Transcript – February 20: “Working in Groups”

20:30 lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:30 bschlenker Good evening #lrnchat -ers! Brent Schlenker – Phx – IO Director, Product Training – http://t.co/y0ZOKvc4uS
20:31 urbie RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:31 lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:31 stanigator First time here. Would be curious to learn what kind of learning goes on here. #lrnchat
20:32 MCFraserElvira @lrnchat Meghan, ISD, Orlando #lrnchat
20:32 melissachess Hello all! Name’s Melissa. Expat ID in Canberra. Wrkng as SUP Instructor. #lrnchat
20:32 jyoti__gupta Hi, #lrnchat. Participating today! I like the topic! Looking forward to the q’s.
20:32 Quinnovator time again for the 60 min memestream mayhem that is #lrnchat, duck or join. Welcome to new and returning participants!
20:32 sifowler Hi everyone. Been a looong time since I’ve been in a #lrnchat! Usually dealing with gettings my children to bed.
20:32 DaveHallmon @stanigator We discuss all types in #LRNchat. Tonight’s topic is working in groups. Last weeks was the connection between mind/body/soul.
20:32 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:32 urbie RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:33 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, L&D troublemaker, genial malcontent, author/speaker/consultant, blogger at http://t.co/Nm5yXCu4jZ, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
20:33 DaveHallmon @sifowler Howdy #LRNchat. I too am a dad who just got my kids to bed. Now I can spend some time learning!
20:33 kregerck A0) Christine Kreger, Professional Development Coordinator, Colorado State Library. Missed the past few weeks. #lrnchat
20:33 LearnerAdvocate Hi #lrnchat Angel Green, senior instructional strategist, Allen Interactions. Been a very busy week!
20:33 gabriellabroady Hello from Gabriella in snowy MN – Learning Design & Proj Mgr. #lrnchat
20:33 urbie #lrnchat urbie delgado, urbie dot com, instructional designer. it ain’t over ’til the documentation’s in the can. #sustainability
20:33 kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith Consultant in Learning stuff and telecom stuff #lrnchat
20:33 stanigator @DaveHallmon Interesting. Looking forward to provide input here. #lrnchat
20:34 stickylearning Michael Eury – Learning designer and adviser from Melbourne Australia #lrnchat
20:34 sifowler Simon Fowler, Learning Tech Specialist at the Forum Corp. Also recently co-founded a nonprofit http://t.co/ujR3vIkxD1. #lrnchat
20:34 stanigator Stanley Lee, marketing consultant, in Vancouver, BC. #lrnchat
20:34 write2tg Joining #lrnchat! Tonight’s theme: “Working in groups”.
20:34 jackietrains Good evening! Jackie Van Nice – on the road in sunny So Cal. #lrnchat
20:34 eLearninCyclops Jeff – eLearning Designer, and today LMS admin/troubleshooter, in Baltimore, MD #lrnchat
20:34 ljwp @lrnchat Laura Payette, ISD/elearning dev, Denver/Boulder. Haven’t joined in a while, either. (I blame the kids.) #lrnchat
20:35 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 bschlenker Q0) This week I learned about chroma key and the Tricaster40. Looking forward to upgrading to v.2.0. #lrnchat
20:35 theASIDEblog Looking forward to #lrnchat tonight. We’re passionate about design as a way of thinking.
20:35 write2tg Taruna Goel – Instructional Designer, Learning Consultant, Program Manager who is passionate about learning, education & technology #lrnchat
20:36 gabriellabroady RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 eLearninCyclops Q0) Learned an easier way to run a report on our clunky LMS – and shared it with my elearning coworkers #lrnchat
20:36 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 stanigator A0: I learned about the power of strategic partnerships. #lrnchat
20:36 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 urbie #lrnchat near Dallas, Texas this Saturday? Check out #EdCampAwesome in Boyse City.
20:37 jackietrains Learned I could watch #eLGuild forums live on iPad today. So excited! #lrnchat
20:37 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a0) Learned about embedding clickable images in Twitter. Gotta use a 3rd party tool.
20:37 theASIDEblog We learned that it’s okay to take time out for the things we like to do. #lrnchat
20:37 hjarche So #lrnchat is talking about ‘working in groups’, but I don’t know how I can learn without other people, so what is there to add?
20:37 sifowler Q0) this week learned more about a framework to assess the health of relationships (inc networked relationships, like groups!) #lrnchat
20:37 Quinnovator RT @eLearninCyclops: Q0) Learned easier way to run a report – and shared it with my elearning coworkers #lrnchat < love the sharing!
20:37 stickylearning Q0) This week I learned how to prepare a suckling pig on a spit! #lrnchat
20:37 melissachess A0) Learned/confirmed that I need to stay plugged into L&D community even tho I’m not currently working as an ID. #lrnchat
20:37 sifowler RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 Quinnovator a0) learned today that even when I think I have downtime, I have tasks simmering on the back burner #lrnchat
20:38 Quinnovator a0) learned that #mlearncon is going to have a new cool responsive design website! (responsive design *lives*!) #lrnchat
20:38 DaveHallmon @jyoti__gupta Please share🙂 #LRNchat
20:38 eLearninCyclops @Quinnovator We meet weekly to complain about the LMS and share solutions. Slowly the complaining has lessened🙂 #lrnchat
20:38 kelly_smith01 Q0) Learned more about persistence – persistently learning about it #lrnchat
20:38 urbie #lrnchat A0 Learned this week that educational technologists in Arizona’s K-12 don’t need a credential or certification.
20:38 ljwp @jyoti__gupta What did you use? #lrnchat
20:38 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A0) I learned that @vanillaice can help sell @kraftmacncheese to a nostalgic http://t.co/QcEEgPXW6W #LRNchat
20:39 write2tg A0) Learned that there are different perceptions about what’s valuable #whatsapp #facebook and all that! #lrnchat
20:39 Quinnovator RT @McPherson_CandT: A0: I learned people have some funny ideas about calculating training ROI. #LrnChat < scared to even ask!
20:39 McPherson_CandT A0: I learned that people have some pretty funny ideas about calculating training ROI. #LrnChat
20:39 sifowler you know, doing it more/less effectively RT @hjarche …I don’t know how I can learn without other people, so what is there to add? #lrnchat
20:39 kelly_smith01 RT @eLearninCyclops: @Quinnovator We meet weekly to complain about the LMS and share solutions. Slowly the complaining has lessened🙂 #lrn…
20:40 sifowler Also, ‘others’ could be unrelated to each other, so ‘groups’ seems to be distinction here RT @hjarche …. so what is there to add? #lrnchat
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20:40 Quinnovator @hjarche more/less effective ways to learn together? #lrnchat
20:40 jankenb2 A0 Learned more about teaching short stories using an IB- Eng B framework. #lrnchat
20:40 jyoti__gupta @ljwp ThingLink. I didn’t try it, just read about it: http://t.co/HWEbrwMdq3 #lrnchat
20:40 Tracy_Parish Late to the show #lrnchat
20:41 LearnerAdvocate A0)a unique way to get SMEs to help develop characters is to show them a picture and ask what this person had for breakfast #lrnchat
20:41 sifowler “@Quinnovator RT @McPherson_CandT: A0: I learned people have some funny ideas about calculating training ROI. #LrnChat < scared to even ask!
20:41 Quinnovator RT @Tracy_Parish: Late to the show #lrnchat < better late than never!
20:42 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:42 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:42 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:42 sifowler RT @lrnchat Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:42 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:42 Tracy_Parish @eLearninCyclops may need to join that discussion. My complaints have been rising. #lrnchat
20:42 kelly_smith01 Q0) My network hlped me this week – did not get to the goal – yet -we will #lrnchat
20:42 lrnchat Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:43 kregerck A1) Common goals, yet different perspectives and experience. #lrnchat
20:43 melissachess Never. MT @Quinnovator a1) alcohol (in moderate amounts😉 #lrnchat < too soon?
20:43 stanigator A1: Equals with guidelines and rules to make sure everyone contributes equally. #lrnchat
20:43 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:43 McPherson_CandT Let’s just say that no matter how fancy the math, you just gotta account for whether the trg’s actually good. @Quinnovator #LrnChat
20:43 eLearninCyclops RT @MCFraserElvira #lrnchat a1) Clearly defined rules and expectations always help the work move along faster
20:43 MCFraserElvira #lrnchat a1) Clearly defined rules and expectations always help the work move along faster
20:43 melissachess A1) Trust, communication, and group sign-off on goals. A charter, if you willl… #lrnchat
20:43 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A0) I have been blogging about #MOOCs lately and checking out the new e-Literate TV http://t.co/J2CvlM0IiM Check it out #LRNchat
20:43 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:43 gabriellabroady RT @sifowler: RT @lrnchat Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:43 gabriellabroady a0) learned that listening to my 2nd child learn to play the recorder is just ear-piercing as when the 1st one learned it! #lrnchat
20:43 Quinnovator a1) alcohol (in moderate amounts😉 #lrnchat < too soon?
