I am about to conduct a workshop which is slightly different than what I am usually used to. I would like to hear your thoughts on it.
To identify some characteristics and traits of a group of high school students such as leadership and commitment. A group of experienced (not LSP trained) will observe the students during the runight of the workshop and note down their observations. I run the workshop.
Since the LSP is an excellent tool to answer open questions individually and/or as a group I am not sure if and how it will address the objective stated above.
As a stated above there is no specific questions that the client want to answer however they want to observe the interactiona and group dynamic.
I am thinking of do a shared model
Obviously, what questions do you suggest that I use.
Due to number of participants I can’t use the starter kit for individual models and I will use the Win Exp. kit so any suggestions for building models from the manual part?
The number of participants will be around 60 which is 4 times the number I am used to. As a workaround I will divide them into 4 groups who will build simultaneously on 4 separate tables. Each table will be supervised by a none LSP facilitator (while i will brief days before what they need to do) while I will do the rounds. Remember that the objective not to come out with a real outcome rather than observe emerging traits.
What do you think of the approach above?
Do you think that identity/Landscape kit + Connection kit shared between all groups are enough? Maybe introducing the concept of scarce resources will bring new dynamics?
I have to do the whole workshop in 3 hours, what do you think?