Intro Business Describe And Explain The Five Basics For Mining Group Gold Roles Of Primary Secondary Facilitator Why Is It

Describe and explain the five basics for Mining Group Gold. Describe and explain the roles of the primary and secondary facilitator. Why is it important to switch hats when in one of these roles? Describe and explain what is meant by safe-guarding and gate opening. How do both ideas empower all members of a group? What are the steps to dealing with emotions during a session or meeting? Describe and explain how you believe the Mining Group Gold process will improve teamwork, empowerment, and effective communication


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    Mining group gold is a team process and meeting management process, its sole purpose is to leverage the bined wisdom, experience and ideas of each team member 
    The five basic steps for mining group gold are
    *) Determine the purpose of the session or meeting
    *) Determine the desired outes of the session or meeting
    *) Assign the roles of facilitator, scribe and timekeeper
    *) Set the agenda
    *) Establish the time allocation for each item on the agenda
    Mining group gold is designed for teams or group of individuals to maximize and capitalize on their collective effort in a decision meeting venue Who will perform the roles of facilitators, time keeper and Scribe; the agenda of the meeting; time allotted to each agenda in the meeting (Kayser, ****, p*)
    
    In meetings there are two different facilitators, Primary facilitator and secondary facilitator Role of Primary facilitator is to ensure that group meeting is going on properly basically primary facilitator manages the meetings Primary facilitator is playing * roles at a time, one of manager of meeting and second of contributing to meeting Everyone else except Primary facilitator in the meeting is Secondary facilitator who will only be contributing in the meeting  It is important to switch hats when in one of the roles because Primary facilitator is expected ensure that role switching is done properly in the meeting and he should also give his personal ideas, opinions in the discussion of the meeting as a contributor (Kays*** ***** * * *** ** 
    
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