20:44 sifowler someone mentioned ROI so I think a drink is already in order RT @Quinnovator a1) alcohol (in moderate amounts😉 #lrnchat < too soon?
20:44 write2tg A1) Trust, collaboration, clear goals and willingness to convince or be convinced #lrnchat
20:44 eLearninCyclops Q1) Encourage all to speak up – no focus on titles or level #lrnchat
20:44 Quinnovator @gabriellabroady yes, silliness and laughter! #lrnchat
20:44 Quinnovator a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:44 gabriellabroady a) humility and the ability not to take themselves too seriously. And laughter, silliness while working hard. transparency. #lrnchat
20:44 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A1) When we can all contribute, want everyone to contribute, and value the contributions! #LRNchat
20:44 kelly_smith01 #lrnchat of course – but also informal groups at Starbucks which is sorta water cooler
20:44 LearnerAdvocate A1) shared purpose and goals, direction and an open dialog #lrnchat
20:44 ljwp @lrnchat A1) We reside in them, meaning we contribute to them actively and respect each other (@tomspiglanin I’m thinking of you!) #lrnchat
20:44 MCFraserElvira @melissachess Agreed! #lrnchat
20:44 sifowler Q1) people naturally sharing vs narrowly selecting who gets the info #lrnchat
20:45 jackietrains A1) When everyone genuinely wants success, is prepared, focused, and kind. #lrnchat
20:45 stickylearning a1) open to ideas, all contributing, fun and results #lrnchat
20:45 ljwp RT @Quinnovator: a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:45 eLearninCyclops RT @Tracy_Parish Q1) a sense of purpose and a bigger sense of humour. #lrnchat
20:45 suesiel RT @Quinnovator: a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:45 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #LrnChat
20:45 Tracy_Parish Q1) a sense of purpose and a bigger sense of humour. #lrnchat
20:45 ljwp RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A1) When we can all contribute, want everyone to contribute, and value the contributions! #LRNchat
20:45 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a1) Sameness: end goal; level of quality; organization and approach; level of communication; basic level of education on the topic
20:45 gabriellabroady RT @Quinnovator: a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:45 Quinnovator RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A1) When we can all contribute, want everyone to contribute, and value the contributions! #LRNchat
20:45 eLearninCyclops RT @Quinnovator a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:45 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A1) Has anyone mentioned #Coffee being essential for group collaboration? #LRNchat
20:45 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a1) positive attitude, clear goal, no ego, trust, transparency, a comfortable setting #lrnchat
20:46 kregerck RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @Tracy_Parish Q1) a sense of purpose and a bigger sense of humour. #lrnchat
20:46 suesiel A1) the desire to work together and a common goal #lrnchat
20:46 ljwp RT @kelly_smith01: While informal groups may lack agenda/goals they remain rich resource of learning from the edge #lrnchat
20:46 sifowler Q1) a better sense of overlapping roles (& consciousness of who needs what) vs strict notion of ‘jobs’ #lrnchat
20:46 jankenb2 A1 #lrnchat Groups w/leadership who promote a sense of equality & genuine interest in what each member has to offer.
20:46 kelly_smith01 While informal groups may lack agenda/goals they remain rich resource of learning from the edge #lrnchat
20:46 MCFraserElvira RT @Tracy_Parish: Q1) a sense of purpose and a bigger sense of humour. #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator RT @write2tg: A1) I work best within groups that work towards a common goal and leave their roles and egos outside the room!🙂 #lrnchat
20:47 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A1) Sometimes they just need to be asynchronous. Ever heard the adage, “Too many Chiefs and not enough Indians?” #LRNchat
20:47 tomspiglanin Hello all, thanks @ljwp for the reminder; Q1) yep, groups work when there’s caring and sharing, but you gotta spend quality time #lrnchat
20:47 gabriellabroady RT @eLearninCyclops: Q1) Asking why & being open to answering why #lrnchat
20:47 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:47 kelly_smith01 Also benefit from stealth groups – following folks on Google+ and Twitter #lrnchat
20:47 GenevieveJanvri Hello! My name is Genevieve, and I am here for #lrnchat at 8:30pm! #Educ285
20:47 write2tg RT @Quinnovator a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:47 gabriellabroady a) roll up your sleeves and get it done. Everybody’s skills bring something to the end game. #lrnchat
20:47 ljwp RT @Quinnovator: a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:47 write2tg A1) I work best within groups that work towards a common goal and leave their roles and egos outside the room!🙂 #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:47 eLearninCyclops Q1) Asking why & being open to answering why #lrnchat
20:48 MBS_learning A1) Consideration and patience in trying to understand everyone’s perspective #lrnchat
20:48 Tracy_Parish RT @Quinnovator: a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:48 bschlenker RT @kelly_smith01: Also benefit from stealth groups – following folks on Google+ and Twitter #lrnchat
20:48 kregerck RT @gabriellabroady: a) roll up your sleeves and get it done. Everybody’s skills bring something to the end game. #lrnchat
20:48 ljwp RT @theASIDEblog: Best groups let everyone’s talent go to work for the good of the order. #lrnchat
20:48 stickylearning a1) free sharing of ideas, openess, no ‘that was my idea!’ #lrnchat
20:48 theASIDEblog Best groups let everyone’s talent go to work for the good of the order. #lrnchat
20:48 eLearninCyclops Q1) A very clear agenda – one where everyone adds a little something to the agenda #lrnchat
20:48 kregerck Yes! @kelly_smith01
While informal groups may lack agenda/goals they remain rich resource of learning from the edge #lrnchat
20:48 kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:49 tomspiglanin RT @lrnchat Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:49 Quinnovator a1) understand and follow good process: ideate separately, share, diverge first, converge second, criticize ideas not people #Lrnchat
20:49 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q1) In groups you participate in, what makes them work better? #lrnchat
20:49 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:49 jackietrains A2) A better group? #lrnchat
20:49 tomspiglanin A1) And yes, all aspects of community at work – work for greater good, give more than you get, #showyourwork #lrnchat
20:49 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:49 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:49 urbie #lrnchat A1 It depends. Shared mission. Tolerance for ambiguity. Capability to suspend disbelief. And like TLETC ‘I think I can’ belief.
20:49 lrnchat Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:49 McPherson_CandT A1) Clear goals; movement towards those goals with opportunities to diverge temporarily from them. #LrnChat
20:49 melissachess Yup. Lack of ego is important. RT @stickylearning a1) free sharing of ideas, openess, no ‘that was my idea!’ #lrnchat
20:50 kelly_smith01 Brown/Hagel – Power of Pull – mention connecting/participating in groups outside your interest and expertise – #lrnchat
20:50 stickylearning q2) a sense of healthy, purposeful fun #lrnchat
20:50 write2tg A2) Goals, specific timelines, planning key deliverables and establishing communication protocols = better performance #lrnchat
20:50 JustStormy Oh haiiiii RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:50 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:50 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A2) Clear and obtainable goals and objectives can make the oceans part and stars align. #LRNchat
20:50 sifowler RT @lrnchat Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:50 McPherson_CandT RT @kregerck Yes! @kelly_smith01
While informal groups may lack agenda/goals they remain rich resource of learning from the edge #lrnchat
20:50 ljwp @lrnchat A2) Inclusion, respect, good listening #lrnchat
20:50 theASIDEblog Good groups let members take charge out of trust knowing they will do their best. #lrnchat
20:50 sifowler RT @stickylearning a1) free sharing of ideas, openess, no ‘that was my idea!’ #lrnchat
20:50 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:50 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:51 eLearninCyclops RT @LearnerAdvocate A2) celebrating of small victories and easy wins, offers encouragement for times when the going gets tough #lrnchat
20:51 JustStormy q2) I’d have to say trust is of the utmost importance to any group performance #lrnchat
20:51 LearnerAdvocate A2) celebrating of small victories and easy wins, offers encouragement for times when the going gets tough #lrnchat
20:51 DaveHallmon RT @theASIDEblog: Group performance is not led by who gets credit. It’s united for one purpose. #lrnchat
20:51 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:51 Quinnovator a2) appreciating diversity, open minds (no ‘not how we do it here’), safety to share, lack of ego and rank, good process #lrnchat
20:51 melissachess A2) When all grp members show up & each do their best work for grp benefit. #lrnchat
20:51 McPherson_CandT Strongest learning through the weakest ties, IMHO🙂 . @kregerck @kelly_smith01 #LrnChat
20:51 LnDDave Greetings #lrnchat! David from NY, checking in! I’ve missed you guys.
