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Scenario: Door

As an action learning coach, how would you handle the following situation: At the start of the session a participant gets up and closes a door.

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    Pei Zheng

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    The participant‘s behavior neither violate the rules, nor affect the process of the meeting. But as a coach, there may be some factors behind his behavior, such as the field environment or the sense of security. I will pay attention to him/her in the upcoming meeting.

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    Roberta Gamboa

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    I noticed that someone closed the door. Has anyone else noticed? What is the impact when decisions are made without consulting the group. How will we ensure the consensus of this group for all decisions?

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    Cherry Ge

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    Due to the start of the session, so I wouldn’t do any intervention. But I would pay attention to the team especially the member who close the door. Maybe there would be some learning moments during the meeting.

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    Ng Sin Ain

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    This is at the start of the session, I do not see the need for any intervention. Firstly, I would observe how do the team members responding to the action? Keeping this action at the back of my mind, and proceed with the session as normal.

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    Hu Jie

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    Observe the impact of the closing action, if it is positive , don’t interfere with it; and if it is negative, correct it

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    Savin Oeun

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    I will ask the team that where should our session run better?

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