Orientation assignments


Orientation
assignments

Assignment 1: Complete by 7 February 2024

Step 1  – Part 1

Individually click the technology survey button on the right and answer the questions (help each other to do this on their computer).  The survey will open in a new tab.

Step 2  – Part 2

Click the button to download the Assignment template.  After the onboarding session, complete part 2 of the assignment as a group and present on 7 Feb.  The assignment will download on your computer.

Assignment 2: Complete by 7 February 2024

GBVF 101

Complete the lessons in GBVF 101 Safeguarding landmark.   Find the landmark under “My courses” 

Assignment 3 : Complete by 12 February 2024 (Team assignment)

Mentimeter version of the Client Satisfaction Survey

Create a Mentimeter version of your survey by Monday to be discussed between team leaders on Tuesday, 13 Feb.

  1.  Go to www.mentimeter.com and open a free account.
  2. You can start with a blank presentation.
  3. Watch the video below and create your survey.  You will most likely only use “multiple choice” and “open-ended” questions.
  4. If your first question was about which court people were helped at, you need to segments all your other questions based on courts.  See how to do this in the youtube LINK>>
  5. Lastly click on share (top right) extend the duration to 14 days and then you can share the link or code or QR code with people to complete the survey.
Call or WhatsApp Alrien if you need help!
 

Thought starter reflection questions

Jot down thoughts on these questions – to the extent they are relevant to your experience at the session:
  • When did the mood in the event shift from “why are we here?” to “this could be interesting – I am excited to be part of this.” What triggered this shift? 
  • When did you have to go “off script” on the agenda or to change the agenda? What triggered this? What did you adjust? How did it go?
  • What was most surprising to you at the event?
  • What new insights did you gain about the issue at hand, and about the way leaders in the system interacted with each other?
  • Where did the conversation get stuck? What got it unstuck?
  • How would you characterise the level of trust among participants in the meeting? To what extent did this shift as the meeting progressed? To what do you attribute this shift, if indeed it happened?

Thought starter...

Reflection Questions 

Jot down thoughts on these questions – to the extent they are relevant to your experience at the session:

  • When did the mood in the event shift from “why are we here?” to “this could be interesting – I am excited to be part of this.” What triggered this shift? 
  • When did you have to go “off script” on the agenda or to change the agenda? What triggered this? What did you adjust? How did it go?
  • What was most surprising to you at the event?
  • What new insights did you gain about the issue at hand, and about the way leaders in the system interacted with each other?
  • Where did the conversation get stuck? What got it unstuck?
These are 100-Day Challenge Mentors. 

They did some work before you received the Challenge Note. This included:

  • Writing the Challenge Note, and making sure that the leaders of all the organisations represented on the team are comfortable with it – and committed to supporting the work of the team
  • Helping the leaders of these organisation recruit you and your colleagues to the team
  • Gathering some baseline data and other information that will help you and your teammates set your 100-Day goal and develop your plan.
  • Making sure all the preparations are made for a successful Lift-Off workshop, when you and your teammates will meet and get your 100-Day Challenge started. This includes venue, facilitation support, food, swags, comms, travel arrangements and whatever else is needed.

 

Mentors will participate in all or part of the Lift-Off Workshop, mostly at the start to provide context and answer questions, and at the end to give you and your teammates feedback about the goal and plan you develop.

During the 100 days following the Lift-Off Workshop, here’s what the Mentors will do:  

  • They will check in every two weeks with the team leaders to see how the team is doing and what support they and the team need.
  • They will keep other organisational leaders informed and engaged during the 100 days, and pull them in to help as needed.
  • They will participate in the last part of the Refuelling Workshop, halfway through the 100 days, to see what additional support the team needs, and to begin to plan with the team for sustainability and scale-up.
  • They will work with the team at the Sustainability Workshop to finalise recommendations on sustaining the results and building on the work of the team.