Making these decisions as a group is much more powerful than when a moderator sets „rules“ that everyone must follow. In addition, it is much more likely that people will respect and implement an agreement to which they have contributed. It`s going to make your job as a moderator a lot easier. In case of problems or conflicts, you can use this agreement (for example.B. we all agreed at the beginning that it is better for only one person to speak at the same time…). Reaching consensus (in the sense that not everyone should agree with all standards, but should be able to support them and live with them) Whatever tools we use, we want to make agreements in which people need to learn what they need together in the most open and safe way possible. Operational agreements identify the procedures or structures that we all agree on (e.g.B. a trial observer for each meeting). Whether you start with a list of suggestions or ask a group to make their own deals, you`ll find what works for the group. And if I am a participant, here are some guidelines that I could personally propose to create the conditions for good cooperation. Take the time to define what a Community agreement means.
Change this definition so useful: relational community agreements refer to how we want to be related to each other (e.g.B. Telling your truth, being present). Finally, you need to check if they agree on all points of the whole group. Developing community agreements is a powerful strategy for grouping a group into a single team. The process of building agreements is often more important than the product. Agreements are the result of a consensual process to identify what each person in the group needs each other and mutually commits to feeling safe, supported, open and confident. As such, they provide a common framework for how people want to work together and be together when taking transformative action. Here are some tips for developing community agreements. Group Policies/Community Agreements can be developed with stories of clarity and understanding.
Group Policies/Community Agreements/Safer Space-Richtlinien are established by and for group members who share a particular space, i.e. Executive Committee/Board of Directors, Subcommittees, Community Meetings/Events. Other opportunities to reach group agreements may be better suited to shorter meetings or workshops or to groups that do not deal with emotional or controversial topics. These include: ** This is not an exhaustive directive and should serve as an example, proposal and/or springboard for a more robust, sustainable and relevant directive, developed by individuals, groups or organisations who wish to use it as a starting point for the development of safer spatial guidelines/community agreements/group policies that meet their specific needs. . . .