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Jim Morrison column: Facilitators face different kinds of problems

8:38 PM, Mar. 17, 2013
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Just a final thought on the side conversation problem discussed last month. If a facilitator happens to be standing - to maybe use a chart or something - just moving closer to the side conversation will make the talkers likely take notice of the proximity. The facilitator may have to get extremely close but it avoids having to say something.

Facilitators have a role similar to a family. It is OK for siblings to pick on each other, but when an outsider tries it, the ranks are closed and they all turn against the outsider. If the facilitator is an outsider, he or she must walk that fine line between ...

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