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Pre-session work for The Five Behaviors: Personal Development

Pre-session work for The Five Behaviors: Personal Development

Debriefing The Five Behaviors: Personal Development profile is pretty straight-forward. The report is easily understood by participants. The strength of the training really comes from exploring all the concepts in the profile.

Do get participants to go beyond a surface reading of their reports, try this exercise as either pre-work for the session (if they get their reports early) or during the session. The additional time and privacy available for a person to do this as pre-work makes that option a bit more effective.

Responses to The Five Behaviors: Personal Development

Ask each participant to consider their reactions as they read their report and to record the following:

AHA: These are reactions that elicit an aha or of course reaction. They can be something they knew, but just hadn’t expressed or understood in quite the way as the report presents.

HMM: Some statements will make a participant stop and wonder. It might be about the accuracy of the statement or a question that occurs to them while reading.

WOH: This is a reaction that stops the reader in their tracks. It’s an insight they really want to remember and perhaps share with their team(s).

Using different colored post-its or pens makes this easier.

More responses to The Five Behaviors: Personal Development

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Participants can use these notes during discussions in the training as presented in The Five Behaviors: Personal Development Facilitation Kit. That discussion will be all the richer for this prior review of their own reports.

Afterwards you can ask people to post their AHA, WOH, and HMM post-its to a shared board. (They can re-write the notes to make them more anonymous or for clarity.) Then as a follow-up to the session, you can send them an image of each of these boards with a reminder to continue incorporating what they learned into their daily interactions with others.

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