20:51 theASIDEblog Group performance is not led by who gets credit. It’s united for one purpose. #lrnchat
20:51 InstrDesignJobs RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A1) When we can all contribute, want everyone to contribute, and value the contributions! #LRNchat
20:51 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat Documentation. Easier to argue over the documentation of the idea than to argue with the person with the idea.
20:52 gabriellabroady a2) respect. no punishment for “outlier” thinking…#lrnchat
20:52 kelly_smith01 Q2) Cultivate and nurture the group it is like a shark – it must keep moving to survive #lrnchat
20:52 odguru RT @write2tg: A2) Taking calculated risks, allowing everyone to ‘shine’ and investing in that moment/effort completely = better group perfo…
20:52 Tracy_Parish Q2) an a….a….agenda. Ha ah ha. I could barely say that with a straight face. #lrnchat
20:52 kregerck RT @kelly_smith01: Brown/Hagel – Power of Pull – mention connecting/participating in groups outside your interest and expertise – #lrnchat
20:52 jackietrains RT @JustStormy: q2) I’d have to say trust is of the utmost importance to any group performance #lrnchat
20:52 InstrDesignJobs RT @Quinnovator: a1) no hierarchy, all are equal; diversity; open minds; safety to contribute #lrnchat
20:52 stickylearning a2) loose connections with other groups – osmosis between groups #lrnchat
20:52 MBS_learning A2) Unity among multiple talented people rather than uniformity #lrnchat
20:52 melissachess A2 con’t) Group is only as good/strong as weakest performer. #lrnchat
20:52 sifowler A2) 1/2 well I happened to write a post in 2010 on research I found on effective virtual teams: http://t.co/kEdEXLa2ne #lrnchat
20:52 kregerck RT @write2tg: A2) Goals, specific timelines, planning key deliverables and establishing communication protocols = better performance #lrnch…
20:52 tomspiglanin >> All good aspects of functional group, plus earned trust > RT @ljwp @lrnchat A2) Inclusion, respect, good listening #lrnchat
20:52 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:52 write2tg A2) Taking calculated risks, allowing everyone to ‘shine’ and investing in that moment/effort completely = better group performance #lrnchat
20:52 eLearninCyclops RT @JustStormy q2) I’d have to say trust is of the utmost importance to any group performance #lrnchat
20:53 bschlenker RT @sifowler: A2) 1/2 well I happened to write a post in 2010 on research I found on effective virtual teams: http://t.co/kEdEXLa2ne #lrnch…
20:53 McPherson_CandT A2) Depends on nature of performance. One is cautious of one-size-fits-all solutions to corporate problems. #LrnChat
20:53 eLearninCyclops RT @gabriellabroady RT @MBS_learning: A2) Unity among multiple talented people rather than uniformity #lrnchat
20:53 suesiel RT @JustStormy: q2) I’d have to say trust is of the utmost importance to any group performance #lrnchat
20:53 tomspiglanin LOL > RT @Tracy_Parish Q2) an a….a….agenda. Ha ah ha. I could barely say that with a straight face. #lrnchat
20:53 gabriellabroady RT @MBS_learning: A2) Unity among multiple talented people rather than uniformity #lrnchat
20:53 BlakkeBertram1 RT @theASIDEblog: Group performance is not led by who gets credit. It’s united for one purpose. #lrnchat
20:53 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A2) Being chased by a hungry lion? #LRNchat
20:53 kelly_smith01 RT @LnDDave: A2) Openness and transparency. #lrnchat
20:53 LnDDave A2) Openness and transparency. #lrnchat
20:53 urbie #lrnchat A2 Better performance comes from hitting mini-milestones, particularly when team new per Tuckman’s Model. Errors = shared learning
20:53 melissachess I like this too. MT @MBS_learning A2) Unity among multiple talented people rather than uniformity #lrnchat
20:54 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q2) What leads to better group performance? #lrnchat
20:54 urbie #lrnchat A2 Documenting decisions teams make is vital for when team members roll off and new ones come onboard.
20:54 sifowler A2) 2/2 task and stage of group formation determined HOW people communicated (e.g. F2F for complex issues, then phone) #lrnchat
20:54 write2tg A2) Recognizing and appreciating diversity and finding a way to make different skills and talent count = better group performance #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A2) Openness and transparency. #lrnchat
20:54 JustStormy a2) i also find it’s good to know your teammate’s passions…you can support and foster what the have faith in #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator RT @melissachess: A2 con’t) Group only good as weakest performer #lrnchat < ? wonder about reciprocal of ‘room smarter than smartest…’
20:55 sifowler A2) A lot of people saying trust, but trust is an outcome … the question is how is trust established/maintained? #lrnchat
20:55 suesiel A2) think you need to set clear expectations and schedule of deliverables are we getting stuff done?#lrnchat
20:55 write2tg A2) Lack of clear communication is perhaps the weakest link in a group performance. Not a weak person but a weak process. #lrnchat
20:55 JustStormy a2) you have to be able to play together…if you can’t have fun as a team, you are sunk #lrnchat
20:55 kregerck RT @LnDDave: A2) A shared understanding of purpose – everyone should not only know what to do, but why it needs to be done. #lrnchat
20:55 gabriellabroady a2) resilience – trust increases this, too. So does humor! #lrnchat
20:55 Quinnovator a2) more women! http://t.co/ju1Dsw7JaY #lrnchat
20:55 JimLundy @Quinnovator hey Clark- I’m on the road- shout out to the #lrnchat team !
20:55 DaveHallmon RT @LnDDave: A2) A shared understanding of purpose – everyone should not only know what to do, but why it needs to be done. #lrnchat
20:55 sifowler A2) also … rhythm … monthly calls, then in btw, mode of communication depends on nature of task (email, phone, video) #lrnchat
20:55 McPherson_CandT RT @stickylearning a2) loose connections with other groups – osmosis between groups #lrnchat
20:55 LnDDave A2) A shared understanding of purpose – everyone should not only know what to do, but why it needs to be done. #lrnchat
20:55 eLearninCyclops RT @JustStormy a2) i also find it’s good to know your teammate’s passions…you can support and foster what the have faith in |Yes! #lrnchat
20:56 theASIDEblog Good group leaders are there to facilitate, not give directives. They are not threatened and recognize the potential members. #lrnchat
20:56 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 eLearninCyclops Q3) Not knowing what the REAL problem is #lrnchat
20:56 melissachess Yes! Thank you! MT @Quinnovator a2) more women! http://t.co/XUkxj2oC1Y #lrnchat
20:56 tomspiglanin RT @lrnchat Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 JustStormy a2) you guys are sounding so stuffy responding to this #lrnchat…. for heaven’s sake #havefun
20:56 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 write2tg I agree! Women, #leanin RT @Quinnovator a2) more women! http://t.co/rxDikcm6rS #lrnchat
20:56 DaveHallmon RT @Quinnovator: a2) more women! http://t.co/ju1Dsw7JaY #lrnchat
20:56 tomspiglanin Q2) Better group performance also results from shared interest, common shared desire for outcome, and willing to make it so #lrnchat
20:56 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 sifowler RT @LnDDave A2) A shared understanding of purpose – everyone should not only know what to do, but why it needs to be done. #lrnchat
20:56 kelly_smith01 Not sure if I want to know to much about other team members other than share passion #lrnchat
20:56 lrnchat Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:56 InstrDesignJobs A2) Shared objectives. Mutual respect. Willingness to forgive. #lrnchat
20:56 MBS_learning Glad you agree! @melissachess I like this too. MT @MBS_learning A2) Unity among multiple talented people rather than uniformity #lrnchat
20:57 bschlenker RT @JustStormy: a2) you guys are sounding so stuffy responding to this #lrnchat…. for heaven’s sake #havefun
20:57 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 Quinnovator a3) negativity, hierarchy, close-mindedness, unclear goals, lack of social awareness, fear #lrnchat
20:57 tomspiglanin A3) Impede group problem-solving? Hidden agendas. #lrnchat
20:57 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 JustStormy a3) conflict of styles, beliefs, viewpoints #lrnchat
20:57 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A3) Good, Fast, and/or Cheep. We can only pick 2. #LRNchat
20:57 write2tg A3) When groups start to solve ‘people’ rather than ‘problems’!🙂 #lrnchat
20:57 MBS_learning A3) Not knowing the essentials versus non-essentials. #lrnchat
20:57 sifowler Internal monologue “that’s a stoopid idea” preventing contribution RT @lrnchat Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 urbie #lrnchat A3 Experts greatly impede progress. Obstinate ones anyway.
