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biopablo_cloud.fair.coop [Types of consensus]
en:orientation_area:assembly_facilitation_guide:start [2018/09/03 11:54] (current)
sporros_cloud.fair.coop [Assembly Facilitation Guide]
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   * Let's avoid repeating ideas   * Let's avoid repeating ideas
   * Let's not get off the subject we're talking about.   * Let's not get off the subject we're talking about.
-  * Let's consider [general netiquette](https://​git.fairkom.net/faircoop/​MediaCommunication/​wikis/​faircoop_chat_netiquette_english) when expressing ourselves - addressing our colleagues:+  * Let's consider [general netiquette](https://​wiki.fair.coop/en:​orientation_area:​assembly_facilitation_guide:​start#​netiquette_in_chats) when expressing ourselves - addressing our colleagues:
  
-**Constructive criticism + RESPECT**+Constructive criticism + RESPECT
  
-#​Facilitation+##​Facilitation
 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS of those who are in charge of energizing and overseeing the assemblies: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS of those who are in charge of energizing and overseeing the assemblies:
   * Open the pad minutes in advance   * Open the pad minutes in advance
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 **Positive practices in consensus building** **Positive practices in consensus building**
-  * Ability to listen ​+  ​* **Ability to listen**
 Pay attention so as to understand the other person. Avoid interrupting. In any case, ask for clarification or questions to help you understand the issue. ​ Pay attention so as to understand the other person. Avoid interrupting. In any case, ask for clarification or questions to help you understand the issue. ​
-  * Focus on solutions+  ​* **Focus on solutions**
 It is very important not just to criticize, but to suggest solutions and ideas to resolve situations and to make sure that the problem is expressed as clearly as possible before seeking solutions. ​ It is very important not just to criticize, but to suggest solutions and ideas to resolve situations and to make sure that the problem is expressed as clearly as possible before seeking solutions. ​
-  * Be open to results ​+  ​* **Be open to results**
 Try to look at the pros and cons of all ideas fairly and equally. Be open to group changes and modifications. Do not focus only on your own ideas and defend them above all else. Consensus is about making a process that leads us to reach a common agreement, not simply about convincing others. ​ Try to look at the pros and cons of all ideas fairly and equally. Be open to group changes and modifications. Do not focus only on your own ideas and defend them above all else. Consensus is about making a process that leads us to reach a common agreement, not simply about convincing others. ​
-  * Be concise+  ​* **Be concise**
 Think about what you are going to say before you say it and be brief. Do not mix; do not repeat what other people have already said. DEMOCRATIC USE OF SPEAKING TIME. Think about what you are going to say before you say it and be brief. Do not mix; do not repeat what other people have already said. DEMOCRATIC USE OF SPEAKING TIME.
-  * Be patient ​+  ​* **Be patient**
 Some people may need more time or information than others to understand or assimilate. Consensus is NOT a rapid decision-making process. We must be prepared to make the time available that is needed. Some people may need more time or information than others to understand or assimilate. Consensus is NOT a rapid decision-making process. We must be prepared to make the time available that is needed.
 The Forum could be a space for discussion of a topic that requires more time in order to achieve consensus. The Forum could be a space for discussion of a topic that requires more time in order to achieve consensus.
-  * Be humble+  ​* **Be humble**
 Be willing to accept what the group can teach us, even if we are experts in what we are dealing with. Be willing to accept what the group can teach us, even if we are experts in what we are dealing with.
-  * Recognize one's feelings and share them when necessary ​+  ​* **Recognize one's feelings and share them when necessary**
 Express if we feel unhappy or uncomfortable and try to identify the causes. ​ Express if we feel unhappy or uncomfortable and try to identify the causes. ​
-  * Have a vision of the future ​+  ​* **Have a vision of the future**
 Many decisions and proposals serve to help us gain experience in things we have never done before. If they don't work, they can be changed after a while. ​ Many decisions and proposals serve to help us gain experience in things we have never done before. If they don't work, they can be changed after a while. ​
-  * Knowing when a decision made should be left behind+  ​* **Knowing when a decision made should be left behind**
 The group can change decisions made after a while. Clinging to small details does not help: we have to let the decisions run their course and then check whether they need to be changed. ​ The group can change decisions made after a while. Clinging to small details does not help: we have to let the decisions run their course and then check whether they need to be changed. ​
-  * Give reasons for the way of thinking+  ​* **Give reasons for the way of thinking**
 When we express an opinion, provide the reasons that lead us to think that way (so we can provide valuable information). And we must also be open to questions and comments about our own opinions. When we express an opinion, provide the reasons that lead us to think that way (so we can provide valuable information). And we must also be open to questions and comments about our own opinions.
-  * Intervening to help the group+  ​* **Intervening to help the group**
 Even if you are not the moderator, if you notice that something is not right, tell the group what you perceive is happening. For example: "It seems that when we start to deal with this issue, I perceive that there are some angry reactions. Is there anyone who can see things in the same way as me? Can we address this to see what's behind it?" Even if you are not the moderator, if you notice that something is not right, tell the group what you perceive is happening. For example: "It seems that when we start to deal with this issue, I perceive that there are some angry reactions. Is there anyone who can see things in the same way as me? Can we address this to see what's behind it?"
-  * Preparing the work +  ​* **Preparing the work** 
-Be actively involved in the research. Set up the meeting. Reflect on what will be discussed. Read carefully everything that has been given and reflect on it before the meeting. ​ +Be actively involved in the research. Set up the meeting. Reflect on what will be discussed. Read carefully everything that has been given and reflect on it before the meeting.
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 ##​Netiquette in chats ##​Netiquette in chats