS JOINED —> 2 mins 4/ EVERYONE —> 2 mins
  34. 34. I invite you to …
  35. 35. What do you hope can happen in the future? What practical first step can you take now to tip the balance in this direction?
  36. 36. Scoring 1 = the lousiest idea ever 5 = WOW mind blowing! fantastic! I couldn’t think of that!
  37. 37. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring? 1/ ALONE —> 30 secs 2/ IN PAIRS —> 1 min 3/ 2 PAIRS JOINED —> 2 mins 4/ EVERYONE —> 2 mins
  38. 38. I invite you to …
  39. 39. What I take away from this session is…
  40. 40. A question that is emerging for me is…
  41. 41. What I hope can happen for us in this work is…
  42. 42. An action or practice helping me move forward is…
  43. 43. A bold idea I recommend is…
  44. 44. What’s Liberating? What’s structuring? 1/ ALONE —> 30 secs 2/ IN PAIRS —> 1 min 3/ 2 PAIRS JOINED —> 2 mins 4/ EVERYONE —> 2 mins
  45. 45. You have experienced… • Liquid Courage (Impromptu Networking) • Network Patterning Cards • Talking with Pixies • 25/10 Crowd Sourcing • Mad Tea
  46. 46. The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures: Simple Rules to Unleash A Culture of Innovation Henri Lipmanowicz, Keith McCandless http://www.liberatingstructures.com
  47. 47. • Belgian User Group : http://www.liberatingstructures.be • Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Liberating-Structures- Belgium/ • Book: “The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures: Simple Rules to Unleash A Culture of Innovation”, by Henri Lipmanowicz, Keith McCandless (Okt, 2014)
  48. 48. Liberating Structures 2 day immersion workshop training by Fisher Qua and Anna Jackson 17th & 18th of December, Brussels Regular price (2 days) 750 Euro, discount 20% —> 600 Euro (2 days) 
 use discount code: for-our-friends-at-ACB https://www.eventbrite.com/e/liberating-structures-immersion-workshop-brussels- december-2018-tickets-49958562405
  49. 49. Thanks for attending! Let’s connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/frederikvannieuwenhuyse @vfrederik http://value-first.beVF

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