20:57 tomspiglanin A3) Impede group problem-solving? Failure to listen. Failure to agree on what the problem is. #lrnchat
20:57 jackietrains True story! RT @JustStormy: a2) you guys are sounding so stuffy responding to this #lrnchat…. for heaven’s sake #havefun
20:57 InstrDesignJobs @LnDDave: A2) A shared understanding of purpose – #lrnchat « Totally agree.
20:57 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 gabriellabroady RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:57 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat
20:58 LnDDave A3) An overwhelming desire to get credit for solving the problem. #lrnchat
20:58 tomspiglanin A3) Impede group problem-solving? A presupposed solution (did someone say we need a course?) #lrnchat
20:58 sifowler RT @Quinnovator RT @tomspiglanin: A3) Impede group problem-solving? Hidden agendas. #lrnchat < hear hear
20:58 LearnerAdvocate A3) business, burocracy and bosses. Ugh. They always rob us of really cool ideas. #lrnchat
20:58 DaveHallmon RT @melsgilbert: #lrnchat a3) bad communication >> Perhaps the #1 problem…
20:58 urbie #lrnchat A3 Lack of diversity can hinder problem solving.
20:58 gabriellabroady a3) fear – of being wrong, of being “different,” of being perceived as negative for pointing out possible alternative solutions #lrnchat
20:58 JustStormy oooh #politics RT @tomspiglanin: A3) Impede group problem-solving? Hidden agendas. #lrnchat
20:58 Quinnovator RT @melsgilbert: #lrnchat a3) bad communication < sorry, what’s that you said?
20:58 GenevieveJanvri First time on tweetChat! Q3) Close-mindedness – agree @quinnovator #lrnchat
20:58 kregerck RT @write2tg: A3) When groups start to solve ‘people’ rather than ‘problems’!🙂 #lrnchat
20:58 LnDDave RT @write2tg: A3) When groups start to solve ‘people’ rather than ‘problems’!🙂 #lrnchat
20:58 melissachess A3) Unclear goals. Too much ego in the room. Distrust. The list could go on and on… #lrnchat
20:58 melsgilbert #lrnchat a3) bad communication
20:58 Quinnovator RT @tomspiglanin: A3) Impede group problem-solving? Hidden agendas. #lrnchat < hear hear
20:59 eLearninCyclops MT @LearnerAdvocate A3) business, burocracy and bosses. They always rob us of really cool ideas #lrnchat | Sumtimes do it & apologize later
20:59 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A3) Too much #RedTape! Then we ask, I thought this was about LEARNING? #LRNchat
20:59 melsgilbert @Quinnovator haha jumping-in the convo from my patio #lrnchat http://t.co/Wg9Jl7SNpf
20:59 urbie @JustStormy #lrnchat Isn’t conflict part of problem solving? Debate, arguing (in a respectful way) views.
20:59 sifowler A3) confusing a problem to be solved with a dilemma that just needs to be managed #lrnchat
20:59 Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A3) An overwhelming desire to get credit for solving the problem. #lrnchat < trying to deny my credit?
20:59 tomspiglanin Oh yes, I see this one often > RT @LnDDave A3) An overwhelming desire to get credit for solving the problem. #lrnchat
20:59 kregerck RT @DaveHallmon: RT @melsgilbert: #lrnchat a3) bad communication >> Perhaps the #1 problem…
20:59 jackietrains A3) Assiduously shooting down ideas. Open, positive energy saves the day every time. #lrnchat
20:59 JustStormy a3) micromanagement and lack of trust among team members #lrnchat
20:59 stickylearning RT @tomspiglanin: A3) Impede group problem-solving? A presupposed solution (did someone say we need a course?) #lrnchat
20:59 gabriellabroady a3) performance systems based on individual merit raises but project teams calling for group success #lrnchat
20:59 McPherson_CandT A3) Competing goals within the group; failure to recognize human capital in group; failure to mobilize resources. #LrnChat
20:59 kregerck A3) Competition, unwilling to compromise. Unwilling to listen and share. #lrnchat
20:59 theASIDEblog Group problem-solving occurs when convening is a sham to show collaboration. #lrnchat
20:59 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a3) no rubric for defining what is a “good idea”. All ideas look like good ideas then and it’s hard to have direction.
20:59 sifowler A3) an inability to sit with non-resolution for a little longer #lrnchat
20:59 suesiel RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing what the REAL problem is #lrnchat
21:00 jbuonora Ego RT:“@lrnchat: Q3) What impedes group problem-solving? #lrnchat”
21:00 JustStormy @urbie not when they refuse to be adults about it…#lrnchat
21:00 suesiel RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A3) Too much #RedTape! Then we ask, I thought this was about LEARNING? #LRNchat
21:00 theASIDEblog If members of a group can’t speak freely, the concept of “group” and “meeting” are lost to formality. #lrnchat
21:00 GenevieveJanvri RT @write2tg A3)The group should not arrive with solutions instead they must generate them together. #lrnchat
21:00 DaveHallmon RT @gabriellabroady: a3) too many cooks in the kitchen…#lrnchat
21:00 write2tg A3) “Solutions” impede problem solving. The group should not arrive with solutions instead they must generate them together. #lrnchat
21:00 jyoti__gupta @tomspiglanin Agree. Some times a good job aid will do ya. #lrnchat
21:00 eLearninCyclops RT @gabriellabroady a3) too many cooks in the kitchen…#lrnchat
21:00 kelly_smith01 Q3) Agreement -Is it an impacting problem? Can we distinguish the problem from other variables? #lrnchat
21:00 MBS_learning A3) Putting personal agenda before people. #lrnchat
21:00 McPherson_CandT RT @tomspiglanin A3) Impede group problem-solving? A presupposed solution (did someone say we need a course?) #lrnchat
21:00 LnDDave A3) An inability to see past “This is how we do things here”. #lrnchat
21:00 InstrDesignJobs A3) Indecisiveness. People pleaser/ass kissers. Time wasters. #lrnchat
21:00 gabriellabroady a3) too many cooks in the kitchen…#lrnchat
21:00 kregerck RT @melissachess: A3) Unclear goals. Too much ego in the room. Distrust. The list could go on and on… #lrnchat
21:01 gabriellabroady RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing others workload, frustrations, abilities… realling not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:01 InstrDesignJobs RT @tomspiglanin: A3) Impede group problem-solving? A presupposed solution (did someone say we need a course?) #lrnchat « yup. So true.
21:01 melsgilbert RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing others workload, frustrations, abilities… realling not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:01 LearnerAdvocate RT @LnDDave: A3) An inability to see past “This is how we do things here”. #lrnchat
21:01 gabriellabroady a3) unnecessary group meetings LOL! #lrnchat
21:01 melsgilbert RT @stickylearning: a3) doing things the way that they’ve always been done #lrnchat
21:01 LearnerAdvocate RT @write2tg: A3) “Solutions” impede problem solving. The group should not arrive with solutions instead they must generate them together. …
21:01 JustStormy @urbie and yes…it works itself eventually, but initially, it can be so painful #lrnchat
21:01 eLearninCyclops Q3) Not knowing others workload, frustrations, abilities… realling not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:01 stickylearning a3) doing things the way that they’ve always been done #lrnchat
21:01 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A3) Close mindedness toward #Innovation #LRNchat
21:02 melsgilbert RT @LnDDave: A3) A lack of understanding the problem. #lrnchat
21:02 sifowler RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing others workload, frustrations, abilities… realling not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:02 urbie @JustStormy #lrnchat Learned at Intel: constructive confrontation.
21:02 getwhatugive A3 ego…opportunist rather than optimist exploiting members weaknesses rather than cultivating their strengths #lrnchat
21:02 Quinnovator RT @write2tg: A3) group should not arrive w/ solutions instead generate them together. #lrnchat < can come w/ ideas, otherwise groupthink
21:02 write2tg Yes, limitations and opportunities MT @eLearninCyclops Q3) ..not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:02 LnDDave A3) A lack of understanding the problem. #lrnchat
21:02 theASIDEblog Debate, arguing, and difference of opinion are a must for good ideation, iteration, and innovation. #lrnchat
21:02 urbie #lrnchat A3 Lack of empathy on the part of problem solvers will #doom the effort.
