Interpersonal And Objection To The Online Desert Survival Situation
Phase III Exercise Analysis + Debrief
[pic] When granted access, review the Expert's rankings
[pic]This module information describes the facts behind the Desert Survival Situation and presents the expert's ranking of the 15 items, as well as the rationale for the ranking. To support the presentation of these facts, two digitized video segments are available in this section, the former presents the facts as they appear in text and the latter depicts the expert's ranking and rationale. The videos require the Real Network video plug-in.
[pic] Review the Scoring Reports.
[pic] The instructor will then summarize all team results, explain the rationale behind the team formation, and facilitate a discussion and learning points from the exercise in the course threaded discussion area. I will also provide you with the results of the Groups Styles Inventory.
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Consensus is a cooperative process in which all group members develop and agree to support a decision that is in the best interest of the whole. In consensus, the input of every member is carefully considered and there is a good faith effort to address all legitimate concerns.
Consensus has been achieved when every person involved in the decision can say: “I believe this is the best decision we can arrive at for the organization at this time, and I will support its implementation.”
What makes consensus such a powerful tool? Simply agreeing with a proposal is not true consensus. Consensus implies commitment to a decision. When group members commit to a decision, they oblige themselves to do their part in putting that decision into