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Appendix I - 14172_243
effective   technique   during   production   review   and planning.  Ask  open-ended  questions  designed  to stimulate conversation. Let RINCs arrive at their own conclusions about what went wrong or right. Ask for ideas  from  other  RINCs  when  problems  surface  from  a RINC who needs input. Joint problem solving is usually helpful to others in the group who can put the offered solutions to work in their stations, as well. By guiding the conversation, instead of monopolizing it, you are building  teamwork  and  fostering  ownership.  Let everyone have a piece of the pie. SITUATIONAL  MEETINGS Occasionally,  you  may  need  to  hold  situational meetings. You may need to get all RINCs together for special  training  or  brainstorming.  You  may  want  to meet with all of those not yet qualified under the RQS. Plan and prepare for these situational meetings as you would a zone meeting. Make sure a meeting is needed then plan your agenda. 9-8

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