IAF Methods

Ask the group for input in a conflict

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Asking the group to address disruption or conflict in a group

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Goal

To move the discussion from between the facilitator and the disruptive person to the group and the disruptive person.

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Materials

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Instructions

Before

Setting: none

Number of participants: 6-50

Time needed: a few minutes

Pre-Work Required: none

Type of Facilitator-Client Relationship: any

During


1. A person is voicing dissatisfaction with the program.

2. The facilitator says, "You've raised an interesting point, (the name of the person), what do others think??" 

3. A discussion follows that allows this to be handled at a peer level.

4. The process needs to be observed and facilitated to keep it from becoming an argument.

5. When the person either agrees to leave or to participate in a more helpful manner, the facilitator moves on in the process.

After

Follow-Up Required: none

Background

Derived from: Presented in Training-Ideas Listserve by Chris Hutcheson -- see attachment "Disruptive Person"

History of Development: unknown

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  • Great to get the group to solve the problem. It may be tricky to keep the discussion civil and constructive. The Focused Conversation method could be helpful here.

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