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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 17 Tips for Trainers: dominance and submission

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 17 Tips for Trainers: dominance and submission Objective on the floor half way through the exercise and the submissive person to take the To enhance awareness of verbal and non-verbal chair. expressions of dominance and submissiveness. 4. Brief the observers to look out for verbal and non-verbal expressions of dominance and submission (such as tone and volume of voice, body position, posture, eye contact, awareness of other people, communication, interrupting or ignoring etc.) This can be done quickly by asking all the others to look away and showing a large sheet of paper with brief instructions and cues or indicators of dominance or submissiveness. 5. Allow five minutes for the talking and dominating phase, then ask the observers to give feedback to their groups. Ask the observer to particularly note changes in roles that accompany moving from the chair to the floor and vice versa. Time 6. To add interest and a range of learning, feedback from the different groups of 15 - 20 minutes three can be merged by combining into groups of six people. Procedure 7. Conclude with a plenary discussion eliciting key points. 1. Ask participants to form groups of three. ...

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