Updated materials for ‘15-minute FOTO’

As promised in last week’s roundup, there are now updated versions of the cue card and facilitation deck for our Clean Language-inspired coaching game, 15-minute FOTO.

PDFs of both are available for anonymous download at the above link, where you’ll also find a video of a workshop session that includes the game (among other Agendashift-related things). It’s also covered in chapter 1 of the book.

If you’d like the original PPTX files, just ask. Also, the #cleanlanguage channel in the Agendashift Slack is a good place for questions, and shout if you need an invite.

Changes:

  1. At the top of the card, we’ve given the coach a question to initiate each conversation
  2. We have given subtle emphasis to “What would you like to have happen?” and “Then what happens?”, the two most important questions in the game
  3. We’ve included the most up-to-date poster on the reverse (a download for this is also available and we’ll email registered users about that separately soon)

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Enjoy!


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