Instilling Constructive Participation: 15-minute Soliloquy

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Darryl Lynn Jones, United States

Instilling Constructive Participation: 15-minute Soliloquy

Another complementary possibility (besides the Six Thinking Hats) to instill constructive participation is to allow each member of the group on separate days to lead the discussion in the form of a fifteen minute soliloquy about a related subject.
Fifteen uninterrupted minutes of espousal time is enough to help each person gain confidence toward being more participatory, since the meeting platform and workplace milieu is more efficient when it provides validation of likes and dislikes while requiring all members to be prepared to speak intelligently.
It also helps countervailers consider opposing viewpoints more carefully; while ensuring that the day's orator supports one's opinion/observation with facts. The model is tried and true!

  Gary Wong
Consultant, Canada
 

Indian Talking Stick compared to Six Thinking Hats

@Darryl Lynn Jones: your suggested 15-minute Soliloquy-model reminds me of Covey's "Indian Talking Stick". Only one person can talk while the rest must listen actively and respectfully.
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  Darryl Lynn Jones, United States
 

15-minute Solilioquy Model

@Gary Wong: hi Gary: experience with using the 15-minute soliloquy model is that it actually does support parallel goals as the Indian stick model which you pointed out. Development of good listenin...

 

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