Techniques for problem solving in meetings.
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The attached guide was created by the NASCO Inclusion Committee as a tool for facilitating caucuses and working groups at NASCO Institute.
A decision-making process that many co-ops use is consensus. Consensus is a process of building united judgment whose purpose is not to avoid conflict but to bring out all opinions and perspectives. Each position has a responsibility to present facts and perceptions which are not being considered, to explain her or his position clearly and rationally, and to question the other positions so as to reach full understanding of their positions.
“It is time to stop looking at governance as a ‘problem to be solved,’ and instead see governance as an ‘opportunity to change the world.’ ” - Hildy Gottlieb
A packet of resources to help facilitate conflict resolution in your co-op.
A guide to making your committee a productive part of your co-op
A brief guide to the designated roles of members at group meetings.
Make your meetings, workshops, and orientations more fun!
Information on running effective committees