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Active Replay: Celebrating What Happened

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This process creates a re-enactment and a narrative of a success to celebrate and understand it. This is part of the Active Replay suit of methods.

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Goal

1. Celebrating a success (and appreciating more about what contributed to the success)
2. Helping people to see the serious side of a humorous incident (or vice-versa)
3. Agenda-raising (using an action replay as a sweep search for issues to review)

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Materials

    Instructions

    When a larger group should celebrate a success of the whole group or a subgroup, the following can be used.


    During

    1. For each team sharing their success divide the team into two sub groups.
    2. One subgroup takes the roles (people, objects, places, etc.) and re-enacts what the success was and happened to contribute to the success.
    3. The other team members narrate the story of the success or clarify why it happened, how it happened, what the outcomes were and the conclusion.
    4. Lead a discussion about the success.

    Background

    Source: Roger Greenway, see article

    Derived from: An earlier version of this appeared in Bulletin, Group Relations Training Association, (1983). This version was revised in 1996 as a handout for reviewing skills training. It includes references to material that now appears in 'Playback: A Guide to Reviewing Activities' (1993), published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in association with Endeavour Scotland, and written by Roger Greenaway.

    Recognizable components: This is part of the Active Reviewing suite of methods.

    References: http://reviewing.co.uk/actrev.htm#axzz4Wc1wxBSS

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    • Can be fun and certainly good reflection.

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