Example One-Hour Program
Men and women need to know direct and indirect methods of influence, and they need to be able to adapt quickly and easily to differences in the person they’re trying to influence. An adaptive, flexible stance to understanding and influence is clearly more advantageous than a fixed, oppositional stance.
—Judith Tingley (1994, p. 14)
This chapter provides two example programs. The facilitator may select either program or choose other discussions and exercises from previous chapters to form alternate one-hour programs. Once the facilitator has decided on the focus or theme for the program, she ...