21:02 sifowler A3) different levels of understanding of the problem, or unequal distribution of information #lrnchat
21:03 tomspiglanin Yep “cuz my way is better” > RT @Tracy_Parish A3) Putting up walls and not being opening to other’s ideas, opinions, perspectives. #lrnchat
21:03 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 gabriellabroady RT @write2tg: RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 _PhotoBloke_ This, with bells on. RT @sifowler A3) different levels of understanding of the problem, or unequal distribution of information #lrnchat
21:03 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 stickylearning a3) solutionism instead of creative collaboration #lrnchat
21:03 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 JustStormy Doesn’t take much to do this MT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing others workload, frustrations, abilities-not knowing each other #lrnchat
21:03 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 tomspiglanin RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:03 InstrDesignJobs RT @melissachess: A3) Unclear goals. Too much ego in the room. Distrust. The list could go on… #lrnchat « Do we work at the same place?
21:03 Tracy_Parish A3) Putting up walls and not being opening to other’s ideas, opinions, perspectives. #lrnchat
21:03 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A3) Spending too much time on TPS Reports > http://t.co/WPO4buihHs #LRNchat
21:03 suesiel “@gabriellabroady: a3) unnecessary group meetings LOL! #lrnchat” true some people can’t work on their own!
21:04 JustStormy a4) allows one to not be the bull in the china shop #EI #lrnchat
21:04 urbie #lrnchat A4 Finally, an easy question. Emotional intelligence (brought to bear on problem solving) is a holistic organic piece.
21:04 tomspiglanin A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:04 melsgilbert #lrnchat a4) helps to look at things with perspective.
21:04 Quinnovator a4) social awareness facilitates problem-solving (again: http://t.co/ju1Dsw7JaY) #lrnchat
21:04 theASIDEblog Problem-solving is part of group work. It’s not always easy, but working through it is what makes it work. #lrnchat
21:04 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A4) It all depends if you have the strongest Emotional Intelligence… #LRNchat
21:04 eLearninCyclops @JustStormy True – ez solution, but so often not done. #lrnchat
21:04 sifowler having both helps! RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:04 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:04 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:04 GenevieveJanvri RT @lrnchat Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:04 JustStormy @urbie ooooh….share…please! #lrnchat
21:05 kelly_smith01 A4) Ease in handling and resolving conflict personally and within the group #lrnchat
21:05 melissachess A4) Emo intelligence lets you step back and cool down if need be. #lrnchat
21:05 jackietrains A4) You probably don’t want to be in a group without good social intelligence. #lrnchat (Or at least I don’t!)
21:05 Quinnovator RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat < elegant
21:05 McPherson_CandT MT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) Not knowing others workload, abilities… not knowing each other … Teams need unstructured together time #LrnChat
21:05 JustStormy @eLearninCyclops I know…crazy, isn’t it? #lrnchat
21:05 LearnerAdvocate A4) understanding what is NOT being said is as, or more, important to understanding what is #lrnchat #silentdiscontent
21:05 suesiel “@sifowler: A3) an inability to sit with non-resolution for a little longer #lrnchat” need to live with the discomfort to innovate
21:05 sifowler A4) less clear how emotional intelligence works in virtual – text-based – group problem solving settings? #lrnchat
21:05 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A4) #DarthVader was an excellent group leader and he had a strong EQ…. #LRNchat
21:05 write2tg RT @Tracy_Parish RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:05 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A4) the willingness and ability to be vulnerable, humility and plain speak – EQ is simple people make it complicated.
21:05 Quinnovator a4) IQ trumped by EQ in controlled study for group problem-solving #lrnchat
21:05 Tracy_Parish RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 LProbus RT @urbie: #lrnchat A4 Finally, an easy question. Emotional intelligence (brought to bear on problem solving) is a holistic organic piece.
21:06 sifowler RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 melsgilbert @Quinnovator the group has more potential than the individual if we can get out of our own way #lrnchat
21:06 Quinnovator a4) knowing how (and when) to communicate, how to help those unhappy/uncertain express themselves, unearthing hidden objections…#lrnchat
21:06 tomspiglanin A4) EI can also help find creative ways around logjams (identify hidden agendas, stubbornness) #lrnchat
21:06 urbie @JustStormy #lrnchat @bschlenker knows too: constructive confrontation + disagree and commit. Ideate, prototype (argue with proof), decide.
21:06 Tracy_Parish A3) Certainly can help you in figuring out if you are part of the problem or the solution. #lrnchat (that sounded cliche)
21:06 eLearninCyclops RT @McPherson_CandT ……. Teams need unstructured together time #LrnChat | Absolutely
21:06 kregerck RT @write2tg: RT @Tracy_Parish RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 theASIDEblog We need to be sensitive to opinions and ideas of the group, especially groups that ask for members. #lrnchat
21:06 suesiel RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 melissachess RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 kregerck A4) Being aware that working with people can be tricky. Assume the best #lrnchat
21:06 gabriellabroady RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:06 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #LrnChat
21:06 sifowler @_PhotoBloke_ Hi David! #lrnchat
21:06 JustStormy RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A4) #DarthVader was an excellent group leader and he had a strong EQ…. #LRNchat
21:06 LnDDave A4) Emotional intelligence improves group work by helping individuals avoid behaviors that degrade overall group performance. #lrnchat
21:07 urbie #lrnchat A4 EQ keeps us coming back, especially during low points. Like Spock saying, “Needs of the one..”
21:07 McPherson_CandT RT @sifowler RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:07 Quinnovator .@melsgilbert: yes, room is smarter than the smartest person in the room* (*if we manage the process right) #Lrnchat
21:07 getwhatugive RT @LnDDave: A4) Emotional intelligence improves group work by helping individuals avoid behaviors that degrade overall group performance. …
21:07 theASIDEblog Passion and emotion are always present, and a group needs to be mindful of others with different approaches. #lrnchat
21:07 gabriellabroady a4) helps one assume good intentions; remember “it’s not about me” in many cases #lrnchat
21:07 write2tg A4) Emotional intelligence can help in better communication and in understanding the fine print🙂 #lrnchat
21:07 jyoti__gupta @suesiel @sifowler So true. Gotta learn to just deal with a little bit of turbulence. #lrnchat
21:07 DaveHallmon RT @melsgilbert: @Quinnovator the group has more potential than the individual if we can get out of our own way #lrnchat
21:07 _PhotoBloke_ RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat
21:07 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q4) How does emotional intelligence help working in groups? #lrnchat
21:07 McPherson_CandT A4) High EI can keep disagreements professional, limit dissenting views being seen unfairly as ad hominem attacks. #LrnChat
21:08 sifowler A4) assuming no-one knows if they have EQ, better to focus on learning how to question assumptions & encourage contributions #lrnchat
21:08 kregerck RT @theASIDEblog: Passion and emotion are always present, and a group needs to be mindful of others with different approaches. #lrnchat
21:08 stickylearning a4) great groups have some creative tension, emotional intelligence helps make that tension OK #lrnchat
21:08 write2tg A4) Emotional intelligence can also help the group moderator add some organized chaos to the discussion. #sayyestothemess #lrnchat
21:08 Quinnovator RT @LearnerAdvocate: @tomspiglanin wow… We’re on the same wavelength tonight, Tom! < group intelligence FTW #lrnchat
21:08 melissachess But true MT@Tracy_Parish: A3) Certainly can help you in figuring out if you are part of the problem or the solution. #lrnchat
21:09 sifowler RT @stickylearning a4) great groups have some creative tension, emotional intelligence helps make that tension OK #lrnchat
21:09 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A4) it’s one thing to know, it’s quite another to behave with intention and be self aware.
