Leaders should be attentive to the different life experiences and knowledge participants bring to a group, particularly if the group spans a wide age range.
There may be some people who are reluctant to share their life experiences or articulate how they understand their personal ethics; invite them to share as they are comfortable and perhaps allow some time for them to speak in smaller groups so they can interact and deepen their experience.
Facilitate group process that invites participants to respectfully share the floor. Honor all individual contributions and questions.
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Last updated on Thursday, January 19, 2012.
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