The facilitation deck for our Clean Language-inspired coaching game 15-minute FOTO is now at version 12. Just one change: for the Lite format of the game, what previously were announced under a heading of “Tips:” are now announced as follows:
Help your colleagues enjoy a productive time:
- Start small: 5% and 15% outcomes, bullet point answers
- Be generous in the outcomes you accept (and write down)
- If a minute passes without an outcome being captured, something is wrong
A renamed heading might seem a trivial change, but in the debrief after the game we will introduce (retrospectively) the three roles of Client, Coach, and Host, which in the Lite format any player can adopt at any time. Client and Coach correspond very obviously to the tasks of answering and asking the questions from the cue card, but until this version, it didn’t seem that we had done enough to set up the Host role.
Emphasising the “leading” in “Leading with Outcomes” (our core curriculum), this discussion question comes from the Agendashift Academy version of the 15-minute FOTO debrief:
Reflecting some more on the Client, Coach, and Host roles, which one is the leader?
There it’s pre-recorded; I have tested it “live” also.
For some background on prior changes that led up to this one:
- The three roles (previously four): Announcing 15-minute FOTO version 11 (November 2011)
- The Lite and Classic formats: 15-minute FOTO, latest v9 deck (September 2020)
As ever go to agendashift.com/15-minute-foto for tips, download instructions, and an ancient but still fun video.
What if we put agreement on outcomes ahead of solutions?
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