21:09 theASIDEblog Emotional intelligence is part of any group. Members bring their point of view from their experiences. They should be noted. #lrnchat
21:09 McPherson_CandT A4) EI = less ego posturing = greater chance of recognizing expertise and knowledge of others. #LrnChat
21:09 kelly_smith01 RT @melsgilbert: What I love about emotional intelligence is that it requires control of your touchy-feely so you can focus intellectually …
21:09 InstrDesignJobs RT @Quinnovator: a4) knowing how (& when) to communicate, how to help those unhappy/uncertain express themselves… #lrnchat « agree 100%
21:09 melsgilbert What I love about emotional intelligence is that it requires control of your touchy-feely so you can focus intellectually #lrnchat
21:09 getwhatugive #lrnchat effective and appropriate application of hard skills is soft skills dependent
21:09 DaveHallmon @urbie #StarTrek reference +1 #LRNchat
21:10 kelly_smith01 Q4) Please just do not test for EQ as a prerequisite for joining the group #lrnchat
21:10 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:10 InstrDesignJobs RT @kregerck: A4) Being aware that working with people can be tricky. Assume the best #lrnchat « #JudgeOthersFavorably
21:10 McPherson_CandT RT @DaveHallmon @urbie #StarTrek reference +1 #LRNchat
21:10 Liz_Hector RT @lrnchat: #lrnchat tonight 8:30 ET 5:30 PT Why should we care about learner beliefs about learning? https://t.co/xCOxBbOB1V
21:10 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:10 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:10 Quinnovator a4) emotional intelligence can make creative friction productive #lrnchat
21:10 lrnchat Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:10 suesiel RT @Quinnovator: .@melsgilbert: yes, room is smarter than the smartest person in the room* (*if we manage the process right) #Lrnchat
21:10 urbie @JustStormy @bschlenker #lrnchat Andy Grove credited with starting constructive confrontation.. https://t.co/BmaT3YCGZx
21:10 JustStormy RT @theASIDEblog: Passion and emotion are always present, and a group needs to be mindful of others with different approaches. #lrnchat
21:10 DaveHallmon RT @OU812Jensen: #lrnchat A4) it’s one thing to know, it’s quite another to behave with intention and be self aware.
21:10 _PhotoBloke_ Emotional intelligence can help you pick your battles and diffuse complex situations #lrnchat
21:10 write2tg RT @sifowler RT @stickylearning a4) great groups have some creative tension, emotional intelligence helps make that tension OK #lrnchat
21:11 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A5) Engagement and excitement by all members of the group #LRNchat
21:11 Quinnovator a5) appropriate settings, build team mentality, value contribution http://t.co/zDW0CHrV16 #Lrnchat
21:11 sifowler Allowing more than one solution to survive long enough to test RT @lrnchat Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 melsgilbert A5) common, shared, immediate need. #lrnchat
21:11 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:11 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #LrnChat
21:11 kregerck RT @melsgilbert: What I love about emotional intelligence is that it requires control of your touchy-feely so you can focus intellectually …
21:11 gabriellabroady RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:12 DaveHallmon RT @melsgilbert: A5) beer #lrnchat >> Dark Beer
21:12 JustStormy a5) purposefully coming together, even when individuals would prefer not to … I find the time spent is actually worthwhile #lrnchat
21:12 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A5) clearly defined roles and expectations if people don’t have that it leaves too much room for ambiguity and status and ego creep
21:12 InstrDesignJobs RT @tomspiglanin: A4) emotional intelligence can help read what’s NOT being said #lrnchat « #ReadingBetweenTheLines
21:12 Quinnovator RT @kregerck: A5) Basic facilitation skills #lrnchat
21:12 melsgilbert A5) fun #lrnchat
21:12 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:12 sifowler RT @melsgilbert A5) beer #lrnchat
21:12 kregerck A5) Basic facilitation skills #lrnchat
21:12 tomspiglanin #LearnerAdvocate I’m always amazed some people always solve problems, others only see them. EI is the difference, IMO #lrnchat
21:12 melsgilbert A5) beer #lrnchat
21:12 GenevieveJanvri A5) in the music world (where I come from) it is about listening. #lrnchat
21:13 melsgilbert Anything that will help people feel more at ease with one another. Ability to freely share perspectives. #lrnchat
21:13 JustStormy amen to that…keep a badminton net at work, and string it across cubiciles…RT @melsgilbert: A5) fun #lrnchat
21:13 Quinnovator RT @melsgilbert: A5) beer #lrnchat < social lubricant
21:13 willconstantine Sorry I couldn’t join tonight busy busy busy! #lrnchat
21:13 LearnGeo Anyone from the #lrnchat community ever been to @SXSWEDU? Good? Feedback or advice would be appreciated? Thanks!
21:13 tomspiglanin A5) Other practices for problem-solving? A good leader who facilitates and guides, builds a team as opposed to directs effort #lrnchat
21:13 Quinnovator a5) sense of humor, good understanding of what works/doesn’t, support from above/below, good role models, facilitation #lrnchat
21:13 write2tg A5) Time, attention, abilities, processes, spaces, roles and responsibilities and communication foster group problem solving #lrnchat
21:13 urbie #lrnchat A5 #DesignThinking #PositiveDeviance goes a long way towards increasing team efficacy
21:13 theASIDEblog Tension isn’t part of every group, but it does surface. Sometimes it’s just deadline stress; sometimes it’s deep rooted. #lrnchat
21:13 LnDDave “@melsgilbert: A5) beer #lrnchat” << nice
21:13 gabriellabroady a5) sometimes just having a big whiteboard and a whole lotta markers helps get everyone involved & excited, less inhibited sharing #lrnchat
21:13 JustStormy RT @sifowler: RT @melsgilbert A5) beer #lrnchat
21:14 write2tg A5) Trust, fun, appreciation, recognition and implementation of the solutions fosters continued positive performance #lrnchat
21:14 melsgilbert “@Quinnovator: RT @melsgilbert: A5) beer #lrnchat < social lubricant” EXACTLY!
21:14 LnDDave A5) a rapidly approaching deadline. #lrnchat
21:14 melissachess A5) Ditto to everything everyone is saying. #lrnchat
21:14 GenevieveJanvri Quick side note for anyone, are we all future and present teachers here? or facilitators? I missed introductions.😦 #lrnchat
21:14 suesiel RT @Quinnovator: a5) sense of humor, good understanding of what works/doesn’t, support from above/below, good role models, facilitation #lr…
21:14 LearnerAdvocate A5) Asking why we wouldn’t do something instead of running to why we would @rhillsites http://t.co/CGwsxztG5l #lrnchat
21:14 gabriellabroady a5) Vision board – what are we here to do? Now, how do we get there? #lrnchat
21:14 McPherson_CandT A5) Problem solving needs to be scaffolded and facilitated through time and mobilized resources, secured by company leadership. #LrnChat
21:14 stickylearning a5) creativity, openess to others ideas and results #lrnchat
21:14 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q5) What other practices foster group problem-solving? #lrnchat
21:14 melissachess RT @OU812Jensen: #lrnchat A5) clearly defined roles and expectations if people don’t have that it leaves too much room for ambiguity and st…
21:14 tomspiglanin A5) and yes @melsgilbert beer is always a good idea😉 #lrnchat
21:14 LnDDave RT @melsgilbert: A5) common, shared, immediate need. #lrnchat
21:14 LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a5) appropriate settings, build team mentality, value contribution http://t.co/zDW0CHrV16 #Lrnchat
21:14 urbie #lrnchat A5 Having someone on the team that can work with Legos, crayons, bailing wire, etc is golden.
21:14 DaveHallmon @LearnGeo @SXSWEDU I have heard nothing but good things! I wish I had the $$ and time to make it. #LRNchat
21:15 JustStormy RT @write2tg: A5) Trust, fun, appreciation, recognition and implementation of the solutions fosters continued positive performance #lrnchat
21:15 tomspiglanin A5) Perspective of finding ways around an obstacle and not gawking at how big it is #lrnchat
21:15 stickylearning RT @Quinnovator: a5) small rewards: snack breaks, meals, takeaways #lrnchat – pizza does it for me!
21:15 suesiel “@LnDDave: A5) a rapidly approaching deadline. #lrnchat” that works!!
21:15 Quinnovator a5) caffeine! #Lrnchat
21:15 kelly_smith01 a5) A leaderless group – no hierarchies – these tend to form on their own and may change depending on the focus of the group #lrnchat
21:15 kregerck RT @write2tg: A5) Trust, fun, appreciation, recognition and implementation of the solutions fosters continued positive performance #lrnchat
21:15 gabriellabroady RT @write2tg: A5) Trust, fun, appreciation, recognition and implementation of the solutions fosters continued positive performance #lrnchat
21:15 _PhotoBloke_ A5)The ability to “fail forward”. You don’t always have to get it right first time. #lrnchat
21:15 Quinnovator a5) proper tools! #lrnchat
21:15 sifowler yep, diff from ‘the boss’ RT @tomspiglanin A5) A good leader who facilitates and guides, builds a team as opposed to directs effort #lrnchat
21:15 Quinnovator a5) small rewards: snack breaks, meals, takeaways #lrnchat
21:15 suesiel RT @melsgilbert: A5) common, shared, immediate need. #lrnchat
21:16 urbie #lrnchat A5 Being creative helps loads too. Short in that area? Check out Creativity: Music to My Ears #MOOC https://t.co/SaiS0CbztQ
21:16 LnDDave A5) inviting outsiders to join the group. #lrnchat
21:16 GenevieveJanvri @sifowler Thanks! Just curious. It’s my first time in a twitter chat! #lrnchat
21:16 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A5) Not working in an field of cubicles? #LRNchat
21:16 InstrDesignJobs A5) Set time limits for discussions/idea generation to foster group problem-solving. #lrnchat « #Constraints
21:16 getwhatugive #lrnchat a responsive and empowering leader…”those who choose to lead must follow”
21:16 GenevieveJanvri RT @Quinnovator a5) small rewards: snack breaks, meals, takeaways #lrnchat – nutella, straight out of the jar🙂
21:16 sifowler @GenevieveJanvri these are folk interested in learning … topic happens to be about learning/working in groups tonight #lrnchat
21:16 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a5) planned time for self-reflection, and re-grouping after. Also, good notetaking (it’s a lost art).
