Re: Consensus Fallbacks
From: Unnat (Zeniinet.net.au)
Date: Tue, 5 Jan 1999 07:58:28 -0600
Thankyou, Sherri, for your observation.  I really appreciate the gritty
stories.

> When someone is blocking consensus who is not known
> for such chronic group dysfunction, I think it should always be seen as
> "legitimate," meaning, the person and the group need to engage in dialogue
> to make sure that everyone is being understood, and to create an inclusive
> solution, if that is possible

Yes, this is the guts of it.  Speak to be heard, listen to understand.
By the way, how was this tricky issue resolved?

Warmest regards
Robyn Williams
Pinakarri Community
Fremantle, Western Australia




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