《親愛的，我老了~與時間對話特展》專案榮獲IAF國際引導者協會所頒發的2016年引導影響力金牌獎 (Gold Facilitation Impact Award)。這項殊榮肯定台灣高齡化政策暨產業發展協會與朝邦基金會的跨界合作，透過此展覽活動，讓引導與對話的精神與能力得以彰顯，並讓老化的議題可以在跨世代中透過對話與引導，被深刻的討論，並激發未來的改變行動。
A. 組織效益 —
B. 引導的運用 —
C. 有品質的引導 —
D. 合作的文化 —
E. 專業地位 –
F. 特殊狀況 –
國際引導者協會的引導影響力獎(Facilitation Impact Awards)倡議的整體目標是：
台灣高齡化政策暨產業發展協會 – 楊志良 理事長
朝邦文教基金會 引導師：吳咨杏，CPF 張桂芬，CPF 薛碧雯，CPF 陳明勇
《親愛的，我老了~與時間對話特展》展覽是由非營利組織台灣高齡化政策暨產業發展協會(AAA)所規劃，希望能夠提升大眾對於高齡化議題的認知。台灣高齡化政策暨產業發展協會與德國社會企業(Dialogue Social Enterprise – DSE)合作，在台灣舉辦《親愛的，我老了~與時間對話特展》。這是亞洲第一個推出此展的國家。
CP Yen Foundation wins 2016 Gold Facilitation Impact Award !
“Project Dialogue with Time has received a 2016 Gold Facilitation Impact Award given by the International Association of Facilitators. This award celebrates a crowning achievement by Active Aging Association and CP Yen Foundation, and illustrates how facilitation and collaborative techniques can make the difference between success and failure.
2016 FIA nominations were submitted from organizations across the world. Out of the 40 facilitative initiative nominations received from businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organisations from around the world, 21 received awards: 3 Platinum, 5 Gold and 13 Silver. The Project “ Honey , I am old-Dialogue with Time” wins a Gold award. The project organized by AAA and Facilitators- Jackie Chang, Tara Hsueh, Vincent Chen and Jorie Wu from CP Yen Foundation were the awarded facilitators. CP Yen Foundation is the first organization received FIA award in Taiwan.
“The Facilitation Impact Awards celebrate the power of collaboration,” says Kimberly Bain, past Global Chair of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). The IAF is the organisation behind the Facilitation Impact Awards. “We now have concrete proof that group facilitation and group process methodologies yield significant results. When we look at the metrics [shown in the submissions], we see higher levels of stakeholder buy-in, and now, for the first time ever, we can show measurable, impactful results! And, across almost every project, a set of intangible results that indicated an elevated level of self-esteem, confidence, attitudes, and effectiveness of those participating in these facilitative events. ” she says.
THE FIA Judging Criteria Summary
A. Organizational Benefits —
What outcomes and/or results were achieved? How did these outcomes help the organisation achieve one or more of its most important goals? ( tangibles and intangibles)
B. Facilitation Utilization —
To what degree was facilitation integral to the success of the project and why?
C. Quality Facilitation —
To what extent did the facilitation align with IAF’s six core facilitator competencies and 18 sub-competencies?
D. Collaborative Culture —
To what degree has the nominated organisation integrated collaborative processes into its culture? How broadly are employees and stakeholders involved in facilitated processes? What skilled resources does the organisation have or make available?
E. Professional Standing –-
Indicate if a facilitator who was significantly involved in the project has professional standing at the time of submission/evaluation as a member of the International Association of Facilitators or as a Certified Professional Facilitator.
F. Special Circumstances —
What unique and/or challenging situations, if any, were managed or overcome during the session? What were they, and how were they addressed? (e.g., dealing with an emergency during the session)
Facilitation Impact Awards
The overall purpose of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) Facilitation Impact Awards initiative is to:
- Promote the awareness of the role of facilitation in achieving positive, impactful results;
- Reward the use of facilitation within organisations and communities;
- Recognize excellence in facilitation practices;
- Acknowledge outstanding contributions by IAF members; and
- Promote IAF and its conferences as vehicles for advancing the profession of facilitation.
In keeping with the spirit of the IAF, the Facilitation Impact Awards is a non-competitive, inclusive awards programme designed to highlight how organisations have successfully used facilitation to bring about positive and valuable impact.
Taiwan Active Aging Association
CP Yen FoundationProject: Dialogue With Time in Taiwan
Location: Taipei City, Taiwan, R.O.C
Client/sponsor: Yang Chih-liang, Ph.D.
Jorie Wu, CPF、Jackie Chang, CPF、Tara Hsueh, CPF、Vincent Chen
All are part of CP Yen Foundation
The exhibition called “Honey, I am old- Dialogue with Time” was organized by Taiwan Active Aging Association (AAA), a new Non-Profit Organization in Taiwan. To increase the awareness of aging issues, AAA liaised with Dialogue Social Enterprise (DSE) in Germany to conduct the “Dialogue with Time “exhibition in Taiwan. Taiwan is the first country in Asia that launched this exhibition.
Dialogue with Time is an interactive exhibition, the first of its kind in the world that deals with aging from an original perspective. The guides-dialogue makers of this exhibition are aged 70 and above. They are the dialogue makers and experts in all facets of aging and act as role models.
Facilitators from CP Yen Foundation (CPFY) were the strategic partners with AAA in this project. They served as trainers for the senior dialogue makers during the training period and continued to coach and monitor the senior dialogue makers during the exhibition months. The collaboration among AAA, DSE and CPYF is international, strategic and unprecedented.
The project objective included the following:
- Empower and enable senior dialogue makers(SDM) who are over 70 years old to be qualified dialogue facilitators for “Honey, I am old- Dialogue with Time” exhibition in Taiwan,
- SDMs conduct dialogue about Happy Aging and The Art of Aging among visitors and general publics.
- Successfully create awareness of active aging for society at large
Key Results Achieved Include:
- For the Senior Dialogue Maker: There are 42 senior dialogue makers trained, and worked at the exhibition. Through training, practice and assessment they were well prepared to interact with the public and lead the inter-generational dialogue. There were over 1000 sessions with 83,300 visitors attended in the dialogue sessions.
- The feedback from audience received over 90% with high satisfaction of the whole experience.
- President and Ministers visited the exhibition and also recognized the important role of senior dialogue makers played in this educational exhibition.
- Future exhibitors from Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan visited the exhibition to seek support for training the senior dialogue makers and experiences sharing.
- More than two thirds of Taipei senior dialogue makers are willing to support next exhibition in other city of Taiwan.
- There were 155 media coverage on mass medias, and over 15 Feature Stories about the “Dialogue with Time” and the Dialogue makers. Active Aging and Aging issue had been discussed in the stories. The total media effects equal to NT$76,198,207 advertisement fee.