Categories
leadership

Group Values

Identifying group values are a critical part of any activity that requires collaboration. Values are the foundation. They hold up and support everything else. I’ve facilitated individual and group values sessions hundreds of timesĀ and always find the process and outcomes rewarding. Here’s an example of how to facilitate a group values finding session for your […]

Categories
leadership

How to Set Goals

One of the areas that seems to be most challenging to people, groups, and organizations is finding and using an effective goal setting process. The graphic above is the process used by in-the-know businesses and interestingly enough, by educators and professional athletes. It’s a journey The best way to think of the entire goals setting […]

Categories
leadership

The Moral Equation

I’ve been writing a lot about values and vision lately and that got me thinking about this really cool (to me) equation I learned in while taking the Provincial Instructors Diploma ProgramĀ (PID) at Vancouver Community College… eons ago. I actually hunted around for quite awhile looking for this equation. I even went so far as […]

Categories
leadership

Finding Group Values

Yesterday I facilitated the inaugural meeting of a committee that is tasked with developing community driven health plans. The group was made up of representatives from several First Nations in the Fraser Valley including a few Youth and Elders, all interested in creating healthier communities. I sent out a basic framework for an agenda as […]