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Facilitator Guide 2017 FINAL

Brotherhood Session: The

Brotherhood Session: The Discipline to Commit Day Two: 9:00-10:15am Objectives • Illuminate the challenges to committing to the idea of starting with why • Provide positive examples and strategies for committing to the core purpose 5/5 Welcome / Good Morning Presenter should start the day off with an upbeat energizer. 45/50 Win as Much as You Can Needs: WB Page 15 X / Y laminated cards Presenter should break the group up into 8 smaller groups of 8-10 participants per group. This morning we are going to start with a game. The title of the game is the same as the goal, and that is “To Win as Much as You Can”. It is very simple – you are trying to win as much as you can. This game will consist of 10 rounds, and during each round, each of your groups will need to make a simple choice – X or Y. Based on the collective choices of all groups, there is a payout structure as follows 1X and 7Y’s = X’s wins 7 points, Y’s lose 1 point 2X’s and 6Y’s = X’s win 6 points, Y’s lose 2 points 3X’s and 5Y’s = X’s win 5 points, Y’s lose 3 points 4X’s and 4Y’s = X’s win 4 points, Y’s lose 4 points 5X’s and 3Y’s = X’s win 3 points, Y’s lose 5 points 6X’s and 2Y’s = X’s win 2 points, Y’s lose 6 points 7X’s and 1Y = X’s win 1 point, Y’s lose 7 points 8X’s = X’s lose 1 point 8Y’s = Y’s win 1 point On page 15 of your workbook, is the scorecard for your small group that shows this scoring system. There are only three rules to follow in this game: • You may not communicate with any members of a team other than your own unless you are given specific permission to do so. • Each team or group must agree on a single choice for each round • You may not reveal your group’s choice until I tell you to do so. What’s the name of the game? That’s right – “Win as Much as You Can” There are 10 rounds. We will begin with round 1; please mark your choice X or Y for round 1. After one minute has elapsed, ensure that each group marks their choice on their scoreboard. Have each group share their decisions one at a time. Record the scores on the large scoreboard. Participants should mark their score card on the tally sheet for round 1 according to the payoff schedule. 13

Ask participants if they have any questions about the scoring. The response to all answers should be “the name of the game is “Win as Much as You Can”” Round 2-4 are held in the same fashion as round 1. Round 5 is a bonus round. You will not that your tally sheet indicates that all amounts won or lost during this round will be multiplied by three. Before I ask you to mark your choice for this round, I am going to let you discuss this phase of the activity with the other members of the large group. You have three minutes. After 3 minutes have passed, provide each group one minute make their choice after reminding them the rules are now in effect. Rounds 6 and 7 are conducted in the same fashion as rounds 1-4. Round 8 is conducted in the same fashion as round 5, with the bonus value increased to 5 times the score. Round 9 is conducted in the same fashion as rounds 1-4 and 6-7 Round 10 is conducted in the same fashion as rounds 5 and 8 with the bonus value increased to 10 times the score. After all 10 rounds, presenter should ask each small group to tally and report their cumulative score. • How did we do? • How do you feel right now? • What was the “you” in “Win as much as you can”? • How did the behavior of others reveal their perspective in this? • What role did competition play in this activity? Presenter should now add up the net score for the large group by adding up all of the reported scores. It is possible for the group to achieve a score of 200 by each of them achieving a score of 1 on each round – if every group chose y, every time. • How did the overall score compare with the possible overall score? • Did we “Win as Much as We Can?” • When did you begin to realize the overall goal? • What role did trust and discipline, and clarity play in this? • Did you, at any point, realize you could change your outcome? If so, what did you do? As we are thinking about and refining our Why, the hardest part of the process is not finding and understanding that, it is the discipline to never veer from the cause, to hold ourselves accountable to HOW you do things. Understanding HOW gives greater ability to find and inspire the people and partners who will thrive in working with you and Phi Mu Delta. Everything leading up to this activity, we discussed our WHY, our values, and our defining moment in our lives. • How does this activity reflect your personal values or decisions? • How were your actions in the activity congruent or incongruent with those conversations? • How are our values demonstrated to the world? 14

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