Oops, forgot to include "how to tune in" info for email to Coho-L re Webchat - here's corrected version
From: Diana Christian (dianaic.org)
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 05:06:35 -0700 (PDT)
> Hello,
>       I’m doing a Webchat through Coho/US soon, on Monday, April 29:
>        Four Kinds of Especially Challenging People in Community — How to 
> Better Understand and Work with These Community Neighbors Effectively
>       There’s no charge. The time is 5pm Pacific, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, 
> and 8pm Eastern. The WebChat will be recorded and available to watch later on 
> the Coho/US website.
>        If you join in the live session on Monday the 29th you’ll be able to 
> ask questions, and given enough time, share your ideas about this topic too.
>       I will focus mostly on what I see as the most disruptive community 
> behavior, and touch more  briefly on the other three kinds too.
>       I’ll share six relatively simple things anyone can do, and one thing a 
> group of neighbors can do together, in order to be less affected by the 
> person’s behavior. And to experience more peace of mind and safety when 
> interacting with the person. I’ll also talk about one thing the whole 
> community can do to create more peace of mind and safety in meetings as well.
>       I’ll provide handouts and some graphics.

          Here’s how to tune in: Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/202941610 
            If you aren’t able to use the zoom link, you could use iPhone 
one-tap :US: +16465588656,,202941610# or +16699006833,,202941610#
           Or call fromyour telephone (andor higher quality, dial a number 
based on your current location): US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 669 900 6833
           The Webchat Meeting ID: 202 941 610
>       My background for this topic comes from my work as a community 
> consultant, and workshop, webinar, and conference presenter for cohousing and 
> other kinds of intentional communities. I’m the author of Creating a Life 
> Together: Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillages and Other Intentional 
> Communities. I’ll be doing workshops at the upcoming Coho/US National 
> Cohousing Conference too. I’ve lived in community for 15 years. Although it’s 
> not cohousing — but the interpersonal issues are the same! 
>       All good wishes,
>       Diana Leafe Christian

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