21:16 Quinnovator @stickylearning pizza is a *big* reward!🙂 #Lrnchat
21:16 jackietrains Like it! RT @gabriellabroady: a5) sometimes a whiteboard and a lotta markers helps get everyone involved & excited; less inhibited #lrnchat
21:17 Quinnovator RT @GenevieveJanvri: RT @Quinnovator a5) small rewards #lrnchat – nutella, straight out of the jar🙂 < you and my daughter
21:17 JustStormy @jyoti__gupta planned time…what is that? Teams need to schedule that time. Great reminder. #reflect #lrnchat
21:17 LearnGeo a5 – point/counterpoint, Socratic questioning, collaboration, interpersonal, and facilitation skills can be fostered in groups #lrnchat
21:17 tomspiglanin A5) Food, $10. Beer, $4. Time out having fun with the team, priceless. #lrnchat
21:17 stickylearning RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A5) Not working in an field of cubicles? #LRNchat – I look around & see a field of cubicles🙂
21:17 gabriellabroady a5) sometimes taking a break is the best thing – come back at it with fresh eyes & mind #lrnchat
21:17 suesiel RT @jyoti__gupta: #lrnchat a5) planned time for self-reflection, and re-grouping after. Also, good notetaking (it’s a lost art).
21:17 Quinnovator RT @melsgilbert: “@Quinnovator: A5) beer #lrnchat < social lubricant” EXACTLY! < drinking Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye (RyePA)
21:17 kelly_smith01 RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A5) Not working in an field of cubicles? #LRNchat
21:17 write2tg A5) Leaving the problems and discussions in the room and not bringing it back to work or home fosters group problem solving #lrnchat
21:17 kelly_smith01 RT @LnDDave: A5) inviting outsiders to join the group. #lrnchat
21:18 thatlearningguy RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 jackietrains RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 InstrDesignJobs A5) Everyone in the group should bring a #prototype before commenting on other potential solutions. #lrnchat
21:18 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 McPherson_CandT MT @LnDDave A5) a rapidly approaching deadline—could backfire if scaffolding has not happened in advance. #LrnChat
21:18 kregerck A5) Different perspectives. I purposefully work with those who think differently than I do. #lrnchat
21:18 tomspiglanin RT @lrnchat Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 lrnchat Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:18 DaveHallmon @stickylearning @lrnchat A5) We will always have the #WaterCooler #LRNchat
21:18 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A5) a safe place to explore, learn, get dirty, debate, challenge, test and then go for a beer!
21:18 tomspiglanin @Quinnovator @melsgilbert Nice, Clark. I’ve been watching Ari solo so haven’t started😦 catching up soon. #lrnchat
21:18 JustStormy amen!!
RT @tomspiglanin: A5) Food, $10. Beer, $4. Time out having fun with the team, priceless. #lrnchat
21:18 theASIDEblog A design thinking approach to looking at problems that keeps all points of view on the table opens up a world of possibilities. #lrnchat
21:19 JustStormy a6) I think if anyone on the team is aware of this factor, they could easily move the team #forward #lrnchat
21:19 kelly_smith01 a5) Sometimes group should meet at a neutral location – away from work and worldly distraction – no WiFi? #lrnchat
21:19 stickylearning a6) encourage open collaboration through social networks #lrnchat
21:19 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:19 GenevieveJanvri A6) I am fond of story telling, even if no one is leading. – bring what you know to the table #lrnchat
21:19 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:19 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #LrnChat
21:19 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:19 sifowler @GenevieveJanvri Welcome! …. try http://t.co/kbkEOzDyLv if you haven’t yet … makes it easier #lrnchat
21:19 DaveHallmon RT @InstrDesignJobs: A5) Everyone in the group should bring a #prototype before commenting on other potential solutions. #lrnchat
21:20 sifowler “@Quinnovator a6) knowing what works/doesn’t, sharing knowledge, modeling it, sharing responsibility, ensuring even turn-taking #lrnchat
21:20 InstrDesignJobs RT @LnDDave: A5) inviting outsiders to join the group. #lrnchat « #PerilsOfGroupthink Great technique!
21:20 Quinnovator a6) use known techniques to break out of the box: random juxtaposition, reframe, take another side/position #lrnchat
21:20 urbie #lrnchat A6 Lose the chairs. Raise the height of tables. Bean bags help. Walls on wheels, walls you can write on.. Nice to haves for P/S.
21:20 melissachess A6) By putting right ppl in grp & letting them work their magic. #lrnchat
21:20 McPherson_CandT A6) Scaffolding: mgrs need to set up physical, HR and financial conditions for the success of the problem solvers. #LrnChat
21:20 jackietrains RT @Quinnovator: a6) knowing what works/doesn’t, sharing that knowledge, modeling it, sharing responsibility, ensuring even turn-taking #lr…
21:20 write2tg A6) Facilitator must stay neutral and objective and have a structured process to help group arrive at solutions #lrnchat
21:20 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A6) co-facilitated by a team member or leader demonstrates commitment and importance of moving forward to a solution
21:20 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A6) Being told that the President, CEO, Dean, Chair, and/or upper level management is going to be at the meeting. #LRNchat
21:20 stickylearning RT @kelly_smith01 a5) Sometimes group should meet at neutral location – away from work & worldly distraction – no WiFi? #lrnchat – the pub!
21:20 Quinnovator a6) knowing what works/doesn’t, sharing that knowledge, modeling it, sharing responsibility, ensuring even turn-taking #lrnchat
21:20 LnDDave A5) asking the group to explain the problem in a way a child can understand – simplify it and then look at it differently. #lrnchat
21:20 sifowler That: Be Facilitated. RT @lrnchat Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:21 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a6) use known techniques to break out of the box: random juxtaposition, reframe, take another side/position #lrnchat
21:21 InstrDesignJobs RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can better group problem-solving be facilitated? #lrnchat
21:21 NudgeVillage RT @marciamarcia: Ignoring knowledge workers’ brain health wastes about 170B in the US annually. @marciamarcia @VirginPulse #TChat #lrnchat
21:21 kregerck A6) Agenda with goals, groundrules #lrnchat
21:21 tomspiglanin A6) Facilitate problem-solving: foster an environment where people WANT to speak up and listen, synthesize what any one could not #lrnchat
21:21 melissachess #agreed MT@kelly_smith01: a5) Sometimes group should meet at a neutral location – away from work and worldly distraction –no WiFi? #lrnchat
21:21 jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a6) facilitator breaks down big problem into smaller ones & lets the group solve the smaller ones. Gives problem solving structure.
21:21 write2tg RT @Quinnovator: a6) use known techniques to break out of the box: random juxtaposition, reframe, take another side/position #lrnchat
21:21 JustStormy RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @McPherson_CandT ……. Teams need unstructured together time #LrnChat | Absolutely
21:21 thatlearningguy A6) Take the time to determine group members strengths and weaknesses. Partner different thinkers together. #lrnchat
21:21 NudgeVillage RT @getwhatugive: #lrnchat a responsive and empowering leader…”those who choose to lead must follow”
21:21 kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a6) use known techniques to break out of the box: random juxtaposition, reframe, take another side/position #lrnchat
21:22 Quinnovator RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A6) I am surprised that we have not talked about fostering group member roles… #LRNchat < elaborate!
