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Consensus is… Consensus is finding an acceptable proposal that all members can support.
Consensus is not… A unanimous vote A majority vote Everyone 100% satisfied
Consensus requires… Time Active participation by all Good listening and communication skills by all Open-mindedness Creative thinking
How to Build Consensus STEP 1 1. Brainstorm, using one of the following techniques: –Free style –Post-it –Graffiti
How to Build Consensus STEP 2 2. Clarify and rank ideas by: –Multi-voting
Don’t Forget! Consensus is finding an acceptable proposal that all members can support.
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