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2. Common Vectors used in a Symbolic Modelling Change Process


'Stages 1-5' below refer to The Five Stage Process described in detail in Metaphors in Mind.



* Vectors in orange together constitute our (now superceded) coaching model: 'A Clean Framework for Change'.

STAGE 1 ENTRY
Clean start (set up)*
Identify a desied Ouctome statement
*
From a map (drawing) into space
 
STAGE 2 DEVELOP SYMBOLIC PERCEPTIONS
Develop a desired Outcome Landscape *
Identify Outcome achievement evidence / criteria
Select from multiple desired Outcomes

Develop a landscape which includes Resource's, Explanations, Problems and Remedy's
- Developing a Resource
- Sourcing a Resource
- Finding what’s problematic about the Problem
- Developing a Remedy

General Developing Vectors
- Feeling to metaphor
- Embodying a perception / Encouraging psychoactivity
- Going live

STAGE 3 MODEL PATTERNS
Model the patterns and logic within and across perceptions
- Explore the effects/ecology of desired Outcome on the wider system *
- Identify a sequence
- Elicit causality
- Test logic of Explanations
- When the Remedy is the Problem
- Incompatible desired outcomes (e.g. Problem binds)

STAGE 4 ENCOURAGE CONDITIONS FOR CHANGE
Make use of the 7 Approaches
- Concentrating attention
- Attending to wholes
- Broaden attention
- Lengthening Attention
- Identifying conditions necessary for change *
- Introducing Resources
- Attending to Adjacency
 
STAGE 5 MATURE CHANGES
When a Change occurs, mature it *
Evaluate progress by reviewing against actual outcomes
Clean finish *

Assignments

Note:
Because Symbolic Modelling is a modelling-based process, none of the vectors used are about the facilitator having an outcome to make a change happen.

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