Being Applying Reflecting Experience Sharing and Conversation Process and Reflection Generalise Knowledge Application
Who We Are (Character) What We Do (Culture and Behaviour) What We Are About (Principles) How We Decide What’s Right (Perception)
1. Time Out! 2. How Do We Feel? 3. What Are We Afraid Of? 4. Who’s Involved? 5. What Do We Know? 6. Have We Perceived Generously? 7. What Are Our Motives and Intentions? 8. What Sort Of Dilemma Is This? 9. Are We Being Solution Focused? 10. Is Our Decision Safe, Fair & Constructive?
Rules – What Are The Rules? Integrity – How Do Our Principles Guide Us? Good – Who Would Benefit And How? Harm – Who Will Be Harmed And How? Truth – Are We Being Honest And Responsible?
How would we feel in their shoes? How can we act with compassion? What would build trust and respect? What would be most useful? What would stand the test of time? Have we the courage to do what’s right? What can we learn from this dilemma?
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