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Success by Challenging Assumptions (Part I)

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Part one of a two part workshop on Creating Success by Challenging Assumptions with Stephanie Nestlerode, Omega Point International, Inc. and LaDonna Coy, Learning for Change, Inc. for the Texas SPF SIG community grantees. All materials are located at http://bit.ly/xQSu9

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  • LaDonna, this is a great presentation. I wrote a presentation two years ago on docstoc entitled 'Thinking in the box'. My approach was the need to know where you are (which box you are in) to know where to go (what ideas to generate). Why in the box and not out of the box> Because self-organizing system rearrange within defined boundaries. Being under pressure to accommodate their increasing numbers within limited space they change the box. I love this presentation.
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Success by Challenging Assumptions (Part I)

  1. 1. Creating Success by Learning to Challenge planets Assumptions October 15, 2009 Stephanie Nestlerode LaDonna Coy Omega Point International, Inc. Learning for Change, Inc.
  2. 2. LaDonna Coy MHR, CPS, CDLA Primary Prevention Capacity building with Collaborative Partners: -Kansas AAPS Social media and live -Kansas Prevention Virtual Learning/Training Network & SPF SIG Sector Network Interactionarssm -Kansas Family Partnership -Eagle Ridge Institute -CADCA -Paxis, Inc -Safe & Caring Schools -Collaborative The surest way to provoke the Conversations imagination is to seek out -Omega Point International, Inc. environments you have no -ODMHSAS experience with. -MACMHB-MASACA --author unknown
  3. 3.  Strategic Planner  Primary Prevention  Capacity Building  Technical Assistance Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention: Texas, Colorado, West Virginia, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Stephanie Nestlerode, MSW California, and Nevada “The future we create is the legacy we leave our children.”
  4. 4. Getting Everyone’s Voice into the Room Name Organization Location
  5. 5. Agenda 9:30-11:00 Welcome & Getting Started •The Secret to Out-of-the-Box Thinking •Foundational Tools The Ladder of Inference 11:00-1:00 •Lunch, Homework & Coaching 1:00-2:30 •Homework Debrief •The Rule of Six •The Chicken Scratch Path •Social Media exploration/implications •Closing Reflections
  6. 6. Objectives • Provide foundational tools for challenging assumptions • Provide an opportunity to apply the tools to each person’s unique circumstances • Apply foundational tools to our assumptions about social media • Identify ways to shift our conversations
  7. 7. Who’s here? Our Tool Today Content
  8. 8. Discussion Area Type here
  9. 9. Emoticons!
  10. 10. Chat Poll What is one word that captures how you are today?
  11. 11. Out of the BoxThinking
  12. 12. Polling + chat
  13. 13. Debrief (why?) Why do the numbers look like they do?
  14. 14. What PROMOTES it?
  15. 15. What STIFLES it?
  16. 16. The Secrets to Out of the Box Thinking Name the Box!
  17. 17. What BOX are YOU in?
  18. 18. A Box we Live in An ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure Not everyone thinks this way!
  19. 19. Recognize this can feel scary!
  20. 20. Create a safe container for exploration
  21. 21. Invite OTHERS to Explore the Box Multiple Points of View
  22. 22. Explore All Angles
  23. 23. Integrate ALL Views Both/And Thinking
  24. 24. The First, grasping an ear, “It is a large rough thing, wide and broad, like a rug.” The Second, holding the trunk, “I have the real facts. It is a straight and hollow pipe.” The Third, touching a front leg, “It is mighty and firm, like a pillar.”
  26. 26. Leveraging Diversity with The Ladder of Inference A tool for discovering how people think and why they think the way they do
  27. 27. You must go below the surface
  28. 28. Take Action The Ladder of Inference Actual Events
  29. 29. Take Action The Adopt Beliefs Ladder of Inference Actual Events
  30. 30. Take Action R The Adopt Beliefs E Ladder F L of L O Inference E O X P I Select Data V E Actual Events
  31. 31. Environmental Example Once we start worrying about the polar bears in the artic, We notice stories everywhere
  32. 32. Social Example Once we become grandparents, we see young children everywhere
  33. 33. Every Day Example Once we decide to buy a certain kind of car, We notice them everywhere
  34. 34. Take Action Adopt Beliefs Bug is the only car for me The quality will be better than Make the first time I bought one Assumptions If it looks good, it will drive well Select Data Salesman Consumer Reports Neighbors & Friends Mechanic Timely?? None
  35. 35. Ladder of Inference Exercise TAKE ACTION BELIEFS ASSUMPTIONS DATA
  36. 36. Polls about how meeting time is INVESTED
  37. 37. What are the Implications of the survey results? Source: margaret anne clarke
  38. 38. Underage Drinking What are the divergent points of view?
  39. 39. Sharing your thinking is a gift That must be UNPACKED to be truly Useful
  40. 40. Teenagers Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  41. 41. Parents Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  42. 42. School Teachers Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  43. 43. Police Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  44. 44. Community Members Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  45. 45. Small Business Owners Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  46. 46. Large Beer Producers Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  47. 47. Prevention Volunteers and Professionals Beliefs? Assumptions? Data?
  48. 48. Ladder of Inference Exercise TAKE ACTION What are your strongest beliefs about what will reduce BELIEFS underage drinking in your community? What assumptions are you ASSUMPTIONS making (underneath your beliefs)? How have your personal DATA experiences influenced your thinking? What other data relate to how you think about underage drinking?
  49. 49. Sample Ladder of Inference Exercise Divide into small groups of four to six persons. Every person will take a few moment to reflect IN SILENCE and then to write down their answers to three questions: What is my strongest belief (a single belief) about the issue at hand? What are my assumptions? What are the data underneath my assumptions and beliefs? Using a Talking Object, there will be three rounds of sharing. Round One: Every person will share the strongest belief. Round Two: Every person will share assumptions. Round Three: Every person will share data. Continue the conversation. What strikes you about the differences? The similarities? Share each group’s observations with the larger group. Identify shared themes and any differences that need to be explored further.
  50. 50. What topics or issues could benefit from a better understanding of
  51. 51. How might you add a little to your meetings? Adding consideration of: ASSUMPTIONS DATA CREATING SHARED MEANING
  52. 52. Next Steps Create a plan What topics need conversation? How might you begin to gently inquire more deeply into how people think? Each person will sharewhen we return at 1 pm! Call with questions during the break Call LaDonna 918-473-6789 Call Stephanie 512-847-0410
  53. 53. Plans for