purpose + outcomes
Develop and direct the work through June 2020.
Integrate learnings and strategic action planning.
Develop a DRAFT Portfolio of Prototypes.
Further training in participatory leadership worldview, mental models/theory and methodologies to increase capacity to implement roadmap activities.
Renewed energy and momentum.
Reformed Core Team with further willingness to co-create.
Identified roles and prototype leads with a coherent plan for going forward.
What is our reality?
We have built the structure and the momentum and are now in a position where ACS WI leadership is engaged, involved and behind what we’re up to. They are asking us how they can support ETHOS.
Now is the time to be bold and provocative. Let’s not hold back. The more we are audacious, the more we learn.
Check-In: WHAT IS YOUR ASPIRATION FOR THE CORE TEAM?
Open to the whole process. Willing to take a leap of faith into the prototypes.
To look inward and to be an example of our values.
To be bold, courageous and vulnerable - not fall back into the status quo.
How we show up in this way outside of this space as ‘change agents.’
To shift our culture - it’s a way of being for us.
How we incorporate the work here in our day-to-day.
Excited for prototypes, prototypes, prototypes!
roadmap: key elements
making sense… together
Questions for further discussion...
How do we make sense of the multiple realities?
How can non-Core Team staff participate in the change rather than just receive updates?
How do we decide what to address and where to start?
What are the things we can address and what are the things we cannot change?
How do we do more with the Sensing Interview data?
If a significant number of people do not feel the Sensing Interview process was fair and transparent, what steps can be taken for future prototypes?
Prototypes, Prototypes, Prototypes!
When coming up with your prototype ideas, consider the following:
Need to be within our realm of control / spheres of influence.
Pick things that are already a little confused or in discomfort/unstable. What is ripe?
Don’t pick out of a hat - think of all the information we’ve gathered to date.
What information did you get from this exercise about how you work at Workforce Institute?
Learning based on others / Imitate what we see.
Assume our role and internalize quickly.
Stay within the boundaries.
Our perception informs how we interact.
A lot of care and concentration on both sides.
As it got more complex, we got closer to it… but that heightened the complexity.
Assumption that closing the gap is the best solution.
Close versus covering the gap - lets get rid of the cracks. Is this helpful?
Teach: Limiting Beliefs
WHERE ARE YOU ON THE LOOP?
”Houston, we have a problem…”
New or Failing
Building New System
What beliefs do we need to disrupt or further embed at the Workforce Institute?
OST: “What conversations now will support us launching concrete action tomorrow?”
What are we willing to let go of?
Roadmap of the next 6-12 months
Mission, Vision, Values
A look into supervision
Breaking down silos
Check-in: HOW are you today?
Excited to see what will emerge
Feeling the brightening of the day
Committed to the process
Grateful to be a part of this process
Honoured and hopeful for the future
Grateful & feeling the weight of this process
Optimistic and mindful
Motivated for the future
Looking forward to next steps
OST: “What do we need to set up now so we can work together going forward?”
NEW Work Groups
** as of Core Team Retreat II (June 12-14, 2019)
#CommunicationsSquad - Kate, Marc, Kay, Francesca & Cheryl
Open Space - David, Zach, Tisa & Francesca
Authentic Relationships - Maha, Hillary, Mark, Alexandra & Francesca
Evaluation - Adrian, Cherika, Alexandra, Tisa, Sabrina & Soni
Mission, Vision & Values - Patrica, Carolyn, Michele, Adrian, Chrysetta & Cheryl
Participatory Leadership Definition - Mark, Adrian, Tisa, Keith, Cheryl & Sabrina
What momentum you are carrying from this room?
Seeing people motivated and optimizing their own potential
Commitment to change
Ambassadors of this work
Encouraged by energy and commitment
Inspired by co-creation
Wonderful opportunity both personally & professionally
There’s hope in creating change
If we do the work in this room, there will be a ripple effect into families and communities
Anticipation of doing
Pioneers in this work in NYC - the spark is catching fire
How everyone has shown up
Helping to create the newness
The impact that we can have
Sense of connection and purpose
Opportunity to shift the system
Preciousness of you all taking the risk
The audacity of what we might take on