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Priscilla did a nice job of introducing series II and sharing how it links to series I. This is important moving from one series to another and from skill to skill.
Use the power point slides to facilitate more conversation and ask questions rather than lecturing. Information sharing is great and it is necessary to allow folks to come to their own conclusions, but at times you spent too much time delivering information and guiding people to conclusions.
This group has already done the activity, with a group that has never done it before, it will need a bit more explanation. The role model of the activity done by you and Teresa was very helpful.
You are a very warm person and that is evident to the group. You seem to appreciate all the varied points of view from the group and that makes you appear very approachable to the participants.
Introducing the participants to a new resource was helpful - the journal of compassionate healthcare.
The information you shared was very good. As you become more familiar with the information it may not be necessary to read from your notes so much. You want to make connections with the participants.
Allow for silence. When you ask a question, don't be afraid to let it sit with the participants for a moment; many may need some time to process what you asked.
Try to avoid leading questions and statements. For example, in some of your statements and questions you seemed to assume that all people are opposed to bias. Perhaps there were some who think bias is a good thing. We want to be sure these people have an opportunity to express their thoughts in a safe way.