21:22 tomspiglanin @LearnerAdvocate Sadly not😦 #lrnchat
21:22 write2tg A6) Read this somewhere: Facilitators must be in control, but not controlling #lrnchat
21:22 sifowler Esp if groundrules are decided & agreed by the group RT @kregerck A6) Agenda with goals, groundrules #lrnchat
21:22 Quinnovator a6) squelching: negativity, hierarchy, territoriality #lrnchat
21:22 DaveHallmon @lrnchat A6) I am surprised that we have not talked about fostering group member roles… #LRNchat
21:23 kregerck RT @write2tg: A6) Read this somewhere: Facilitators must be in control, but not controlling #lrnchat
21:23 JustStormy a6) you guys are giving some great nuggets of inspiration. Thanks! #lrnchat
21:23 DaveHallmon @write2tg A facilitators primary objective is to carry the conversation forward & make sure that group work being done🙂 #LRNchat
21:23 LnDDave RT @melissachess: A6) By putting right ppl in grp & letting them work their magic. #lrnchat
21:23 GenevieveJanvri RT @write2tg A6) Read this somewhere: Facilitators must be in control, but not controlling #lrnchat – perfect! #agree
21:23 Quinnovator RT @kregerck: A6) Celebrate! #lrnchat
21:23 McPherson_CandT No WiFi, maybe, but that could cut out a key resource. Id rather solvers bring their world to the tbl. @melissachess @kelly_smith01 #LrnChat
21:23 _PhotoBloke_ a6) Simplification, open sharing of????? knowledge, abolishing fiefdoms #lrnchat
21:23 kregerck A6) Celebrate! #lrnchat
21:23 thatlearningguy This –> RT @DaveHallmon: @lrnchat A6) I am surprised that we have not talked about fostering group member roles… #LRNchat
21:24 LearnGeo A6 – facilitators must be open to different/innovative solutions. Must encourage/cultivate that type thinking to avoid exclusion #lrnchat
21:24 tomspiglanin A6) Today I had to stop two people arguing about an unrelated problem in front of many disinterested others #lrnchat
21:24 InstrDesignJobs A6) To better facilitate group problem-solving, begin with the objectives and work backwards. #lrnchat
21:24 write2tg Sorry folks, have to exit earlier than expected. But like always – it was a fantastic group performance on the chat tonight🙂 #lrnchat
21:24 melissachess A6 con’t) But that may be a hiring issue instead, which is well before grp is formed… #lrnchat
21:25 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?!?!
21:25 lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 kelly_smith01 Q6) Non-facilitation facilitation. Break away from traditional dynamics. #lrnchat
21:25 melissachess @mcpherson_candt Not for every mtg., but maybe a few would be helpful. #nowifi #lrnchat #beingpresent
21:25 Quinnovator a6) use an experienced facilitator! #lrnchat
21:25 OU812Jensen #lrnchat A6) that’s what Six Sigma, Kaizen, Lean Mfg is all about – the tools and process facilitated by leaders – facilitator is a partner.
21:25 DaveHallmon @InstrDesignJobs I thought all learning experiences begin with goals and objectives? #LRNchat
21:25 sifowler I was wondering too… maybe mileage in Belbin’s Team Roles applied to problem solving? RT @DaveHallmon fostering grp member roles #lrnchat
21:25 thatlearningguy Love this. –> RT @InstrDesignJobs: A6) To better facilitate group problem-solving, begin with the objectives and work backwards. #lrnchat
21:26 sifowler A6) Haven’t read it yet but Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There is supposed to be good http://t.co/QRG3L0vdXk #lrnchat
21:26 kelly_smith01 QWrap) Kelly Smith learning person Plano, Texas #lrnchat
21:26 McPherson_CandT Are member roles always important? Under what circumstances are they most important? @thatlearningguy @DaveHallmon @lrnchat #LrnChat
21:26 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:26 DaveHallmon @lrnchat QWrap) But I haven’t finished my beer! #LRNchat
21:26 Quinnovator wow, the #lrnchat group rocked tonite! Thanks to all new and returning participants for another wise and witty session
21:26 thatlearningguy QWrap) Bummer…I missed to much. Looking forward to the transcript. Chi-town L&D signing off. #lrnchat
21:26 gabriellabroady RT @Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?!?!
21:26 InstrDesignJobs RT @Quinnovator: a6) squelching: negativity, hierarchy, territoriality #lrnchat « examples of #TrustDestructors
21:26 gabriellabroady a6) what about problem solving when no “facilitator” is present? #lrnchat
21:26 tomspiglanin Got one in mind?😉 And of course it’s skill over experience RT @Quinnovator a6) use an experienced facilitator! #lrnchat
21:27 OU812Jensen #lrnchat QWrap get back to basics keep it simple minimize status and ego, be humble, vulnerable take risks, heart vs. head – be real
21:27 theASIDEblog No one likes to be patronized. If it’s a group discussion, let it unfold. Sometimes fresh air is what is needed to move forward. #lrnchat
21:27 getwhatugive The quest for certainty blocks the search for meaning. Uncertainty is the very condition to impel man to unfold his powers.E.Fromm #lrnchat
21:27 McPherson_CandT RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #LrnChat
21:27 tomspiglanin G’nite all US tweeps, D’day down under. Pleasure chatting with you all tonight, and look to catch you again soon! #lrnchat
21:27 kregerck RT @thatlearningguy: Love this. –> RT @InstrDesignJobs: A6) To better facilitate group problem-solving, begin with the objectives and work…
21:27 GenevieveJanvri Wrap) Hi! I’m Genevieve. I am studying Music Education. This is my first time in a twitter chat. I play clarinet. #lrnchat
21:27 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:27 melissachess Wrap) Melissa from Canberra Australia. Expat ID wrkng as SUP instructor & enjoying southern summer.😀 #lrnchat
21:27 LnDDave A6) be a chef: find the right ingredients, know when to combine them, and recognize when things need to heat up or cool down. #lrnchat
21:27 urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:27 sifowler RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:28 melissachess Thanks all for a wonderful chat! #lrnchat
21:28 McPherson_CandT AWrap: Vance McPherson, L&D specialist who loves bringing educational psychology to bear on organizational challenges. #LrnChat
21:28 Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A6) be a chef: find the right ingredients, know when to combine them, and recognize when things need to heat up or cool down. …
21:28 gabriellabroady qwrap) Gabriella-Yellow Giraffe Learning: sticking my neck out everyday 2 work toward best learner exp possible w/in constraints #lrnchat
21:28 urbie RT @Quinnovator: wow, the #lrnchat group rocked tonite! Thanks to all new and returning participants for another wise and witty session
21:28 LearnerAdvocate Qwrap) Angel Green, enjoyed #lrnchat as always. Join me next week at my webinar on #gamification of learning, http://t.co/R5j7yrDLq7
21:28 stickylearning Michael, Melbourne Australia: great #lrnchat, now off for a solo run after a session on the importance of groups – we all need balance🙂
21:28 urbie #lrnchat Awrap urbie delgado, instructional designer, urbie dot com, #LowNoCostPD Engaging with educators 2/22 at #EdcampAwesome
21:28 InstrDesignJobs RT @thatlearningguy: Love this. –> RT @InstrDesignJobs: A6) To better facilitate group problem-solving, begin with the objectives and work…
21:28 Quinnovator awrap: Clark Quinn, blogger at http://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R, author (new tome coming soon)/speaker/consultant, L&D revolutionary #Lrnchat
21:29 DaveHallmon @lrnchat AWrap) I am a dad, designer, & developer and trying to make a living by also being an undergraduate adjunct instructor. #LRNchat
21:29 gabriellabroady RT @melissachess: Thanks all for a wonderful chat! #lrnchat
21:29 sifowler QWrap) Simon Fowler, Boston. If interested in an effective (& non-emotive) framework for assessing strength of relationships, DM me #lrnchat
21:29 McPherson_CandT First time here, and had a great time. Looking forward to next week. #LrnChat
21:29 thatlearningguy @McPherson_CandT @DaveHallmon @lrnchat Truly depends on the objectives. Objectives define the circumstances. No silver bullet. #lrnchat
21:29 KolisoNews RT @gabriellabroady: qwrap) Gabriella-Yellow Giraffe Learning: sticking my neck out everyday 2 work toward best learner exp possible w/in c…
21:29 GenevieveJanvri This was awesome! Very #educational on many fronts. Such a pleasure tweeting with you! #lrnchat
21:29 kregerck RT @McPherson_CandT: RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #LrnChat
21:30 getwhatugive #lrnchat John Chase 7-12 teacher NY and co-admin The Art of Learning https://t.co/n1U0bbglxw
21:30 kregerck Qwrap) Christine Kreger…focusing interactive webinars and library maker spaces in my job right now. #lrnchat
21:30 _PhotoBloke_ RT @stickylearning: Michael, Melbourne Australia: great #lrnchat, now off for a solo run after a session on the importance of groups – we a…
21:30 LnDDave Good night #lrnchat. David from NY signing off. If interested, check out my latest blog post on learning cultures: http://t.co/8xL7FYDaTD
21:30 lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at http://t.co/ijNIXq164N