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If you'd like to refer to the Prezi presentations I used, you'll find them below.
2017-01-31 Intercultural Fluency for Libraries, Faculty and Staff
2017-01-31 Fostering Thriving Environments for Facilitating Courageous
The following is a list of commonly used "ground rules" used to ensure that all participants feel respected, included and able to freely contribute in a facilitated workshop, dialogue and/or courageous or difficult conversation:
- Listen, and give each other adequate space to speak.
- Participate fully (assume people want to hear you).
- No one owns a monopoly on the truth.
- Challenge yourself (find that place between comfort and discomfort)
- Challenge each other respectfully: ask questions, refrain from personal attacks. Focus on ideas, perspectives and not people.
- Speak from your own experience instead of generalizing ("I" instead of "they," "we," and "you").
- Not about winning or losing. We are all here to learn.
- The goal is not to agree: it is to gain a deeper understanding.
- Be conscientious about non-verbal cues (your body language).
Participants are encouraged to provide their own suggestions before the above are offered. Participants are also welcomed add to this list when needed.