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Feedback models

Feedback models

Handling challenges at group meetings 

by using sensitive feedback models

 

Whole Message Model

The WMM works on the principle that feedback has one purpose: learning. Telling people something does not amount to them “learning” anything. The WMM separates evaluation from the situation and the person at hand by organizing feedback along the following four steps:

  • Observation (giving my facts)
  • Thought (what I believe the consequences of these facts are)
  • Feeling (worried? pleased?)
  • Action (“What we can do is...” “What do you think?”)

As the FIRO Threory (Schutz 1958) shows, it a normal part of a group process, that the mood of the group, which initially was enthusiastic and harmonical, changes to skepticism and even conflicts when roles and goals need to be defined.

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Using this WMM to evaluate the past days of our meeting in Spisska Kapitula/ Slovakia, we found that our greatest needs were to detemine:

This was followed by a round of evaluations from the past two days, using the whole-message model on a group scale. The group offered a considerable amount of feedback. We found that our greatest needs were to determine:

  • the direction of the program and what specifically we would like to accomplish.
  • the aspirations and motivations of the project members and organizations.
  • how we are going to work together and rules for creating rules during the process.
  • how we are going to create space for intercultural communication.
  • what our people+process+product are.

We decided to reflect on what we experienced and how this personal experience can be used in facilitation.

 

 

See-Think-Wonder

This feedback model can be used as a temporary download in case of tension. Feedback giver organizes feedback according with the phrases “I see” “I think” “I wonder”.

Last changed by Sabrina Tschiche on 24/09/2010

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    NICO-F
    Network of Intercultural Communication Organizations on Facilitation

  • Your host is

    Matthias Bär

  • Created on

    16/12/2009

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