The principles of co-development are simple:
This kind of approach is not easy to facilitate, it requires a thorough experience of group dynamics.
An example of a co-development workshop: each team-member takes turns to present the essential problem they are facing at the time to the others. They then go into a purely “receptive” mode and benefit from the suggestions and views provided by each of the other team-members. This is an excellent means of working on active listening and the activation of collective intelligence, everyone contributes including those who are not directly related with the problem.