You have the sequence right. The presenter/issue holder doesn't have to say anything other than thank you to everyone - but they ususally make some comment about what has been particularly useful. As fpr timings: the presenter should be able to state the request in about 2 minutes; clarification should take no more than about 5 minutes (though we often find this is the most contentious part: is this really clarification or advice in disguise?!); affirms take just a minute or two as everyone in the reflecting team mentions just one thing which has impressed them; the reflection/comments pase takes as long as you have or continues until everyone has passed. Do let us know how it goes. Jenny
0 · May 13
Hi all, I'm planning to use a reflecting team for casework this week. I'd really appreciate it if someone could set me on the right path with the sequence to follow.
I know the person describes the case/issue first
then participants ask clarifying questions if needed
then is there a round of affirms, followed by a round of comments?
and then does the person with the case/issue make some comments/give feedback on usefulness...
Also, the timing for each of these seems quite important, so maybe some guidance on this..
0 · May 13