LeadershipAbovetheLine_Workbook

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THE PEOPLE MODEL WORKBOOK The purpose of the workbook is to equip you to lead in everyday sit- uations. Every question is intended to assist both you and your group in your leadership and character development. Most of the questions are personal and probing, though some of them invite you to discuss various aspects of the book. Almost every question is open-ended. SESSION 1 Setting Up Your Small Group The People Model Workbook can be used by individuals or small groups. It applies to businesses, families, civic clubs, governments, churches, etc. The workbook questions can be answered on your own (for convenience and privacy) prior to meeting with a group (so that everyone will be prepared to share) A reproducible version of this workbook is available at
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on the spot in community with a group (so that no one will have homework) The workbook is designed to be covered in nine separate one- hour sessions. Of course, it can be used in any way that fits the group’s schedule. Each section is comprised of open-ended questions. If one partic- ular question evokes an especially good discussion, then the group may choose to focus exclusively on it for an entire session. Whatever the group decides is acceptable. Note: If the small group includes more than twelve people, it might be best to divide into subgroups. When small groups get too big, the conversation changes because it’s hard for the discussion to go deep. Usually small groups run best when someone agrees to serve as the facilitator. The facilitator’s job is to guide the group in decision making and to lead the group discussions. The facilitator is also re- sponsible to create space for each person to contribute (if they’d like) and to prevent anyone (including the facilitator!) from accidentally dominating the discussion. Facilitator Checklist: ____ 1. The group has chosen me to be the facilitator, and I have agreed to serve. ____ 2. The group agrees to meet either weekly or biweekly. ____ 3. The group has decided what time to start and end the sessions. ____ 4. The group has committed to complete the workbook together in ____ sessions. ____ 5. Each member has already read the book and taken the People Model test. ____ 6. The group has agreed for each member to bring pre- pared answers ____ or to allow each other to answer the questions “cold” ____. (Put a check in the blank that fits.) ____ 7. The group has decided to allow visitors to join them. Yes ____ No ____ LEADERSHIP ABOVE THE LINE
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____ 8. Each member of the group is informed of when meetings are scheduled. ____ 9. Each member knows where the meetings will take place. ____10. All members have introduced themselves to the group. Many of the workbook questions ask people to talk about them-
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