|Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Stuart Staniford-Chen (stuartslandau.ucdavis.edu)|
|Date: Wed, 4 May 94 14:42 CDT|
I have definitely found that I take a bigger and more constructive role in meetings at work because of the skills I have acquired in community meetings. Generally, I now find meetings in other settings to be incredibly poorly organized and run compared to what I am used to at home - even where the participants are people who sit in or run meetings all the time. There must be exceptions I'm sure, where meetings in traditional settings work well. Having said that, in looking at how many of one's neighbours have leadership roles, one should probably remember that people who are attracted to cohousing and willing to put the time into a long process are probably not average people to begin with. Stuart Staniford-Chen N-St. Cohousing.
Cohousing and the future: training leaders Fred H Olson WB0YQM, May 4 1994
- Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders Martin Schafer, May 4 1994
- Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders Stuart Staniford-Chen, May 4 1994
- Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders Kevin Wolf, May 5 1994
- Re: Cohousing and the future: training leaders John Willson, May 5 1994
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