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Sandy and her co-facilitators did a great job of this from moment one. She was welcoming, warm, open, and friendly.
Great presence with the group.
The slides were used in a very appropriate manner to help facilitate conversation and keep the session moving the way it was intended. The slides were used to enhance dialogue and conversation and help participants understand the concepts by putting words and pictures together for greater understanding.
You are authentic and that shines through in your facilitation. This also helps others feel like they can be authentically themselves.
Great linkages to comments made by other participants and to material from previous skills (in particular, grounding, tracking and resourcing) when the bias conversation turned to how dysregulating discovering our biases can be.
Wonderful addition of the Paul Farmer quote to share with the group.
Excellent work turning to the group and fellow facilitators for dealing with feedback for a difficult question.
Try to ask questions to start a section rather than starting with a definition or what is on the slide. We want folks to come to their own conclusions about the material. Safe (and welcoming) spaces are also created when participants are invited to share their thoughts at the introduction of each new concept. Overall, this was accomplished and there were places participants could have been better engaged in the introduction of new slides/concepts.
Ask questions of the participants to help draw out their thoughts and impressions.
When working with a partner try to have a bit more cohesion. This may also come with practice and/or a steady "partner" with whom you facilitate.