October Virtual Event with Dick Orth - Thursday, October 22nd, Start Time: 6:30 PM EST
A focused conversation method for leaders -- ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional)
ORID is a holistic, natural discussion method that provides people with a structure for conducting a focused conversation. This powerful, yet simplistic four-step method creates forward movement towards a point of decision. Lead effective, focused conversations with teams that produce intelligent, meaningful decisions. ORID is a means of escaping the quagmire of rambling, unproductive conversations and meetings. The conversation is led by a discussion leader who takes the group through a natural series of questions that leads to decision-making. Through this discussion method, participants listen to each other's perceptions, gain a broader and deeper understanding of a common experience, explore implications and develop a plan to move forward.
In this session we will identify the steps of the ORID method, identify effective questions to ask when using each of the ORID steps, and apply the ORID method to a variety business and personal conversations.
|Event Date||10-22-2020 6:20 PM|
|Event End Date||10-22-2020 8:00 PM|
|Registration Start Date||10-09-2020|
|Cut off date||10-22-2020 6:00 PM|
|Individual Price||Virtual Event - No Cost|
Richard (Dick) Orth has over 30 years’ experience at IBM in Owego and Endicott, NY as a change leader, facilitator, trainer and leadership coach. He has led hundreds of organizational change engagements by developing capabilities in collaborative problem-solving, team-based decision-making, process facilitation, emotional intelligence and conflict resolution. Since retiring from IBM in 2017, Dick is now an independent learning consultant, continuing his role as a change leader, facilitator, and trainer. Dick has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from New York University and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He is a certified ACT (Accelerate Change Together) facilitator and a graduate of the Technical Leadership Program at Binghamton University. Dick is a volunteer community mediator for over 20 years at ACCORD – a Center for Dispute Resolution, and is on the Boards of Directors for several community non-profit organizations. He is a speaker at both Broome Leadership Institute (BLI) and Leadership Tioga, in addition to other community organizational engagements.