Consensus (Re: Protesters Are Heroes)

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Amarcy D. Berry" <amarcyb@h...>
wrote:
Justin,

Facilitation Skills, I think, are useful in any setting, political or
not, and I would love to see us at the LPSF practice such skills. If
someone has a large living room to offer (that leaves me out,
unfortunately), or can think of a cozy coffee shop, or any other
ideas for a venue? At one time Phil Berg offered his home for a
meeting; if Phil is now feeling better and is still interested, that
might be an idea.

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Justin T. Sampson"
<justin@k...> wrote:

Marcy wrote:

> 2. The outcome of a meeting to discuss LPSF's goals as a
> political party would be to unearth a consensus, which I
> believe is lacking. Although I agree with you time would
> perhaps be better spent in an activity.

I've been meaning to mention that a couple months back I
participated in a 3-day seminar in Seattle called Dynamic
Facilitation Skills. I've been looking for opportunities to
practice facilitation, and the kind of meeting you describe
would be perfect for those skills. :slight_smile:

Here's an overview of the approach:

http://www.tobe.net/

Would anyone be interested in trying it out?

Cheers,
Justin

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Hi All,

I am wondering if we should discuss meetings and other LPSF
activities in the Activist List, not the Discussion List. I just
realized that I may have invaded Phil's privacy by mentioning his
name in the Discussion List. My apologies. Anyway, anyone
interested in Justin's proposal on the e-mails below?

Marcy

--- In lpsf-activists@yahoogroups.com, "Amarcy D. Berry"
<amarcyb@h...> wrote:

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Amarcy D. Berry"

<amarcyb@h...>

wrote:
Justin,

Facilitation Skills, I think, are useful in any setting, political

or

not, and I would love to see us at the LPSF practice such skills.

If

someone has a large living room to offer (that leaves me out,
unfortunately), or can think of a cozy coffee shop, or any other
ideas for a venue? At one time Phil Berg offered his home for a
meeting; if Phil is now feeling better and is still interested,

that

might be an idea.

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Justin T. Sampson"
<justin@k...> wrote:
> Marcy wrote:
>
> > 2. The outcome of a meeting to discuss LPSF's goals as a
> > political party would be to unearth a consensus, which I
> > believe is lacking. Although I agree with you time would
> > perhaps be better spent in an activity.
>
> I've been meaning to mention that a couple months back I
> participated in a 3-day seminar in Seattle called Dynamic
> Facilitation Skills. I've been looking for opportunities to
> practice facilitation, and the kind of meeting you describe
> would be perfect for those skills. :slight_smile:
>
> Here's an overview of the approach:
>
> http://www.tobe.net/
>
> Would anyone be interested in trying it out?
>
> Cheers,
> Justin
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