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#7 Prosocial Facilitators Course (Americas)
Getting ready for the course
What are the dates of this course?
Welcome to the course! (1:15)
IMPORTANT Please join the community.prosocial.world site and introduce yourself to the class
What time and equipment do I need to do this course?
Make sure you know how to use Zoom
Assignments for the course
Course Certificates and Accreditation
Preparing for Week 1: Overview and introduction to PROSOCIAL: Core Design Principles
What is Prosocial and why is it important?
Some useful background reading for Prosocial
Think about the most effective and ineffective groups to which you have belonged
Reflection after Week 1 class
Week 1 Personal reflection and feedback
Session video, audio, slides and chat (107:11)
Preparing for Week 2: "Doing the individual matrix with groups: How and why?"
Learning the ACT Matrix
Enlisting people with whom you can practice the ACT matrix
Make sure you have a pencil and paper available for our Week 2 session
Reflection after Week 2 class
Week 2 Personal reflection and review
Slides, Chat and Recordings from Week 2 (104:15)
Preparing for Week 3: "Consolidating the individual matrix in a group setting. Having flexible conversations"
Complete a personal matrix on your own facilitation of Prosocial
What helps you be psychologically flexible?
Facilitate an individual matrix with someone else
[OPTIONAL] Jim Lemon National Health Service Scotland case study (47:15)
Week 3: Consolidating the individual matrix in a group setting. Having flexible conversations.
Week 3 Personal reflection and Group Discussion
Recordings, chat and slides from Week 3 (76:19)
Preparing for Week 4: Bringing the core design principles to life with the Group Matrix
Practice one (or more) approach(es) to building "psychological flexibility"
A collective matrix exercise - creating a shared purpose for a Prosocial community of practice
A reminder regarding the collective matrix assignment
Using the Prosocial surveys
[OPTIONAL] Another case study: Prosocial in government agencies
[OPTIONAL] Buurtzorg - an example of all 8 principles in action
Reflection after week 4
Reflecting on Week 4
Slides, chat, recordings and our collective matrix (125:25)
Preparing for Week 5: Consolidating the group matrix using the Core Design Principles. Creating purposeful flexible groups
Exercise: Complete a collective matrix on a principle
Assignment: Practice running a collective matrix with a group
[OPTIONAL] Modules exploring ways of doing each of the principles
CDP1: Ways to build shared purpose and identity
CDP2: Equitable distribution of costs and benefits
CDP3: Examples of inclusive approaches to decision making
CDP4: Ways of noticing what others are doing
CDP5: Examples of effective responding to behavior
CDP6: Some nice examples of conflict management processes
CDP7: Authority to self govern
CDP8: Examples of collaborative relations between groups
Reflection After Week 5
Recordings, slides etc (96:16)
Preparing for Week 6: Review and closure, taking what you have learned out into your groups.
If you want further practice regarding the collective matrix - The Canberra Innovation Network exercise
Learning more about one of the principles CDP2 - CDP7
Preparing your major project for the end of the class
Final Feedback and assignments after week 6
Feedback survey on the whole course
Learning the ACT Matrix
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